Category: News

Prof Pushes Political CORE Course

By Daniel Clarke Opinion Editor (TEANECK) – The November election results triggered responses from President Capuano and, later, Provost Vodde, soliciting the campus community to come together and tackle the challenges of mending our divided community. Two weeks later, FDU economics and finance Professor Dr. Adam Kessler asked […]

DeVos Confirmation

By Elizabeth White Senior Reporter After a close vote, the Senate confirmed Betsy DeVos as Education Secretary on Feb. 7, according to an article in NPR. Fifty out of fifty-two Republican senators voted for DeVos. Two Republican senators, Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, voted […]

Q & A with Petrocelli Dean

By Mariuxi Mansfield Staff Writer What are some major aspects of your job as dean? Managing programs, growing enrollment, helping students, mentoring faculty.   What did you see in FDU that you made the decision to work with the Adult Learning Program? It was the non-traditional, and therefore […]

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 […]