Category: Student Lifestyle

Snow Brings a Break … With a Price

By Aishwarya Gandotra Special to The Equinox Snow days are what every child hopes for during the winter season besides Christmas. The night before a big storm, they wish to wake up to a recorded call from their school, cancelling any activities for the next day. For college […]

Closing Alerts Cut It Close for Commuters

By Nicole Fuchs Special to The Equinox The first snowfall of the season on Sunday evening and Monday had FDU Metro commuting students depending on the university’s weather alert system, which broadcasts information in severe weather. Monday’s closing was announced at 5:18 a.m., via email.  For Metro’s 6,000-plus […]

Resident Students Fill a Snow Day

By Cindy (Binh) Nguyen Layout & Design Editor FDU Metro campus was closed Monday due to heavy snow and rain. The first snow of the season gave students at FDU another day off after an extended Thanksgiving holiday break. “All day and evening classes, and activities, have been […]

Interview with Nicole Shaw-Provillon (Kurly Kurtosh)

By Jhoana T. Merino-Martinez Staff Writer The Equinox interviewed Nicole Shaw-Provillon, the Founder and Co-Owner of “Kurly Kürtősh®”, a boutique dessert caterer specializing in authentic Hungarian chimney cakes. Chimney cakes (also known as kürtőskalács ) is a pastry with a soft and fluffy inside and a crispy outside (a […]

Commuter Wheel

This is a visualization of the database with communities, number of students (>9) and the average distance traveled to get to the FDU Metropolitan Campus, from Egg Harbor Township to Bogota.