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Middle States Highlights Financial Issues

As a part of the University’s ongoing accreditation process, the Middle States Visitation Team evaluated Fordham in early April and has issued a report summarizing their evaluation.

Fordham Compared Against Peers

Students have been comparing Fordham to other universities since they first considered attending. As a part of the accreditation process, Fordham University also took up this practice through comparing itself to its peer and aspirant institutions.

Political Expert Weighs in on the 2016 Election Process

With both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions looming over the summer break, it appears that anything could happen during this presidential season.

Council Voices Concerns on CUSP

CUSP's 11-page draft document left Fordham Lincoln Center’s College Council confused on what the specifics of the plan may entail.

Fordham Drops Sodexo for Aramark Food Service Provider

On Monday, April 18, Fordham University announced that it would be moving forward with Aramark, the second largest food service provider in America, as the main food service provider following a Request for Proposals period that resulted in Sodexo being released as the food service provider.

USG Votes to Recommend Keeping the Robert Moses Plinth

USG has voted to retain the plinth, provided that "it acknowledge the many communities that were displaced by Robert Moses."

R.A.C.E Hosts “Being Anti-Racist” Panel

Fordham’s Racial Awareness Collective for Everyone presented the panel “Being Anti-Racist” at Fordham University’s School of Law on April 9.

Fordham Discusses Robert Moses’ Legacy

The Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) Urban Studies program held an event, “Robert Moses: Master Builder or Great Destroyer,” on April 6.

Human Error Causes Registration Mishap

As Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) students prepared to register at 7 a.m. on April 13, everything was ready to go, except the registration system.

College Council Talks New Minors and Middle States

College Council met for the final time in the spring semester to culminate discussion on online summer courses for undergraduates, as well as discuss the positive report of the Middle States evaluators.