By LUCIA (WAN'TING) ZHOU Contributing Writer Decorations above the legendary Perelman stage of Carnegie Hall were very delicate. I looked up at them, and wondered how...
It is a common fear of students and parents alike: are the innumerable college debts one accumulates in the face of a struggling workforce ultimately worth the cost of higher education?
Systemic racism takes many forms—in our everyday language, images in the media and in opportunities (or the lack thereof) given to communities of color.
In the middle of Times Square, just one subway stop away from the Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) campus, sits the Church of Scientology in New York.
They don’t tell you that your English will get worse.
On Monday, Feb. 13, students of Dr. Christina M. Greer’s “Introduction to Urban Politics” course waited on line outside the world-famous Apollo Theater for what was to be a historic night.
Everyone assumes New York Fashion Week (NYFW) is glamorous.
I discovered my affinity for fashion when I was 10 years old.
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.
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.