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


EESHITA WADE, Assistant Social Media Editor

Eeshita Wade (she/her), GSBLC ’25, is an assistant social media editor at The Observer. She is a global business major concentrating in finance and economics. When she’s not writing, reporting or posting for The Observer, you can find her wandering around Central Park, reading a novel or rewatching “Gilmore Girls” for the millionth time.

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Ellie Kroznuski, GSBRH ’26, chose Fordham for its location in NYC and proximity to many entertainment industry icons like Broadway.

University Acceptance Rate Decreases

May 10, 2022
Peek added that the university’s acceptance rate is currently 53.6%, compared to last year’s acceptance rate of 58.3%.
for an article on accessibility, a girl tries to use the elevator while using crutches

Students Report Issues With Accessibility

April 7, 2022
Students report disability accessibility issues with Lowenstein, Gabelli and the Garden Lounge and other elevators around campus.
map of mcmahon second floor with gym plans

McMahon Gym to Undergo Renovations

April 7, 2022
The McMahon Fitness Center is scheduled to begin its renovation in May after residents leave for the summer break.
for an article about positive cases among students, student wearing mask sitting in front of computer with degreeworks open

‘I didn’t see that email’: Some Students Unaware of University COVID-19 Absence Protocol, Accommodations

March 21, 2022
Some Fordham students who test positive are confused about COVID-19 absence protocols and may work with faculty to request accommodations.
center for cybersecurity entrance door in the 140 west building

Cybersecurity Center Secures $4.1 Million Grant

February 17, 2022
The grant will help students pursue a Master of Science or jobs in cybersecurity, business management, or law enforcement.
students sitting in a Fordham classroom wearing masks

Lincoln Center Case Numbers Drop, Following NYC Trend

October 13, 2021
After reaching a peak of 57 COVID-19 cases on campus, case numbers have begun to decrease matching declining trend of cases in New York City.
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