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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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JUSTIN REBOLLO, News Editor Emeritus

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McKeon Windows Stunted: Beware of Falling Objects

April 28, 2015
Beer cans, drugs, water bottles and numerous other items have been dropped by many freshmen out of the windows of McKeon.
The Observer Newsroom, featured above, is dedicated to Casey Feldman, former News Editor. (PHOTO BY EMILY TIBERIO/THE OBSERVER)

Distracted Driving Awareness Month

April 16, 2015
April is officially National Distracted Driving Awareness Month.
Courtesy of BSA.

BSA Creates Social Awareness Tumblr

March 25, 2015
“My skin is not a fetish! My hair is not a trend! Black is BEAUTIFUL!” reads one of Black Student Alliance’s (BSA) posts from their “I, Too, Am Fordham” Tumblr page launched early last week.
Pedro Cameselle to go to Uruguay for his project “... Challenge of Uruguay-US Relations during FDR Era”. (Jess Luszsczyk /The Observer)

Fordham Reaches Double Digits in Fulbright Scholars

March 11, 2015
Fordham University continues its Fulbright success which began in the 2008-2009 school year, when Fordham broke into the The Chronicle of Higher Education’s list of top ranked research university for producing Fulbrights.
Last year, there were 27 cases of Mumps throughout Fordham. (Emily Tiberio/The Observer)

Measles Outbreak: The Controversy Behind Vaccinations

February 26, 2015
Measles outbreaks across America, including one at Disneyland, have highlighted the growing issue surrounding parents not vaccinating their children. Students in New York are allowed to enroll in and attend school without vaccinations, such as the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine.
The FDA does not require labeling of genetically modified foods. 
(Emily Tiberio /The Observer)

Bio Professor Talks GMO Implications

February 11, 2015
Genetically modified organisms, (GMOs) are a hotly debated facet of the modern world, yet as technological advances continue, the nature of GMOs is changing.

Flood in McKeon Residence Hall

February 4, 2015
Around 2 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 4, a water leak occurred in room 16-14 of McKeon Residence Hall.
This is not the first time Residence Hall lounges have doubled for classrooms, according to Dean of Students at FCLC Keith Eldredge. (JESS LUSZCZYK/The Observer)

McKeon Residence Hall Used for Class

January 28, 2015
Part of McKeon Residence Hall is acting as an academic building this semester with two sections of Math for Business Calculus being held on the 22nd floor. The lounge, already equipped with a projector and whiteboards, officially doubles as a classroom. Although this is a first for McKeon, the concept of class being taught outside the classroom is not a new one for Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC).

Undoing Racism Collective Created in Wake of Ferguson

December 22, 2014
In light of the recent riots in Ferguson, Mo. and protests in New York City that passed through Columbus Circle, the Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) community members established the Undoing Racism Collective, which met for the first time on Monday, Dec. 1.
According to Fordham experts, the Pope isn’t as radical as some media outlets publicize.
(Tessa van Bergen / The Observer)

Fordham Talks Evolution and Church: They Can Co-Exist

November 20, 2014
When Pope Francis gave his address to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences in Vatican City, the media promoted the view that the Pope’s statements were controversial.
photo courtsey of Fordham IT department
Some students do not think placeholders are an adequate way to maintain registration fairness. (Photo courtesy of Fordham IT department)

Campuses Registration Inequity

November 6, 2014
Fordham University’s registration system may be unable to handle simultaneous multi-campus registration which creates disparities in an attempt to maintain equity. Fordham University Lincoln Center (FCLC) students register before Fordham College Rose Hill (FCRH), but FCLC students have to make concessions because of this.

NYC Prepares for Possible Ebola Outbreak

October 22, 2014
With cases of Ebola reaching places outside of Africa, New York City is preparing for Ebola. The virus is not in New York City despite several local scares.

S.A.G.E.S. Continues Safe Sex Advocacy

October 8, 2014
In recent weeks, Students for Sex and Gender Equity and Safety Coalition (S.A.G.E.S.) has posted flyers around Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC’s) campus. S.A.G.E.S. is promoting safe sex at Fordham and advocating against their perception of the Administration’s absent response to demands for a wider access to contraception on campus.
McKeon Hall, FCLCs Newest Residence Hall, Dedicated

McKeon Hall, FCLC’s Newest Residence Hall, Dedicated

October 1, 2014
On Wednesday, Oct. 1, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC)’s newest residence hall was dedicated.

Guest Speakers Discuss Immigration Policy

September 18, 2014
On Wednesday, Sept. 16, a group of notable speakers discussed the border crisis and America's responsibility, if any, to immigrant children at the conference “A Crisis of Conscience: What Do We Owe Immigrant Youth and Families?” held in Pope Auditorium at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC).
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