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Faculty Senate Stages “Sick-In” Protest

On Wednesday, April 19, members of Faculty Senate are staging a “sick-in” rally at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) and participating in an unprecedented electronic vote of no confidence in University President Joseph M. McShane, S.J., after an ongoing battle which sees faculty wage negotiations and healthcare contracts hanging in the balance.
Fordham University

Fall FCLC Student Charged in Slaying of Mother

By Elizabeth Landry News Co-Editor On March 20, former Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) student Joshua Leon Carmona attacked and killed his mother at their...
Android cell phone

Unencrypted Phones Pose Security Threat for Students, President Alike

In this age of dependence on cell phones for nearly everything, security is often the last priority for choosing a device. We talked to experts and students about what security features matter.
FFU Protest

Adjunct Union Push Goes Public

After weeks of statements and correspondence, FFU continues to organize activism despite the fact that the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) has withdrawn their application to represent the adjuncts.
FFU Protest

Protests Clash with Spring Preview

Protests by students and faculty stole the spotlight during the Spring Preview campus showcase on April 8.

Flurry of Statements Deepens Faculty-Admin Divide

A statement from the university has sparked statements of further anger and frustration from faculty members, in support of Faculty Senate’s planned vote of no confidence in President Rev. Joseph M. McShane’s, S.J., leadership, to be held April 19.
Fordham Libraries Unveils "Fake News" Guide

Fordham Libraries Rolls Out “Fake News” Guide

In an effort to encourage students’ information literacy, the Fordham Libraries have created a “Fake News” research guide, now accessible through the main website.
LL 816

New Science Labs Underway for Fall 2017

Formerly one of the larger classrooms in the Lowenstein building, able to hold up to 70 students, LL 816 will soon be converted into a set of new labs for the natural sciences department.

Faculty Senate Discusses Ongoing Fight Over Salary, Benefits

Following an ongoing dispute with the administration over salaries and benefits, the Faculty Senate met on March 23 to discuss the conflict.

S.A.G.E.S. Takes On Professor

This week, students began speaking out about the Theatre Department director, Matthew Maguire. The tenured professor of 25 years, who currently teaches two classes per semester and advises students, recently settled a lawsuit brought by a former assistant professor which sought damages for sex discrimination and sexual harassment.