FDU Students Give Back With Campus Food Pantry

By Naniyah McClain Student Lifestyle Editor Two years ago, the Inter-Greek Council came to the Office of Student Life to initiate the Knights Care Food Pantry on the Metropolitan Campus.  The pantry operated in a way that students could anonymously take items without any questions or oversight. It […]

Greek Life Still a Social Affair Even in Virtual Times

By John Mineses Staff Writer FDU’s fraternities and sororities continue to prove their bonds are stronger than ever by delivering great virtual experiences while looking ahead to in-person Greek events for the upcoming school year.  The coronavirus pandemic and the protocols that have all but closed the Metro […]

EDITOR’S NEWSLETTER: What Will Fall 2021 Bring?

By Elizabeth Scalzo Editor-in-Chief The spring 2021 semester is coming to a close fast, but there are many questions that are up in the air regarding fall 2021.  FDU announced there is a plan to resume mostly in-person operations and a requirement for student vaccinations prior to the […]

What Should I Do With My Stimulus Check?

By Brody Smith Guest Writer As the third round of stimulus makes its way to Americans the question remains, what to do with it? For the few college students receiving a check spend it wisely because $1400 can only get you so far. That being said, I’d like […]

Greek Life Grows in Virtual Recruiting

By Jhoana T. Merino-Martinez  News Editor  The 2021 Greek Life recruitment season ended April 10, so how does it compare with the years prior?  When FDU shifted to remote instruction in mid-March 2020, all campus activities were cancelled in accordance with coronavirus protocols. As a result,Greek life traditions, […]