Category: Opinion

What Can Polls Prove?

By Armand Butera The American public, and the world at large, has been standing in the eye of a violent political storm for some time. The 2016 Presidential Race has been anything but uneventful in the eyes of the media and the 24-hour news cycle. Yet just like […]

SGA President’s Corner

By Melanie K. Arokiaswamy I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself as your Student Government Association President of your 2016 and 2017 academic year.  I’d also like to introduce the new SGA respectively. My name is Melanie K. Arokiaswamy and I am from central Jersey, I […]

Editor’s Desk – “It’s Alive!”

By Melanie Perez As some of our readers may know, the 2015-16 academic year ended in turmoil and controversy for The Equinox, culminating in the loss of our funding from Student Life.  In our last issue, we reported the end of The Equinox. After a long process of […]

Students Speak Out On Advising

By Melanie Perez The graduation rate in 2009 within six years for first-time, full-time freshmen was 52.8%, according to statistics provided on the FDU website. The rest transferred out, graduated after six years, got their Associate’s degree only, or dropped out completely. Many factors play into why a […]