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Alisia Ortiz, FCLC '20, a recipient of a Fordham Summer Research Grant, will spend her summer study how

Summer in the City

May 1, 2019

Some are going home for rest and relaxation, some are doing internships, some are taking advantage of prestigious research grants, and some are finding solid ground in adult world. How are you spending your summer?

Students often lament Fordham's ranking compared to other NYC schools.

Do Fordham Students Care About Rankings?

March 11, 2019

President Rev. Joseph M. McShane, S.J., has written statements both criticizing the notion of these lists and asking the community to improve Fordham’s position in them. For the most part, though, college students find these ranking systems relatively insignificant.

If a female student wants to report a Title IX case on campus, her options are almost exclusively male. (GRAPHIC ILLUSTRATION BY ESME BLEECKER-ADAMS/THE OBSERVER)

Title IX Gender Disparity Raises Concerns

November 14, 2018

With a predominantly large presence of male staff members heading the Title IX process, questions about its contribution to the number of unreported sexual assault cases seem to emerge.

Members of SAGES gathered on Sept. 7 to inform freshmen about resources they weren't provided with during Orientation. (Lena Rose/ The Observer)

SAGES Hosts First “Fordham Disorientation”

September 12, 2018

On Sept. 7, members of the Students for Sex and Gender Equity and Safety (SAGES) Coalition hosted an...

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Students protest Fordham's handling of sexual assault

CARS-V and SAGES Demand Change at Fordham

May 31, 2018

By ALEJANDRA GARCÍA Asst. News Editor On the evening of April 18, a small but impassioned group of st...

Student-run organization Active Minds advocates for mental health visibility and support.

Stop the Stigma of Mental Illness

March 15, 2018

By ANGELIKA MENENDEZ Social Media Editor Fordham Lincoln Center’s mental health club, Active Min...