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Lack of Female Security Supervisors on Campus

Lack of Female Security Supervisors on Campus

The last College Council meeting, on Thursday, Nov. 13, raised concerns about the lack of female security supervisors at Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) campus. Currently, there are eight female security duty supervisors and 43 male security duty supervisors across all campuses. There are 10 male security supervisors and no female supervisors at FCLC.

New Website Launch: More Changes to Come

New Website Launch: More Changes to Come

On Thursday, Dec. 4, Fordham launched the long-awaited new website. The updated site features 4,000 pages with new designs and is also formatted for mobile devices, as mobile traffic has been overtaking desktop traffic on the website.

Invest in Interest: Are Dual Majors Worth It?

Invest in Interest: Are Dual Majors Worth It?

One of the most common debates about college is: a double major worth the money and course load?

Undoing Racism Collective Created in Wake of Ferguson

In light of the recent riots in Ferguson, Mo. and protests in New York City that passed through Columbus Circle, the Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) community members established the Undoing Racism Collective, which met for the first time on Monday, Dec. 1.

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.

Alcohol Incidents Tripled—Mostly Freshmen

Alcohol Incidents Tripled—Mostly Freshmen

According to Dean of Students Keith Eldredge, the number of student transports by emergency medical services to the hospital due to alcohol consumption has more than tripled, rising from four incidents this time last year to 14 this year.

USG Approves Record Number of Clubs

On Thursday, Dec. 4, Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC)’s United Student Government (USG) approved the creation of five new clubs on campus, according to Vice President of Operations Jacob Azrilyant, FCLC ’16.

McKeon to Close Over Winter Break

McKeon to Close Over Winter Break

According to Jenifer Campbell, director of Residential Life at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) McKeon Hall will officially be shut down for winter break and freshmen will be able to stay in McMahon Hall free of charge.

Undergrads Banned From Law Library Effective Nov. 24

Undergrads Banned From Law Library Effective Nov. 24

As of Nov. 24th, all undergraduates will be banned from using the Law Library due to noise complaints from law students.