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Recent Shootings in the US

By Reginald Tauscher (TEANECK) – Recent shootings between police and civilians have risen around the country this past month.  The first of which was Sept. 14, with the shooting of a teenager in Columbus, OH who was holding a BB gun, according to The New York Times. Police […]

Enrollment Numbers Down

By Tyler Williams (TEANECK) – Enrollment of freshman and transfer students at FDU’s Metro campus declined by 221 – from 873 to 652 – students in the past year, according to FDU’s enrollment records. “We are in a transition; there have been a lot of changes in leadership,” […]

University Provost Shatters Glass Ceiling

By Daniel Clarke (TEANECK) – Dr. Gillian Small was appointed university provost and senior vice president for academic affairs on Aug. 1. She made it through an extensive search involving a number of selection committees and interviews with faculty, staff and students. She now holds the university’s second-highest […]

Is FDU’s Water Safe?

Disconnected fountains, warning signs on taps and continued testing raise questions about FDU’s water supply By Theresa King (TEANECK) – Unplugged water fountains with hand-written “Out of Order” signs. Sinks with permanent plastic signs warning not to drink the water. Water testing in academic buildings, dormitories and food […]