Men’s Soccer Improves to 4-2 on the Season, Defeating NJIT, 2-1

By Anthony Covino Sports Editor The FDU men’s soccer team defeated NJIT 2-1 at home on Tuesday night to improve to 4-2 on the season.  NJIT falls to 2-1-3 on the season. The first half saw both teams taking shots on goal, but both sides were unable to convert any opportunities. The score at halftime was 0-0. Going into the second half, FDU scored the first … Continue reading Men’s Soccer Improves to 4-2 on the Season, Defeating NJIT, 2-1

Can FDU, Surrounding Communites Stave Off End of the World?

By Samantha Hart Staff Writer The Earth is dying. And it’s all our fault. It’s a common topic, especially in FDU’s area of New Jersey being so close to New York City, which is notorious for its high levels of pollution. Many assume that this climate crisis we’re a part of means it’s the end – if you will – and that nothing but more … Continue reading Can FDU, Surrounding Communites Stave Off End of the World?

Hackensack Bridge Links Campus, Divides Opinions

Special to The Equinox The footbridge linking the Teaneck and Hackensack portions of the Fairleigh Dickinson Metro Campus is in the final stages of a reconstruction that was started at the end of Spring semester 2019. The design of the work, which opened to pedestrians on the first Tuesday of the semester, is receiving mixed reviews from the FDU community. “I thought the bridge was … Continue reading Hackensack Bridge Links Campus, Divides Opinions

FDU Enters into Collegiate Climate Collaboration Across N.J.

By The Equinox Staff The Equinox joins a select group of New Jersey college newspapers to collaborate on the issue of climate change organized by the Center for Collaborative Media at Montclair State University, as part of the New Jersey College News Commons (NJCNC). The members of the Equinox that attended a launch event were editor-in-chief Admir Durakovic, managing editor Justin Rimpi, opinion editor Patrica … Continue reading FDU Enters into Collegiate Climate Collaboration Across N.J.

Hong Kong and the Price for Freedom

By Cindy (Binh) Nguyen Layout & Design Editor On September 6, masked pro-democracy protesters returned to the streets of Hong Kong. They vandalized several subway stops, set fires and some targeted laser pointers at police officers. Four of the demonstrators were attacked by riot officers using batons and pepper spray. Even after Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced on Sept. 4 that she would … Continue reading Hong Kong and the Price for Freedom