By Johnathan Miller Special Correspondent The 2020 presidential election is headed to uncertain territory when it comes to the debates. The first hugely anticipated meeting — with some 100 million viewers expected to view — is tonight, Sept. 29, between President Donald Trump and former Vice President and […]
By Anthony Covino Sports Editor FDU lost its second game in a row, this time to the LIU Sharks 84-70 on Saturday, January 11. FDU falls to 3-12 on the season with a 1-3 record in the NEC, while LIU improves to 7-9 with a 2-1 record in […]
Constitution Day celebrated on Monday, Sept. 17, as a national holiday, has a long and winding history. The holiday marks the day when 39 delegates to the Constitutional Convention signed the United States Constitution in 1787. While the holiday celebrates the creation of the 231-year-old document, Constitution Day […]
Jane “Tinker” Foderaro 1933 – 2017 Jane Foderaro, or as she was known at FDU, “Tinker,” passed away in her home on Aug. 2 at the age of 84. She was a professor of journalism and advisor for The Equinox, after reporting stints at The Daily Register and […]
FDU Alumnus Edy Semaan, pictured at the United Nations on Saturday Aug. 12, where he spoke on behalf of his organization Global Young Voices.