After months of hard work, students working on the #PutaPriceOnIt campaign have convinced the President to endorse carbon pricing at the university.
By STEPHAN KOZUB News Co-Editor After months of controversy and protests, the faculty have come to an agreement with the administration over salary and health care. The...
In the heat of the ongoing negotiations between faculty and the administration over health care benefits and salaries, the slew of statements that have been issued can be hard to keep track of.
Fordham Lincoln Center proudly boasts a vast array of clubs and activities spread throughout the week and now thanks to LC After Dark, there are events during the weekends.
Following an ongoing dispute with the administration over salaries and benefits, the Faculty Senate met on March 23 to discuss the conflict.
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.
The university has charged a Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) organizer for violating the Demonstration Policy.
When it comes to college campuses, freedom of expression can be particularly difficult to navigate.
57 academics at the university signed the Academics Against Immigration Executive Order, a petition which at the time of publication had over 27,000 signatures, 51 one of which were of Nobel Laureates and over 25,000 of which were of U.S. faculty members.
Christopher Wilson, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’17, is spending his senior year the way all aspiring dancers dream of—touring the country with the renowned dance troupe, Ailey II.