FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK
The start of a new semester brings the promise of new opportunities, something The Equinox has always valued. The staff felt it appropriate to reveal a new and improved Equinox this year, one which takes a more modern approach to distributing news. In addition to that, we are proud to showcase our refreshing new design.
But while our look has changed, our values have not.
The Equinox is still wholeheartedly committed to providing the Metropolitan Campus with the news it needs to know, wants to know and the news that matters.
In doing so, we have been working diligently in training our new members to deliver material that is factual, accurate and enlightening. We appreciate new voices being added to our publication – voices that speak for the community that we proudly have on campus. As always, we welcome any readers interested in working for The Equinox to our weekly staff meetings every Monday at 4 p.m. in the basement of the Student Union Building.
A mere two weeks into the new academic year has provided the campus with various changes. Already there has been the announcement of new Dean of Students Vidal Lopez and the grand reopening of Riverside Cafe, formerly known as Jeepers Cafe. It’s only a matter of time until the campus witnesses more exciting developments.
Of course, with these changes comes the need for good reporting, which is something The Equinox prides itself on doing and will continue to do.
Categories: Campus & Community