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The IKEA Veggie Dog: An Odyssey

The IKEA Veggie Dog: An Odyssey

December 5, 2018

Opinions Editor and vegan, Owen Roche, made the pilgrimage to Brooklyn to try IKEA's new veggie dog.

Dinner with the Dean

Dinner with the Dean

December 5, 2018

Asst. Arts & Culture Editor, Kevin Christopher Robles, dined with Acting Associate Dean of Fordham Lincoln Center, Mary Bly, at her apartment with her family and other students.

Ailey Dancer Jetés Through the Day

Ailey Dancer Jetés Through the Day

December 5, 2018

Ashley Simpson, a contributing writer and Ailey/Fordham B.F.A. dance major, shared her typical day juggling dance and academics.

Learning Done for the Service of Others

Learning Done for the Service of Others

December 5, 2018

Contributing Writer, Carmen L. Recio, talks to Nick Endo, FCLC '16, about the lasting impact of his Jesuit education.

Fordham Filmmaking Club Changes Reels

Fordham Filmmaking Club Changes Reels

December 5, 2018

After two years, Luke Momo, former president and founder of the Filmmaking Club, has passed on the torch to Tommy Cunningham.

Finals Survival Guide: Getting Over the Finals Slump

Finals Survival Guide: Getting Over the Finals Slump

December 4, 2018

It’s undeniable that finals season is one of the most stressful aspects of college life. I sought the advice of some upperclassmen and compiled a list to help students stay afloat at the end of the semester.

Art for Arctic’s Sake: Visual Arts Students Curate Exhibition on Climate Change

Art for Arctic’s Sake: Visual Arts Students Curate Exhibition on Climate Change

November 14, 2018

A contemporary art class at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC), taught by Professors Joanna Isaak and Katherina Fostano, opened its exhibition titled “Art for Arctic’s Sake” in the Ildiko Butler Gallery of Lowenstein on Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018.

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.

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