International attorney Almudena Bernabeu discuses the prosecution of the 1989 Jesuit massacre in El Salvador.
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Between the 40-times rent rule and gentrification, New York City living expenses are always a topic of discussion. But how does McMahon Hall fare against the cost of living off campus?
A recent study in the Chronicle of Higher Education found that the nation’s most selective colleges have become much more diverse during the past 20 years. Students, faculty and admissions reflected on the role of racial diversity at Fordham.
As of Feb. 6, security guards at the front desk of McMahon Hall at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) no longer requires commuters or guests to relinquish their IDs at the security desk. However, commuters and guests will still have to show their ID and be signed out by their host resident in McMahon Hall.
Due to inclement weather, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) had to cancel four days of classes this spring semester. However, some students and professors criticized the University for canceling too many class days.
Two apartments in McMahon Hall at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) have been treated for bed bugs, Dean of Students Keith Eldredge confirmed on Tuesday, March 11.
President Barack Obama recently issued an executive order establishing a national framework to limit the cyber threat to the country’s critical infrastructure.
According to the Department of Health, there have been 27 confirmed cases of the mumps at Fordham.
Fordham’s purchase of the College Board condominium on 45 Columbus Ave, which is set to replace a number of facilities and operations at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC), will close in June 2014.
Recently, the Millennial Generation, people born from approximately 1980 onward, has been labeled the Intern Nation because college graduates seem unable to escape the cycle of internships. So, how can Fordham students avoid the same jobless fate post-graduation?