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

Ellie Kroznuski, GSBRH ’26, chose Fordham for its location in NYC and proximity to many entertainment industry icons like Broadway.
University Acceptance Rate Decreases
Peek added that the university’s acceptance rate is currently 53.6%, compared to last year’s acceptance rate of 58.3%.
Pulatani Elected as New USGLC President

Djellza Pulatani, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’24, was elected on April 16 as the new United Student Government at Lincoln Center...

Plant-It-Yourself Event Fosters Community Growth

In honor of Earth Day and the weeklong Earth Day celebrations, Fordham Lincoln Center’s student Environmental Club held a “Plant-It-Yourself”...

Newly Renovated Joseph M. McShane, S.J. Campus Center Unveiled

Following the announcement of University President Rev. Joseph M. McShane’s, S.J., retirement in September 2021, the board of trustees made...

University Works To Accept More Students From the Bronx
Bronx natives who are current students believe the university could improve its diversity and outreach efforts.
Public Safety Speaks on Crime Near Campus
The higher population of on-campus residents at Fordham's Rose Hill campus correlates with a higher number of reported crimes off campus.
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for an article about donna rapaccioli, the front of the gabelli school of business
BREAKING: Donna Rapaccioli Steps Down as Dean of Gabelli
for an article on reslife, the front of mcmahon hall
ResLife Expects Fewer Residents Following Decrease in Class Size
for an article about lgbtq wellness fund, a rainbow flag in front of fclc campus
First LGBTQ+ Student Wellness Fund Raises Over $60,000
advisng infographic describing three modes of advising, the three modes are listed in the article
Fordham Deans Address Problems With Advising
for an article on accessibility, a girl tries to use the elevator while using crutches
Students Report Issues With Accessibility
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Exploring the Peace and Justice Studies Program
Fordham’s Relationship With New York Public Libraries
Fordham’s Relationship With New York Public Libraries
One of the resources that New York City has to offer is the New York Public Library (NYPL) system, with over 92 branches across the boroughs.
The Journey of the D Train
The $2.75 fee of the subway is cheaper than the Ram Van, while letting students see two of the city's boroughs and to go shopping.
A Deeper Dive Into the Bronx River
Efforts are being made this Earth Week to renew, restore and conserve the Bronx River by the Fordham community with the Bronx River Alliance.
Several Injured in Brooklyn Subway Shooting
Several people were injured in a subway shooting in Brooklyn this morning, prompting the university to send emails of caution and of prayers.
Fordham Community Responds to Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine
Departments at Fordham allocate resources in solidarity with Ukraine, along with students holding a protest on the plaza.
Fordham Goes Maskless
Fordham lifted its mask mandate on Mar. 5, creating a mixed response among students according to a survey distributed by the Observer
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Students wait to board the Ram Van which makes 570 round trips each week between both campuses.
The Ram Van: A Driving Force for Intercampus Connections
By QUINCY REYES May 15, 2022
In addition to providing transportation to classes, the Ram Van has also allowed students the opportunity to become involved with activities and extracurriculars not offered at their home campus.