The bombing at the Boston marathon last Monday has prompted all colleges and universities to increase student safety. The security department at [...]
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On Friday April 5, a judge lifted the age and sale restriction on the morning-after pill for emergency contraception.
As the Supreme Court finishes hearing the second of two major cases on same-sex marriage this week, many students at Fordham College Lincoln Center (FCLC), and others around the country, have changed their profile pictures to a pink equal sign on a red background to show support for marriage equality.
The College Scorecard, announced by President Barack Obama during his State of the Union address, allows for prospective students to search for colleges either by name or based on numerous criteria such as degree, occupation, size, awards offered, state, campus setting, region and distance education.
Barack Obama was sworn into his second term as president Sunday, Jan. 20, in a small ceremony with his family and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Roberts in the Blue Room of the White House.
Hurricane Sandy hit the tri-state area Monday Oct. 29, knocking out power to millions and forcing evacuations from lower Manhattan and coastal regions.
Youth voter turnout is likely to decline in the 2012 presidential election as a result of decreased enthusiasm in the 18- to 29-year old demographic, according to a recent survey conducted by Harvard University. Among its main conclusions, the results of the survey show that President Obama is more trusted than Gov. Romney to handle major issues but Romney voters show more dedication to vote on Election Day.
Check here for the most recent updates on Hurricane Sandy and Fordham's class cancelations.
Although the average SAT scores of incoming freshmen at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) increased by 10 points this year, students disagree about whether or not the exam is an essential way of measuring preparedness for college.
President Barack Obama’s campaign is more focused on higher education than Mitt Romney’s, according to a study by the Wesleyan Media Project released last week.