A Conversation with Dr. Ben Freer

By Chris Madden Dr. Benjamin Freer is a familiar figure among veteran psychology majors. His good-natured, sunny personality has made subjects such as Experimental Psychology exciting and lively, yet still coupled with insightful information. As a researcher, mentor and teacher, Freer has guided many students on the path […]

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 […]

FDU Women Clinch Two More Titles

By Rebecca Fischer (TEANECK) – On Sunday, April 24, both the women’s tennis team and the women’s golf team brought home Northeast Conference Championship titles, bringing FDU’s tally to a total of four NEC Championships so far this year. The tennis team’s championship against the Bryant Bulldogs was […]

FDU Named Hispanic-Serving Institution

By Elizabeth White (TEANECK) – FDU was recently named a Hispanic serving institution. This accreditation is because of the programs in place that aim to improve Latino success. FDU’s Metro campus is 30.1 percent Hispanic, according to the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment. FDU has a high […]