How to Get Through Finals

By Kayla Macaalay Guest Writer Final exams are fast approaching, and let’s face it: this is the most painful time for all of us. But this is not the time to slack off. Here are some useful tips for finals week: 1. Know the content and format of […]

Students Plead for Gourmet Dining Replacement

By John Fruhman, Evan Ochner, Laura Atehortua & Gritt Broening Guest Writers In response to the informative article by Theresa King in the March Equinox “FDU Food Services: Separate and Unequal,” four students from the Metropolitan Campus have created a proposal with the purpose to replace Gourmet Dining, […]

U.K. Economy Mixed After Brexit

Pound Falls, but Prime Minister May Encourages Optimism By Mariuxi Mans eld Staff Writer It has been ten months since the referendum where the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union and many economists forecasted a major economic shock for the U.K. economy. “There were predictions about […]

Dr. Cohen Takes the Reins of University College

Veteran FDU Faculty Member Hopes to Be Effective in University College Interim Dean Position By Elizabeth White News Editor Dr. Vicki Cohen, the current director of the Peter Sammartino School of Education, will be the interim University College Dean for the 2017-2018 academic school year. She explained that […]

‘Dry’ vs. ‘Wet’

By Theresa King Managing Editor (TEANECK) – The Metro campus touts itself as a dry campus, where possessing or consuming alcohol is prohibited on university property – even if the student is 21. But FDU’s other New Jersey location, Florham, is a wet campus, complete with an on-campus […]