The protocol for registration for incoming freshman students and Sodexo were discussed at the College Council meeting that took place on Thursday, Oct. 16 in the South Lounge at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC).
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S.A.G.E.S. takes advantage of the mass of students at Ram Town to spread the word and get people to sign their petition.
On Oct. 13 in Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC)’s Pope Auditorium, two North Carolina-based folk players strummed their guitars as the radio show starring host of “Person, Place, Thing,” Randy Cohen, took the stage. Cohen was joined by featured guest, Ben Brantley, the chief theater critic of the New York Times.
It seems almost counterproductive to prevent a long-term couple practicing monogamous, safe sex from seeing each other, while residents have the option to engage in meaningless sex right under Fordham’s nose.
The Faculty Senate voted to approve the Administration’s latest salary and benefits proposal on Friday, Oct. 10, after almost a year and a half of active negotiations.
When a veteran returns home, can he or she go back to where they left it? From Oct. 9-17, audiences will find out, when watching the Woodward and Newman Drama award winning play, “Ugly Lies The Bone,” at Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) Pope Auditorium.
Standing tall against the backdrop of the new Fordham Law School building, “Peter the Fisherman” casts his net over Robert Moses Plaza, his net reaching across to Lowenstein and beyond.
With campus sexual assault’s prevalence in the media, most people have been hearing of the Jeanne Clery Act, also known as Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Reporting. So what is it?
Wait, privacy is still a thing? In the age of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and every other social media platform, do we even remember what it’s like to keep anything private? Technology has increasingly made it so that it seems normal for everyone to share almost every aspect of their lives. Whether it’s the food you just ate, your #OOTD (Outfit of the Day), or a picture of your name misspelled by the barista on your Starbucks drink, sharing your life and waiting for those likes, favorites and comments are simply a part of the daily routine in our current society. Because of this, what is private and what is personal has become hard to define.
Regardless of who wins or loses come Election Day, the governorship will still belong to Fordham University.