By Justin Rimpi Sports Editor The NCAA men’s basketball Final Four and national championship game will take place Saturday and Monday, respectively, at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. On April 8, a champion will be crowned and the 2018-2019 college basketball will officially come to a close. The matchups in the Final Four: (5) Auburn vs. (1) Virginia (Saturday, 6:09 p.m., CBS) (3) Texas Tech … Continue reading Who Will Advance in Final Four?
By Elizabeth Scalzo Staff Writer “Five Feet Apart” came out Friday March 15, and has since has left audiences weeping at the beautiful, but tragic love story. The movie stars Haley Lu Richardson and Cole Sprouse playing the roles of the main characters Stella and Will. Stella and Will are both diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, which means they both must stay six feet apart at … Continue reading ‘Five Feet Apart’ Leaves Audiences in Tears
Periodically Speaking – News from Giovatto Library Kathy Stein-Smith, Associate University Librarian and Director of Public Services, Giovatto Library Giovatto Library featured on the cover of the April 2018 issue of Choice Magazine http://www.ala.org/acrl/choice/magazine Coming Soon! Wroxton Tea and Interest Meeting Wednesday, March 27th at 2 PM Library Open Early — @ 9 AM Sunday, April 7th Celebration of FDU Authors and Artists Tuesday, April … Continue reading Periodically Speaking
By Samantha Hart Staff Writer Married at 16. Dropped out of high school. “I never went to college, and it was the biggest mistake of my life,” said Aida Kolenovic, a Gourmet Dining employee who works in the Dickinson Café. “But I don’t regret anything.” Kolenovic knows the ins and outs of this on-campus restaurant. She knows exactly how to make each Starbucks drink and … Continue reading Dickinson Café Employee Keeps Knights Close to Heart