On Thursday, Feb. 12, Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) College Council met to discuss multiple topics, including the approved motion for simultaneous registration between FCLC and Fordham College at Rose Hill (FCRH).
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As commuter students have likely noticed, the Office of Student Leadership and Development (OSLCD) policy of providing hard copy newspapers outside of the office of student affairs room 408 has stopped, while McMahon residents continue to receive hard copies of The New York Times.
Many of the members of Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) United Student Government (USG) agree that the club is in need of a larger amount of student participation for the organization’s programs and meetings.
The housing process has officially begun at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC). Whether you’re a freshman and this is your first time at the rodeo, or you’re an upperclassman checking up on Residential Life (Res Life) policies, here is the basic information you need to know to stay on track.
On Thursday, Feb. 12, Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) College Council announced that all Fordham undergraduates will be registering simultaneously for fall 2015, which tentatively begin on March 23. The last time both campuses registered was for Fall 2014, when the My.Fordham site crashed.
It’s that time of year again, where spring break is just around the corner and we’ve finally reached the halfway point of the semester. So if you’re stressed over midterms and are looking for something interesting to do or you just want to know what events there are to look forward to this semester, check out these five Fordham events below:
Before the start of each school year, students anticipate the stranger(s) with whom they will be living with for the next nine months.
As Fordham students, we are taught to cultivate our lives around habits of moral reflection and critical thinking through our Jesuit education. For many students, myself included, buying clothing items in the bookstore has not always spurred an ethical dilemma for me but as of recent, it’s got me wondering.
Ready or not, midterms are coming. Prepare yourself for full libraries, the late nights and the extra caffeine. Finding the perfect way to study may not be fun, but it’s the secret to acing exams and boosting that GPA.
“Fresh Off The Boat,” a sitcom about a family of Taiwanese immigrants raising their family in the U.S., premiered Feb. 4 and continues to capture the attention of television audiences and critics.