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Big Blue Plymouth: An Alien Take on an American Classic

Big Blue Plymouth: An Alien Take on an American Classic

November 14, 2018

Most people on Earth probably see the existence of Thanksgiving as a foreign or alien concept (literally...

Frank Simio: A Baptism Under Fire

Frank Simio: A Baptism Under Fire

November 14, 2018

After 18 years of service at Fordham University, Frank Simio was appointed to the position of vice president...

Robert Moses, Friend of Fordham, Left a Complex Legacy

Robert Moses, Friend of Fordham, Left a Complex Legacy

November 14, 2018

The name Robert Moses has countless connotations, mostly negative, for Fordham students: racism, gentrification...

NYC 2018 Marathon

NYC 2018 Marathon

November 14, 2018

Every year on the first Sunday in November, the streets of New York City fill with thousands of eager...

Jennifer Beirne: Transitioning from Theatre to Non-profits

Jennifer Beirne: Transitioning from Theatre to Non-profits

November 13, 2018

Jennifer Beirne, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’89, is currently the chief development officer for New York Cares, a non-profit organization that helps New Yorkers find volunteer opportunities across all five boroughs.

Going Away Means Remembering

Going Away Means Remembering

November 11, 2018

“Hop across the pond for a semester abroad in London!” As I looked at the flyer on the third-floor...

Two Gardens, One Senior Exhibition

Two Gardens, One Senior Exhibition

November 11, 2018

By CARMEN L. RECIO Contributing Writer Earlier this year I found myself in Jardin des Plantes in Par...

In Harlem, Following History

In Harlem, Following History

November 7, 2018

On the morning of Oct. 7, Fordham History and African American Studies Professor Mark Naison traveled to 116th Street in Harlem early to explore the neighborhood before joining a group of 15 or so alumni on a walking tour organized by the Office of Alumni Relations.

Twenty-One Years Later, Veteran Returns to School

Twenty-One Years Later, Veteran Returns to School

November 7, 2018

“You know what? I’ll do that.” John Wesley, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’20, didn’t say this when going to Starbucks or picking an outfit. He said it when he decided to enlist in the Air Force in 1997.

New BSA Strives for Inclusivity on Campus

New BSA Strives for Inclusivity on Campus

November 7, 2018

Although The Black Student Alliance (BSA) at Fordham Lincoln Center (FLC) was unable to reactivate its club status before the end of last semester, as originally desired by its past executive board members, the club has officially returned in full force this semester.

Lincoln Center’s Peer Health Exchange Prepares for First Year

Lincoln Center’s Peer Health Exchange Prepares for First Year

October 10, 2018

By RITAMARIE PEPE Contributing Writer According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Servic...

Bringing Yoga to the People

Bringing Yoga to the People

October 10, 2018

By KRISTEN SKINNER Contributing Writer In today’s world, everyone could use a little peace of min...

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