Features

Morocco Offers New Perspectives for Fordham Students Abroad

On Jan. 27 at 5 a.m., a group of 29 students studying at Fordham’s Spanish immersion program in Granada, Spain began their journey to Morocco, unaware of the perspective they would gain in just four short days.

Lincoln Center Welcomes Fashion for Philanthropy

With a campus located in the fashion capital of the world, amid the craziness that is New York Fashion Week and the Met Gala, it comes as no surprise that many of Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) students have an affinity for fashion.

#PutAPriceOnIt: Students Bring Carbon Tax to Campus

Climate change is an enduring global issue and millennials, the generation that will arguably be most affected by climate change, are at the forefront of the fight.

The Mowgli’s Wow at Winterfest

The stage was set in Pope Auditorium this past Friday as hundreds of students filed in for Fordham Lincoln Center’s (FLC) annual Winterfest concert event, hosted by the Campus Activities Board.

Fordham Student Documents Journey Across the Country

Documenting movement through travel is a fundamental aspect of photography.

Lights, Camera, London: One Fordham Student’s Adventure Across the Pond

London has always held a special place in my heart.

Fordham’s Favorite Coffee Shops for Spring Studying

Food, water, shelter, caffeine– these are the four necessities to keep any college student functioning.

Women’s March Draws Students to D.C.

On Jan. 21, 2017, more than 3 million people across the United States expressed their discontent in what is now being called the biggest collective demonstration in U.S. history.

Student Finds His Village Voice as Journalist

Appler’s journey to The Village Voice began in August 2016 at a cafe in Greenwich Village, where he happened to sit next to a woman who would serve as a pivotal character in his life.

The Jesuit Tradition in Action: FCLC Students Create Holiday Gift Drive

In December 2016, Resident Assistant Allison Gillen, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’18, spearheaded a collection drive that saw a local family receive 11 trash bags filled with Christmas gifts.