• BSA Hosts ‘Die-In’ to Protest Police Brutality

    BSA Hosts ‘Die-In’ to Protest Police Brutality

    On Tuesday, Dec. 9, over 100 students participated in a “Die-In” to commemorate victims of police brutality, held in Pope Auditorium at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC). At 11:21 a.m., the students engaged in four and a half minutes of silence to represent the number of hours Michael Brown’s body lay in the streets of Ferguson after being shot by Officer Darren Wilson.

  • Undergraduates Banned from Maloney Library

    Undergraduates Banned from Maloney Library

    Undergraduates at Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) campus were banned from the Law School Library on Nov. 24. The T.J. and Nancy Maloney Library is currently exclusive to members of the Fordham University School of Law (LAW) until after winter break.

  • The Two Sides of Fordham in Film

    The Two Sides of Fordham in Film

    In modern film and television, audiences see both the good and bad sides of characters associated with Fordham.

  • Seniors Exhibit Work in Fordham Galleries (Ildiko Butler Gallery)

    Seniors Exhibit Work in Fordham Galleries (Ildiko Butler Gallery)

    From old-fashioned to modern modes of communication, ranging from postcards to Facebook, there seems to be endless ways of reaching out to anyone.

  • Best Coast to Headline Third Annual WinterFest

    Best Coast to Headline Third Annual WinterFest

    Best Coast, an American rock duo, will headline the third annual WinterFest Concert at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) on Jan. 23, 2015, the WinterFest Concert committee announced today during the Winterfest Artist Release Party.

  • GO! Ghana Postponed Due to  Ebola

    GO! Ghana Postponed Due to Ebola

    Fordham University’s latest precautions against Ebola include canceling the upcoming Global Outreach (GO!) project to Ghana.

  • Tinder: Microcosm of What We Do in Life

    Tinder: Microcosm of What We Do in Life

    Websites like Facebook and Twitter have become integral parts of our generations’ lives and as social media evolves, so does the way we communicate and receive information.