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Carbon Cost of Commuting

By Admir Durakovic Editor-in-Chief What is the cost of carbon commuting? The Equinox — along with Professor Mo Krochmal’s fall semester news writing class, Stephen Sterling from nj.com, data from the FDU campus executive and the NJCNC (New Jersey College News Commons) — did the math. The Equinox requested and received a database from the campus executive’s office, detailing commuters and residents from this year‘s … Continue reading Carbon Cost of Commuting

FDU Shocks Robert Morris on Last-Second Tip

By Anthony Covino Sports Editor  FDU secured the most important win of this season, defeating Northeast Conference rival Robert Morris 72-71 in a thriller on Saturday. The Knights snapped the Colonials’ six-game streak with this away win. Bishop muscled the crucial tip-in with less than 2 seconds left to give the Knights the lead.  “We have it on the board for every game — ‘every … Continue reading FDU Shocks Robert Morris on Last-Second Tip

FDU Breaks Three Point Record in 106-73 win Over Wagner

By Anthony Covino Sports Editor  FDU beat Wagner 106-73 in a blowout win setting a new record for made three pointers in a game with 16. They also recorded 26 assists. The Knights have improved to 7-16 with a 5-7 record in the NEC, while Wagner fell to 5-18 with a 2-10 record in the NEC. The Knights now sit seventh in the NEC, while … Continue reading FDU Breaks Three Point Record in 106-73 win Over Wagner

FDU Presents Patriotic Art Contest Unveiling Ceremony

By Jhoana T. Merino-Martinez Staff Writer HACKENSACK, NJ — On Feb. 11, 2020, a $500 check was presented to Grace Lopez following a local ceremony in the Veterans office located in Dickinson Hall. Lopez and the runner-up, Jason Ortiz, will have their artwork displayed outside the Veterans Office. As part of their Veterans Day celebration, FDU’s Student Veteran Association and the Office of the Campus … Continue reading FDU Presents Patriotic Art Contest Unveiling Ceremony

New FDU Curriculum: Ciao History, Adios Español

By Samantha Hart and Admir Durakovic Lifestyle Editor and Editor-in-Chief TEANECK, N.J. – The students will be affected. The professors will be affected. The staff will be affected. Fairleigh Dickinson University announced that they will be altering the curriculum come Fall 2020. According to fdu.edu, these alterations include the removal of University College, which housed “psychology, criminal justice, education, the natural sciences, nursing, engineering and … Continue reading New FDU Curriculum: Ciao History, Adios Español

Black History Month Events

By Jhoana T. Merino-Martinez Staff Writer Past, present and future generations of black people are represented in this month’s variety of gatherings celebrating Black History Month. Student Government Association (SGA) President Maame Mensah tells The Equinox that the Black Student Union (BSU) will be hosting a lot of different events, beginning with a “discussion about love” on Feb. 13. She says to look out for … Continue reading Black History Month Events