Alumni Bring Internship & Career Advice to FCLC

Alumni in the media industry tipped off students about how to dress, prepare for interviews and prepare for a media career on Monday, April 13 in the 12th floor Lowenstein lounge.

My Eastern European-Jewish Experience

When Russian Jewish immigrants came to the United States following the fall of the Soviet Union, many were able to receive asylum rather quickly and easily (at least compared to how the U.S. asylum process generally works).

Breaking Down The NBA MVP Race

For the past few years, the NBA’s race for the Most Valuable Player award has been dominated by LeBron James and Kevin Durant (mostly the former). This year, however, a new set of perennial all-stars have entered the conversation.

McShane Condemns Sexual Assault Against Females in Monthly Address

In an email letter addressed to the Fordham Family, President of the University Rev. Joseph McShane, S.J., spoke not about the preparations for Holy Week or the upcoming Easter holiday, but of campus sexual assault.

Subway to Stage: Student Choreographs for Global Harmony

On Feb. 11, Alvin Ailey’s most recent annual show, Global Harmony, had dancers and choreographers from the professional division bring in many of world’s cultures to life through the art of music and movement.

Flood in McKeon Residence Hall

Around 2 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 4, a water leak occurred in room 16-14 of McKeon Residence Hall.

College Councils Votes for Simultaneous Registration

On Thursday, Nov. 13, Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) College Council voted in favor of simultaneous registration for all campuses. Another major point of discussion was the lack of female security supervisors on the FCLC campus.

Interfaith Marriage Debated at FCLC

On Tuesday, Nov. 11, at 6 p.m., Reverend Patrick J. Ryan, S.J., Laurence J. McGinley professor of religion and society, concluded that interfaith marriage is a threat to organized religious traditions in America at his lecture, “Interfaith Marriage: A Concern for Jews, Christians, and Muslims.”

Vatican Report Fails To Be Inclusive

On Oct. 13, the Vatican released a midterm report that addressed family situations such as divorce, cohabitation before or without marriage and most interestingly, homosexual individuals. While the defining assertion, “homosexuals have gifts and qualities to offer to the Christian community” seems as if it is appealing to all of Pope Francis’ socially progressive fans (one cannot forget the pontiff’s famous “who am I to judge?” quote from last year) this recent change in rhetoric is far too little to inspire the return of LGBTQ people to the Roman Catholic Church which the Vatican might be hoping for.

Fordham Public Safety Launches New App

On Monday, Oct. 27, 2014, Fordham’s Department of Public Safety introduced a new safety app, called “The Fordham Safety Application,” via email to students and faculty.