Does Every Student Deserve an A? Two Editors Weigh In

Gifted A? No Way! By Samantha Hart Lifestyle Editor In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, FDU, along with many universities across the country, has announced a pass/fail option for students to opt into. This is exactly what students should be granted. No more, no less. Some students from all over the country have taken the pass/fail option a step further and are requesting a blanket … Continue reading Does Every Student Deserve an A? Two Editors Weigh In

My Life During a Pandemic

By Kenny Lo Staff Writer Living in the suburbs of the bustling New York metropolitan area, I remember a world so full of energy, so full of life. There were people in the streets, events happening, gatherings of all kinds and establishments open at different times of the day. Rush hour traffic on all the major highways, tunnels and bridges around New York City was … Continue reading My Life During a Pandemic

FDU Staff Still Offers Student Support — at a Distance

By Jhoana T. Merino-Martinez Staff Writer The COVID-19 pandemic forced abrupt changes in universities around the globe. Professors at FDU are expected to adapt their coursework to a new remote instruction. Though lessons and materials can always be adapted to some extent, it is unclear how non-academic departments in FDU are able to transition, if at all.  The Equinox reached out to several staff members … Continue reading FDU Staff Still Offers Student Support — at a Distance

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

From the Desolate Metro Campus

By SONAL TULSYANI Staff Writer  TEANECK, N.J. — After receiving the email during spring break that campus was closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is quite possible that student panic spread faster than the coronavirus itself.  All of a sudden, students had to make plans to travel back home and wait for further instruction. Many students still had belongings in the residence halls and had … Continue reading From the Desolate Metro Campus