Despite the Princeton Review rating Fordham the top five worst college food for 2013, halfway through the semester, Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) students are beginning to voice their guarded approval of the new dining options on campus.
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With cases of Ebola reaching places outside of Africa, New York City is preparing for Ebola. The virus is not in New York City despite several local scares.
The protocol for registration for incoming freshman students and Sodexo were discussed at the College Council meeting that took place on Thursday, Oct. 16 in the South Lounge at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC).
Starting March 2015, the New York subway that the Fordham students and New York City depend on will be a little more costly.
This October, the world has witnessed shifts in the Catholic Church as the controversial topic of gay marriage and homosexual exclusion was brought to scrutiny by Pope Francis through the Extraordinary Synod.
S.A.G.E.S. takes advantage of the mass of students at Ram Town to spread the word and get people to sign their petition.
The Faculty Senate voted to approve the Administration’s latest salary and benefits proposal on Friday, Oct. 10, after almost a year and a half of active negotiations.
On Monday, Sept. 28, Governor Jerry Brown of California approved SB-967, also known as the Yes Means Yes Legislation.
Standing tall against the backdrop of the new Fordham Law School building, “Peter the Fisherman” casts his net over Robert Moses Plaza, his net reaching across to Lowenstein and beyond.
With campus sexual assault’s prevalence in the media, most people have been hearing of the Jeanne Clery Act, also known as Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Reporting. So what is it?