“Leisure?! What’s that?” Elisabeth Frost, an associate professor of the department of English at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) said in response to whether she will be doing something relaxing other than furthering her scholarly research for the summer.
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Over the last few weeks strolling around Lincoln Center, I have seen some bizarre yet cutting-edge accessories worn by fellow neighbors walking their dogs and sipping on their first iced lattes of the season.
Deserted, unmarked, negated and forgotten, slave burial sites are typically discovered by accident during construction projects or by chance.
Did you ever have an internship that was just not enjoyable?
While the thread mainly contained requests for removal, it also displayed some of the more humorous aspects of the Fordham community.
Ever wonder what annoys professors most? When finals are right around the corner and your grades are borderline, wouldn’t it be helpful to know whether you’re doing that one thing that could be driving your professor crazy?
“¿Esperando?” the man at the cashier said as I walked in to the café.
A few weeks ago I got this email inviting me to participate in a college conference call with Harmony Korine, the director of “Spring Breakers,” and Ashley Benson, one of the stars. You know, that movie with Selena Gomez doing bong hits in a seedy motel room with a grill-ed-out James Franco.
College can be quite demanding. Sometimes we get so carried away with academic and social callings that we end up emotionally and physically drained by the end of the day.
“How was your break?” It’s the first question we ask our friends, our teachers and our acquaintances when we greet them after a long absence. However, this proved to be a tough question to answer for students who participated in the Global Outreach (GO!) program.