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What Does It Mean to Be Latinx?

What Does It Mean to Be Latinx?

October 16, 2019

Two people who identity Latinx sit down and have a conversation about what it means to to be part of the community during Hispanic Heritage Month.

Campus Ministry Calls Out Capitol Hill

Campus Ministry Calls Out Capitol Hill

October 16, 2019

In a few weeks, Fordham students and faculty will join other students from Jesuit institutions in Washington D.C. for the Ignation Family Teach-in for Justice (IFTJ), the largest annual Catholic gathering for social justice.

A Day in the Life: Fordham vs. Barnard

A Day in the Life: Fordham vs. Barnard

October 16, 2019

Regardless of whether your school is all-girls or co-ed, private or public, Jesuit or liberal arts, your college experience isn’t confined to the walls of your campus.

Camping Out

Camping Out

October 2, 2019

From Sept. 20 to Sept. 22, two dozen students and administrators camped in the Catskills, fulfilling LC Environmental Club's years-long desire for a club camping trip.

So We’re Talking About Race with #TheBronxIsReading

So We’re Talking About Race with #TheBronxIsReading

October 2, 2019

On Wednesday, Sept. 25, readers from the Fordham community and from different parts of NYC gathered for “Ij...

Blessed with the Bullseye: 61st Street Target Coming Soon

Blessed with the Bullseye: 61st Street Target Coming Soon

October 2, 2019

A mere block away from Fordham Lincoln Center, the latest store is one the 10 Targets that opened near or on a college campus within the last year and the eighth location in Manhattan. This new location will be a small-format store — a specialized Target built for urban communities and college campuses. 

Not So Quick Questions With Fr. Quickley

Not So Quick Questions With Fr. Quickley

October 2, 2019

We sat down with Fr. George Quickley, to get to know him better and to see if he lives up to his name.

Making Money Moo-ves

Making Money Moo-ves

October 2, 2019

At Fordham Lincoln Center, there are students who dedicate their time outside of school to private enterprise, two of them are Michael Tyutyunik, Gabelli School of Business (GSB) ’22 and Krystal Zheng, GSB ’23.

How To: Fall-filling Weekend for Under $30

How To: Fall-filling Weekend for Under $30

October 2, 2019

Before it gets too cold, explore the best of what New York City has to offer. But you don't have to spend a fortune to have a fun fall weekend.

Dean of FCLC Follows Back

Dean of FCLC Follows Back

September 17, 2019

While most adults still don’t know how to properly use hashtags, Dr. Laura Auricchio, the newly appointed Dean of Fordham College at Lincoln Center, has posted on Instagram every day for the month of August.

A Dummy’s Guide to the MTA

A Dummy’s Guide to the MTA

September 17, 2019

From taking an uptown train instead of a downtown train to missing a stop, we’ve all had our share of MTA mishaps. Now they’re a thing of the past with Loreen Ruiz’s guide to the NYC subway.

Lessons Learned Down Under

Lessons Learned Down Under

September 17, 2019

Students study abroad for many reasons; Maddy Casale wanted change. While some venture across the pond, Casale trekked down under, through a non-Fordham study abroad program at the University of Melbourne. With a semester on the other side of the world from Lincoln Center, Casale talked to us about the lessons she learned abroad and the transition upon returning.