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Jamaica’s Olympic bobsled driver was born in Pequannock; grew up in Wayne

BY DAN POPOLOSKI — To find the most intriguing Olympian from North Jersey this winter, one needs to look beyond Team USA’s own roster. Instead, the best place to look would be in Jamaica, where Jazmine Fenlator is steering a sled into Pyeongchang. Fenlator, who was born in Pequannock and raised in Wayne, qualified with … Continue reading

New Year’s resolutions easily made are frequently gone in six weeks

New Year’s resolutions easily made are frequently gone in six weeks

BY CHADEIRA MOORE– It’s been four weeks since a majority of people chanted “New Year, New Me” on multiple occasions, tweeted the same “may-this-year-be-good-to-me” post, and created an endless list of resolutions to accomplish within a 12-month span. Although New Year’s goals can be motivating, the end-of-the-year results are not. Approximately 80 percent of resolutions … Continue reading

Campus News / Entertainment / Features

Gore Urges Students to Work Together in Fight Against Global Warming

BY NATE ORBE – Former Vice President Al Gore believes students are an essential part of the plan to prevent climate change. In his latest event he equipped students with resources to begin their efforts. Gore connected with students nation-wide on Thursday in a streaming event for his new film “An Inconvenient Sequel.” Colleges and … Continue reading

Campus News / Features

WWI Gallery Hits William Paterson

The voices of students mingling permeated the South Gallery of the Ben Shahn Center for Visual Arts last Wednesday. Three American flags draped elegantly from the ceiling. Guitar music played softly throughout the space where a new exhibit, For Home and Country, was on display. Students and faculty alike walked the gallery admiring original propaganda posters from World War I. Calls to action such as … Continue reading