Students Adjust to New Realities of Online Classes

Samantha Hart and Gabriella Squitieri Lifestyle Editor and Guest Writer Special to The Equinox Fairleigh Dickinson University, like many other universities, has canceled on-campus activities and has moved classes online for the remainder of the spring semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Students are experiencing a wide range of emotions regarding this change and to social-distancing measures.   “I feel that I am missing out on … Continue reading Students Adjust to New Realities of Online Classes

S-CAPS Provides Advice and Help During Pandemic

By Madison Martinez  Staff Writer For most of the students and faculty on the FDU campus, the switch to online courses and from spending hours outside with friends to having to stay at home as much as possible has been something never experienced before. It has been about two weeks since the dawn of this reality, and it is important for student’s to get into … Continue reading S-CAPS Provides Advice and Help During Pandemic

Pass/Fail Option Extended to Students Due to Coronavirus

By Nancy Sanchez-Diaz Staff Writer In light of the transition to remote learning this semester in response to the coronavirus pandemic, FDU is extending a pass/fail grading option to its students.  Students can stay with the traditional A to F grading system, or they can opt to change to a pass/fail grading system for any of their classes by writing to their respective professors before … Continue reading Pass/Fail Option Extended to Students Due to Coronavirus

But What About Me? Athlete Reflects on End of NEC Bowling Dreams

By Samantha Hart Lifestyle Editor “The NEC Women’s Bowling Tournament set to take place March 20-23 has been canceled due to the coronavirus.” This was the worst news I have received in my athletic career.  My senior year and NCAA DI career. Ended. Just like that.  View Samantha Hart’s message to teammates and coaches.  A Tribute to My Team:  Four Years a Knight As the … Continue reading But What About Me? Athlete Reflects on End of NEC Bowling Dreams

Game Review: ‘Doom Eternal’ Is Hell of a Good Time

By Dylan Del-Rio Staff Writer With classes online for the rest of the semester, and students having much more free time than normal, there needs to be a way to pass the time while stuck in quarantine. “Doom Eternal” is a great way to do that. “Doom Eternal,” which launched March 20, is an incredibly solid follow-up to the 2016 reboot of “Doom,” improving on … Continue reading Game Review: ‘Doom Eternal’ Is Hell of a Good Time