Staff Editorial

Staff Editorial

Going to Fordham College at Lincoln (FCLC) makes us connoisseurs of change. And a lot of it.

Fordham’s ranking has, of course, gained 23 spots since 2003, and the numbers do not mean the end of the world.

Fordham has a communication problem, and it’s not the type that causes confused, emotional breakups.

Just like the city that houses it, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC), is full of opportunities for new and returning students alike.

The neuroscience major, under the natural science department, has been in the works since 2004 and was approved in 2011, as reported in Richard Ramsundar’s article, “New Neuroscience Major Added to Curriculum” on page one.

“Queer.” It’s short. Crisp. Easy to say. But it lingers in the mind, conjuring up ideas of the unusual or perplexing in its most traditional definition.

For the past two years, we have been anticipating the new facilities and residence hall being built for Lincoln Center students, slowly watching the steel beams of the new building rise into the city skyline.

In a university where principles of social justice, tolerance and solidarity are upheld alongside its mission to educate, racist and homophobic hate crimes have tainted its wholesome brand.

As students, we expect Fordham to be open about its policies and provide students with information about what is clearly stated in its manuals. Many students are unaware that the Health Center is required to provide birth control in the case of specific medical conditions—and understandably so.

We are undoubtedly living in a tech-savvy world where colleges are increasingly moving toward the worlds of multimedia and online.