Hurricane Ida Slams FDU

By Amaya Morales Managing Editor The remnants of Hurricane Ida caused FDU students to scramble to safety as New Jersey got hit with high winds and torrential rain late Wednesday night. Rain flooded northern New Jersey, triggering a state of emergency as declared by Gov. Phil Murphy. “Got […]

EDITOR’S NEWSLETTER: Welcome Back!

By Elizabeth Scalzo Editor-in-Chief After a summer off, I would like to welcome you back to campus. Or, if you are a freshman, or a sophomore who never got a chance to move in last year, welcome to campus.  This summer was nice, but there is nothing like […]

Day in Life in Ramadan During the Pandemic

Like how many things have changed, Ramadan was bound to differ in a pandemic. To shed light on how this traditional period shifted, FDU student Ayah Ibrahim created a short video for her Digital Storytelling class that encapsulates the spirit of Ramadan and adaptation in a year like […]

Experts Suggest Changes Could Elevate Comm at FDU

By Elizabeth Scalzo and Jen Malti Editor-in-Chief  and Assistant Sports Editor FDU Metropolitan Campus could benefit from innovative changes in the communication department, experts say. These changes could boost enrollment and help the university sharpen its competitive edge to compete with larger institutions in New Jersey. The Equinox […]

Part 4: It Takes a Vision to Restructure, Rethink Metro Comm

By Elizabeth Scalzo and Jen Malti  Editor-in-Chief and Assistant Sports Editor  Fairleigh Dickinson University is working through a broad restructuring that was announced in 2018. That ongoing change, the pause in freshman admission for the Metropolitan Campus communication program, announced in February, and the challenges of COVID-19 have […]