The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

Eric Schneider, FCLC ’23 and a 2023 Fulbright scholarship recipient, taught in Côte d’Ivoire for the 2023-24 academic year.
State Department Recognizes Fordham as Top Fulbright Producer
Scholarship recipients discuss their application journey and their experience working abroad.
Ilyasah Shabazz Speaks at Fordham
The discussion, “Empowering Voices: A Legacy of Inclusion within the Youth” was hosted by ASILI at the Rose Hill campus.
Fordham Law Hosts Michelle Alexander
The renowned author discussed topics surrounding mass incarceration from her bestselling book, "The New Jim Crow."
Commuters Criticize Fordham’s Safety Notices
Commuters have expressed disapproval with Fordham’s attendance policy due to its lack of flexibility during times of crisis.
IT Launches New AI Tools
Fordham’s IT department rolls out AI tools to enhance learning and admin tasks, emphasizing responsible usage in classrooms.
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Attendees at the anti-racism focused event were motivated to consider Dr. King Jr.’s idea of a ‘Beloved Community’
Anti-Racism Advisory Hosts Inaugural Beloved Community Celebration
Following revisions of FDA blood donation regulations over the years, the agency has officially eliminated the broad restrictions excluding blood donors on the basis of sexual orientation.
Queer Students Now Eligible To Donate Blood
Fordham University secures a $50 million grant from the EPA, empowering the university to address environmental injustices and propel faculty-led environmental research initiatives.
Fordham Awarded $50 Million Grant from the EPA
Some Fordham students chose to stay in university residence halls over break to enjoy what the city and school have to offer.
Students Spend Their Winter Break at Fordham
The large snowfall accumulation on the first day of classes resulted in pathways on campus and around the city being icy and slippery.
First Day of Classes and Record-Breaking 1.7 Inches of Snow Coincide
Members of the Fordham community congregated in front of the Leon Lowenstein entrance in protest of the university’s response to the Israel-Hamas war.
Students Protest for Palestine
The prayer rooms are being remodeled to better accommodate the growing Muslim student population.
Students and Campus Ministry Renovate Prayer Room
The prayer rooms are being remodeled to better accommodate the growing Muslim student population.
Adams’ Budget Cuts Force Closure of New York’s Public Libraries Sundays
New York Public Libraries face Sunday closures due to budget cuts. Fordham students express concern for education resources and community programs.
Student Clubs and Administrators Confront Israel-Hamas War
Fordham reflects on violence between Israel and Hamas.
MTA Raises Fare for First Time in Eight Years
The toll and 4% fare increase will impact the commuter population at Fordham, which makes up 50% of undergraduate students, who utilize the MTA regularly
Public Safety Issues Advisory Over Poor Air Quality Conditions in New York City Area
Robert Fitzer, associate vice president for public safety, sent a university-wide advisory on June 7 detailing the smoky, hazy conditions and recommendations to combat the poor air quality.  
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Regarding free speech on college campuses, Tetlow noted that the Jesuit superpower of discernment is necessary in having effective conversations with one another.
Tetlow Casts Vision for 2024 and Beyond
By MARYAM BESHARA February 29, 2024

For University President Tania Tetlow, her golden retriever Archie — a campus celebrity among Fordham community members — is the ultimate...