FDU Greeks Speak Out Against Racism

By Nancy Sanchez-Diaz Entertainment Editor  FDU mainstream Greek organizations are taking a stand against racism following civil unrest in the nation this summer. Nationally, the campus Greek movement is seeing a pushback not seen since the anti-establishment days of the 1960s. According to The New York Times, there […]

Cedar Lane’s Home of the $5 Matinee

By Nancy Sanchez-Diaz Entertainment Editor  When COVID-19 broke out in March, large entertainment venues like movie theaters were some of the first businesses to close and now are one of the last to reopen in September. With an unpredictable Hollywood release schedule, the challenge for a movie theater […]

EDITOR’S NOTE: We Remember 9/11

By Elizabeth Scalzo Editor-in-Chief As I sit in reflection today of the events that occurred on Sept. 11, 2001, I am astonished that FDU did not plan anything on campus. “FDU has annually held on-campus ceremonies to pay tribute to those who lost their lives on 9/11. This […]