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Provost Vodde Responds to Enrollment Article

Dear Editor, It was a pleasure meeting you and I wanted to advise you that I had the opportunity to read your article entitled Enrollments Numbers Down in the October 6, 2016, issue of the Equinox. I appreciate your attention to such matters of importance regarding our University. […]

Editor’s Desk – No Lack of Resources at FDU

Melanie Perez, editor-in-chief There are many things about FDU that I think could be a lot better organized or of better quality, such as Gourmet Dining’s food, inter-departmental communication, and on-campus parking – all of which could fill multiple editorials. But there are a few things that FDU […]

Panel Discussion on Women in Politics

By Armand Butera Entertainment Editor & Staff Writer (TEANECK) – With the possibility of the nation electing the first female President of the United States not even, a month away, it is fitting that the event Women in Politics was held at Fairleigh Dickinson University. The discussion, moderated […]

FDU Responds to Water Problem

In the last issue of The Equinox, an article on the water quality on campus was run. The following is an update sent to the campus community on Oct. 17 from Provost Vodde on the status of water fixtures on campus.  The water shut-off has already occured. The […]

The Final Presidential Debates of the 2016 Election

By Reginald Tauscher Staff Writer Washington University, in St. Louis, Missouri, hosted the second Presidential Debate on Oct. 9, 2016. The moderators were Martha Raddatz and Anderson Cooper. The audience asked both candidates questions in a town hall format. Both candidates had two minutes to respond questions. Modeling […]