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

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

Degrees to Be Conferred, Ceremony Plans to Be Determined

By Admir Durakovic Editor-in-Chief  Despite the coronavirus outbreak, the class of 2020 at FDU will still receive its diplomas on time May 18.  In an email blast on Wednesday, March 25, the president’s office announced its new plan to postpone FDU’s 2020 graduation ceremony. “All students will receive their diplomas on time and we are considering alternative ways that we can celebrate together and recognize … Continue reading Degrees to Be Conferred, Ceremony Plans to Be Determined

1.5K and Counting Sign Change.org Petition Against Virtual Commencement 

By Justin Rimpi Managing Editor President Christopher Capuano, in an email blast to students Friday afternoon, said graduation will be virtual this year, the first in FDU history. At the moment, there is no plan for an in-person graduation. The reaction was swift. Within an hour of Capuano’s decision, a petition on change.org had been created for the FDU administration “to consider postponing the ceremony … Continue reading 1.5K and Counting Sign Change.org Petition Against Virtual Commencement