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Fordham Celebrates the Class of 2014

Fordham Celebrates the Class of 2014

On Saturday, May 17, the 169th Commencement Ceremony of Fordham University took place at Fordham College at Rose Hill (FCRH).

Fordham OUTLaws Discuss Transgender Discrimination at Symposium

Fordham OUTLaws Discuss Transgender Discrimination at Symposium

On Thursday, April 10, the Fordham OUTLaws, Fordham’s LGBTQ law student association, hosted its first symposium, Transgender Law: Current Strategies & Emerging Issues. Speakers met in the McNally Amphitheatre to discuss how transgender people are discriminated against under the United States law.

Student Composer Makes Fordham History

Student Composer Makes Fordham History

Anyone attending the Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) Arts and Sciences showcase on April 10 was a witness to Fordham history; composer Charlie Martin, (FCLC) ’14, played his song “Ascent of Mountain” as part of the function.

Stop Belittling Affirmative Action Applicant

Stop Belittling Affirmative Action Applicant

People believe that affirmative action allows unqualified minority students into top universities, ignoring their accomplishments and subjecting them to constant judgment and offensive behavior.

Cartel and Cold War Kids Announced as Spring Weekend Headliners

Cartel and Cold War Kids Announced as Spring Weekend Headliners

Cartel and Cold War Kids will be headlining Fordham’s Spring Weekend this year on Saturday, April 26 according to Campus Activities Board (CAB).

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VIDEO: Send in the Clowns: FCLC’s Patrick Swailes Caldwell

VIDEO: Send in the Clowns: FCLC’s Patrick Swailes Caldwell

There may be a national clown shortage, but you would never know at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC). Patrick Caldwell, FCLC ’17, is keeping the tradition of clowning alive.

Fordham Brings White House Officials to Discuss Cybersecurity

Fordham Brings White House Officials to Discuss Cybersecurity

President Barack Obama recently issued an executive order establishing a national framework to limit the cyber threat to the country’s critical infrastructure.

When Punishment Becomes Torture: Limiting Solitary Confinement in New York Prisons

When Punishment Becomes Torture: Limiting Solitary Confinement in New York Prisons

It is not the prison staff’s job to deal out justice arbitrarily and determine who is allowed the right to have social contact and who isn’t.

Internships: Valuable Experience or Exploitation?

Internships: Valuable Experience or Exploitation?

Internships are important for us college students as they give us an insight into what we can picture ourselves doing in the future.