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DANIEL HUR, Staff Writer

Daniel Hur, FCLC ’23, is a staff writer for The Observer and is currently majoring in psychology. He hopes to become a therapist one day. In his free time, he loves to watch movies, write for The Observer, listen to all kinds of music and tour the city.

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the facade of fordham's university church

Fordham’s Response to Resuming Religious Gatherings

June 18, 2020
Following Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s announcement about resuming religious gatherings, the Archdiocese of New York has prepared a plan to reopen churches.
An animated graph showing Fordham's tuition increases from 2010-2011 school year to 2020-2021

Tuition Increases by 3.33% Amid High Financial Tensions

June 17, 2020
Fordham raises tuition by 3.33%, despite concerns by students that the fall semester may fall short of their expectations.
McShane Maintains Fordham on Upward Trajectory

McShane Maintains Fordham on Upward Trajectory

November 13, 2019
Fordham ranks 74th nationally among colleges and universities in the United States. In addition, Fordham maintained some positive movement for the second time in a row, rising from 203 to 176 among 800 national institutions.

Fordham Student Finishes 2019 New York Marathon

November 6, 2019
Caroline “Coco” de Marneffe, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’22, was one of two Fordham students to run in the marathon this year.
The MoMA's $450 million dollar renovation has brought new, interdisciplinary spaces for viewers to interact with artwork and experience it in new ways.

The Month of MoMA: Art Museum Opens Anew

November 6, 2019
Learn more about the changes made in MoMA's major renovation, and look inside one of its interactive exhibits made to engage all the senses with art.
Dr. Omid Safi, an expert on contemporary Islam and Islamic mysticism, spoke to freshmen from Fordham's Theology 1000 First-Year Experience class.

Dr. Omid Safi Speaks on Justice and Faith

October 30, 2019
Dr. Omid Safi, an Asian and Middle Eastern Studies professor at Duke University, spoke to Fordham students about Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy.