Category: News

Student Struck on River Road

By Melanie Perez Editor-in-Chief (TEANECK) – A graduate computer engineering student was struck by a car on Jan. 25 in the same River Road crosswalk that claimed the life of recent FDU graduate Weiqi Wang on Nov. 21. Daniel Clarke, an editor for The Equinox, was in the crosswalk […]

Women March Around the Country

By Melanie Perez Editor-in-Chief (TEANECK) – Members of the FDU community joined the millions of people gathered in major cities of the world for the Women’s March on Jan. 21. Dr. Janet Boyd, the director of the School of Humanities and an associate professor of English, gained media […]

Dean Mills Dishes on Retirement

By Theresa King Managing Editor (TEANECK) – The university community will bid farewell to University College Dean Patti Mills in August after almost nine years of serving the position. Dr. Patti Mills came to FDU in Sept. 2008 after holding academic and administrative positions in the Pennsylvania State […]

Editor Wins Presigious Internship

The managing editor of The Equinox, Theresa King, was awarded a spot in the New Jersey Press Foundation’s Jules L. Plangere paid summer 2017 internship program –  one of the most coveted programs of young journalists.  After an evaluation of writing samples, a letter of recommendation and writing […]

Trump on Higher Education

By Elizabeth White News Editor (TEANECK) – President Trump’s stance on higher education may come as a good surprise to American college students, although Trump had less to say about college education when compared to Hillary Clinton. Most of his website is dedicated to k-12 education but he […]