Northeast Conference Delays Fall Sports

By Anthony Covino Sports Editor The NEC announced that fall sports will be delayed until Sept. 10 with the appropriate protocols set in place.  The NEC has decided to delay the season for approximately two weeks rather than cancelling the whole season, like Princeton and other Ivy League schools have elected to do.  “With so many unknown factors at this point in time, the NEC … Continue reading Northeast Conference Delays Fall Sports

Free Online Events on EventBrite

By Camille Herbert Staff Writer Saturday, July 11  ● DCJazzFest From Home Series– This is a weekly live jazz event on the DCJF YouTube channel and Facebook page. ❏ Time: 7pm  Sunday, July 12  ● Travel Indoors: Black Travel Summit Digital Sessions – bi-weekly classes that introduce viewers on how to get involved in the travel industry and having discussions with black influencers. ❏ Time: … Continue reading Free Online Events on EventBrite

Virtual July 4th: It’s Not Just About ‘Hamilton’ (for All)

By Jhoana T. Merino-Martinez News Editor The Fourth of July, a day marked by gatherings such as parades and concerts, will look a lot less social this year.  The beloved patriotic holiday cannot be observed in its traditional ways as fewer gatherings are planned in order to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus … but that won’t stop the celebrations.  July 4th, or Independence Day, … Continue reading Virtual July 4th: It’s Not Just About ‘Hamilton’ (for All)

Would You Switch to Online Classes?

The Equinox Staff The Equinox is introducing a new polling segment this summer about going back to campus.  This week’s poll will examine whether or not students would choose to take more online classes when we return to campus.  Would you choose to minimize your time on campus in the fall? Please click this link and only fill out the form once.  The first polling … Continue reading Would You Switch to Online Classes?

LGBTQIA+ PRIDE MONTH: More Than a Parade

By Naniyah McClain Member of Social Media Team and Staff Writers Many Pride parades have been canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but that doesn’t mean inaction. Companies and major corporations are changing their solid-colored logos and merchandise into rainbow print patterns in June, a month dedicated to amplify and empower the voices of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transexual, Queer/Questioning and Asexual communities around the … Continue reading LGBTQIA+ PRIDE MONTH: More Than a Parade