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The Silly Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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Wonder was awarded an honorary doctorate of humane letters and performed to the Class of 2023 following his speech.

[Photo] Stevie Wonder Speaks to Class of 2023 at 178th Commencement

By ANDREW ARMOUR June 9, 2023

Wonder was awarded an honorary doctorate of humane letters and performed to the Class of 2023 following his speech.

Tetlow presented Stevie Wonder — a winner of 25 Grammys with 32 No. 1 singles — an honorary doctorate of humane letters from Fordham University.

Fordham Class of ’23 Storms Through the Rain To Graduate

May 30, 2023
Fordham hosted its 178th annual Commencement Ceremony at the Rose Hill campus, which was the first commencement ceremony under University President Tania Tetlow.
The TSA club tables in the Lowenstein Center to raise donations for survivors of the earthquakes in Türkiye and Syria.

New Club Supports Survivors of Türkiye and Syria Earthquakes

April 12, 2023
The Turkish Students Association is a new university-sanctioned club after students organized in response to the Kahramanmaras earthquakes.
Shabana sings with charisma and tons of energy.

Celebrate Salaam Namaste With Desi Chai and Arabic Club

March 29, 2023
Desi Chai and Arabic clubs work together to host a night of South Asian and Middle Eastern culture
Faye Gotsopoulou, FCLC ’26, performs two songs, one of which was “Black Sheep” by Metric. She has been playing and writing music since childhood and started taking guitar lessons at the age of 8.

Songwriting Club Wows Music Lovers at Open Mic Night

March 27, 2023
Fordham’s club for songwriters, musicians and fans gathers to embrace both covers and original music
Food prices in NYC have increased up to 8.4%, a change that has impacted students.

Rising Inflation Rate Affects Prices in NYC

March 24, 2023
The Fordham University community struggles with the rising cost of living as New York City becomes the most expensive city in the world.
Campus Ministry Hosts Panel on Issues Migrants and Asylum Seekers Face

Campus Ministry Hosts Panel on Issues Migrants and Asylum Seekers Face

February 24, 2023
The discussion, which took place in the Joseph M. McShane, S.J. Campus Center’s Great Hall at the Rose Hill Campus, aimed to raise awareness of the ongoing problems that migrants and asylum seekers face while crossing the U.S.-Mexico border and in New York City.
Tomodachi provides chicken katsudon (“katsu” meaning “to win”) made by Rai Rai Ken, a Japanese-owned restaurant located at East Village, to club members prior to midterm exams. It is a tradition among Japanese students to eat katsudon the night before taking an important test or school entrance exam.

Students Found First Japanese Culture Club at Fordham

February 8, 2023
Fordham Lincoln Center’s Japanese community reminisces on their progress in reconnecting with their roots and culture
Fordham Public Safety issued a ban on battery-powered scooters, bikes and skateboards on all university properties following safety recommendations from the FDNY.

[Photo] Fordham Bans Battery-Powered Vehicles

By MARYAM BESHARA January 25, 2023

Fordham Public Safety issued a ban on battery-powered scooters, bikes and skateboards on all university properties following safety recommendations from the FDNY.

 Much like its name would suggest, Cubbyhole is small and intimate, with an old school feel.

[Photo] Your Guide to NYC Lesbian Bars

By JESSICA YU November 17, 2022

Henrietta Hudson is not only the oldest lesbian bar featured here, but is also the oldest in the entire country.

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‘Extraordinary Attorney Woo:’ Representation of Disabilities in South Korea

November 17, 2022
“Extraordinary Attorney Woo,” a 16-episode TV series, has quickly become one of the most viewed non-English shows since its release in June.
At this event for the World Day of the Poor, leaders addressed the importance of reducing global poverty and climate change.

Fordham Hosts UN Event for Pope Francis’ World Day of the Poor

November 16, 2022
On behalf of Fordham, Schwalbenberg and Hincapié first presented the 2022 issue of the Pope Francis Global Poverty Index, a global multidimensional poverty measure.
Tokyo Vice focuses on the protagonists relationships with melodramatic characters.

‘Tokyo Vice’: Uncovering the Dark Side of Japan

November 14, 2022
Tokyo Vice fulfills almost everything there is to know about the dark side of Japanese society, from journalism to yakuza.
Performer skulking

Behind the Scenes at Blood Manor, The Scariest Attraction in NYC

November 7, 2022
The 10,000 square feet of themed rooms, hallways and corridors of Blood Manor are famous for terrifying New Yorkers to the max.
A protester waves the flag of the Imperial State of Iran in the air on Oct. 1 as part of the Coordinated Global Protests Around the World at Washington Square Park.

Iranian American Community Responds to Death of Mahsa Amini, as Seen From NYC

October 14, 2022
“Iran is always in my heart. Iran is my home,” she said. “The people don’t deserve this. Enough is enough. The whole of Iran has become a jail.”
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