“They’re Watching Us: So What?,” aimed to address the questions on many citizens’ minds after recent revelations regarding NSA spying practices.
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In recent years, universities such as Yale and Columbia have encountered issues with grade inflation. Although it also occurs at Fordham, some professors do not view grade inflation as problematic.
After 2016 presidential hopeful Rand Paul admitted earlier this week that he was at fault for the plagiarized material used in his speeches, articles and books, professors comment on plagiarism.
On Thursday, Nov. 7 at Fordham College Lincoln Center (FCLC), Columbia University's History Professor and Author Eric Foner, Ph.D, spoke at the Anne Mannion Memorial Dialogue about President Lincoln in film and history.
On Wednesday Oct. 23, Women’s Wear Daily announced that Condé Nast decided to discontinue its internship program starting in 2014. The elimination of the Condé Nast internship has major percussions on students at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC), as well as other college students in the New York City community.
On Oct. 1, The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, was officially made available for open enrollment to Americans. The Observer spoke to Associate Professor of Political Science Bruce Berg, who further explained Obamacare and what it means for students on at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC).
The continuing controversy at Providence College has raised questions all over the country about what kind of influence the Church and its doctrine have on academic freedom and policy at affiliated schools. At Fordham, questions like these hit close to home.
Fordham graduates with English degrees and their counterparts from George Mason University earn more money than those from other American universities.
Responses to the shutdown from the presidents of the College Republicans and College Democrats at Fordham University mirror the views expressed by Republicans and Democrats on the national stage.
Late this last August, President Barack Obama planned on lowering the cost of student loans by proposing an official ranking system of colleges and universities.