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Fordham Discusses Robert Moses’ Legacy

The Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) Urban Studies program held an event, “Robert Moses: Master Builder or Great Destroyer,” on April 6.

Human Error Causes Registration Mishap

As Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) students prepared to register at 7 a.m. on April 13, everything was ready to go, except the registration system.

College Council Talks New Minors and Middle States

College Council met for the final time in the spring semester to culminate discussion on online summer courses for undergraduates, as well as discuss the positive report of the Middle States evaluators.

Fordham Students Evaluate Education for Middle States

Fordham students met with the Middle States commission to share their thoughts on Fordham

Maureen Tilley, Professor of Theology, Passes Away

By CONNOR MANNION News Editor On Sunday April 3, Maureen Tilley, professor of theology at Fordham University, died following complications from pancreatic cancer. “I was very saddened to...

Low Turnout Rates at Diversity Task Force Community Meetings

The Diversity Task Force is currently preparing reports for presentation to the University as a whole.

Fordham Admissions Adjusts to New SAT Format

For the newest cycle of applications, the Fordham Admissions department will be dealing with a unique challenge: a new SAT.

Low-Income Fordham Students Pay More Than Average, Study Shows

Financial aid at multiple U.S. colleges, including Fordham, is used "as a ‘recruiting tool,’ rather than as a means of meeting a student’s financial need,” according to a new report.

LC Mock Trial Team Advances to Nationals

For the first time in three years, the FCLC Mock Trial Team has advanced to the national championship.

New Policies Ban Smoking at LC Entrances

Over spring break, the Department of Facilities Operations banned smoking within 50 feet of all building entrances on the Fordham Lincoln Center campus.