When the 2012-2013 NBA season began, the New York Knicks had one of the oldest teams in the NBA.
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By MIKE MADDEN, TAVY WU, WEIYU LI Multimedia Producer, Photo Editor, Assistant Multimedia Producer Published: Apr. 16, 2013 The Big Apple is nothing without Asian cuisine like Sushi, dim sum, pad thai, and Korean barbecue. With hundreds of Asian restaurants in New York City, there are just too many good ones to explore. The Observer’s Asst. Multimedia Producer Weiyu Li and [...]
Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC)’s renovated Ram Café has been open since the beginning of the spring 2013 semester.
In the final segment of the Observer’s miniseries, “Camouflaged,” we talk to William Deighan, Fordham College, Rose Hill (FCRH ’15), and former E-4 Senior Airman.
Students at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) began the spring semester last week, and with some books reaching high prices at Fordham’s bookstore, many students at Fordham are also extending their searches to the bookstore’s competitors, such as Amazon and Chegg, to find the best deals.
Part I: Father McShane Reacts, Lincoln Center Students Rally Against Ann Coulter Appearance Part II: College Republicans Cancel Event, McShane Responds to Cancellation Part III: National Media Reacts to Coulter Controversy Part IV: Coulter Controversy Prompts Fordham Law Faculty Member to Write Open Letter to McShane Part V: College Republicans Announce George Will as Coulter Replacement
In the Observer's new mini-series, "Camouflaged," we interviewed three veterans who are currently enrolled in classes at both Fordham College at Rose Hill (FCRH) and Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC). For Part I, we interviewed Sean Cintron, a freshman and former Army sergeant, E-5 who served in the infantry for six years in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
University Statement on Ann Coulter Appearance | November 9, 2012 The College Republicans, a student club at Fordham University, has invited Ann Coulter to speak on campus on November 29. The event is funded through student activity fees and is not open to the public nor the media. Student groups are allowed, and encouraged, to invite speakers who represent diverse, [...]
In the fourth installment of "Mo' Problems," Opinions Editor Monique John shows the older folks that the younger generation isn't that lost after all.
Rev. Vincent DeCola, S.J. invites The Observer for a glimpse into the life of a Jesuit at Fordham.