Category: News

Hotel Caps Capuano’s Plans

by Theresa King & Daniel Clarke Managing Editor & Senior Reporter In a memo emailed to the university community on Monday, President Capuano said plans for expanded hospitality programs and a new student center are moving forward. Expanded plans for the new student center include an education wing […]

FDU Officials Talking Honors College

By Elizabeth White News Editor There might be an Honors College. Or not. The first public mention of the creation of an Honors College at FDU came on March 3 at the FDU Honors Admissions Luncheon in the Rutherford Room of the SUB. “I am very encouraged with […]

Equinox Wins State Awards for Third Year

For the third year in a row, The Equinox has won multiple awards in the New Jersey Press Foundation’s College Newspaper Contest. Editor-in-Chief Melanie Perez won second place in the Column/Opinion Writing category for her editorial on academic advising, entitled “Broken Advisement Harms Students’ Futures.” Managing Editor Theresa […]

Press Secretary’s Exclusive Gaggle

By Daniel Clarke Opinion Editor After a New York Times article about an investigation into the Trump campaign aides’ contacts with Russia citing a number of anonymous sources was published, Sean Spicer held an audio-only gaggle on Friday that did not allow access to a number of well-known […]

Trustees to Vote on Zero-Based Budget

By Elizabeth White News Editor The Board of Trustees will present their case for a zero-based budget for the next fiscal year at their meeting in June. It will then be officially decided if FDU will adopt this new budget university-wide, although it is not expected to affect […]