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The BeWell LC E-board smiles together in a group.

Virtual Club Spotlight: BeWell LC Goes Remote

April 28, 2020

BeWell LC held their annual spring Amazing Race online this year. The race spanned four days so it was accessible to everyone regardless of where they were.

Social House performed Ariana Grande's Grammy Nominated hit

CAB Lincoln Center Presents Fordham’s Winterfest

January 29, 2020

CAB held its annual Winterfest in Pope Auditorium on Jan. 24, featuring Fordham students as opening acts for Grammy-nominated duo Social House.

Sheldon Raymore, above, performing on Edwards Parade in 2017.

Columbus Day Controversy Sparks Petition

November 13, 2019

A petition for Fordham University to officially recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day, introduced by the Diversity Action Coalition (DAC), a committee of the United Student Government at Fordham Rose Hill, was distributed via social media throughout October.

Photos, candles and flowers line the steps of Keating Hall, the building where the accident occurred, to honor the life of Sydney Monfries.

Reflections on Sydney Monfries’ Passing

May 1, 2019

In the eyes of most students close to her, Monfries was the victim of a series of tragic events, with her death becoming the target of intense scrutiny nationwide drawing criticism and commentary from the furthest reaches of the country. Misperception of the events and a national search to place blame quickly overshadowed the impact of Monfries’ loss to the Fordham community.

Kingston will no longer perform at Fordham's annual spring concert.

Sean Kingston Removed as Spring Weekend Headliner

April 25, 2019

After weeks of aggressive campaigning on Instagram and on the Rose Hill campus by a group known as StudentsAgainstSean, Fordham administration has canceled Sean Kingston’s headlining performance at Spring Weekend.

Sean Kingston is scheduled to perform at Spring Weekend on April 27.

Students Launch Campaign Against Kingston, Rose Hill USG Calls for His Cancellation at Spring Weekend

April 12, 2019

USG's statement follows the launch of a movement to have Rose Hill's CAB remove Kingston as the headliner for Spring Weekend due to allegations of gang rape.

Sean Kingston, 29, will be one of the artists filling Soulja Boy’s absence on April 27.

Sean Kingston Added to Spring Weekend Lineup

March 28, 2019

A representative for Kingston confirmed that his upcoming “Made in Jamaica” college tour will support new music from Kingston.

In the place of Soulja Boy, Bryce Vine is slated to perform at Spring Weekend.

Bryce Vine to Perform at Spring Weekend

March 25, 2019

Vine’s confirmation came days after CAB announced they had removed Soulja Boy from the concert following his arrest for violating his probation.

As a result of his March 15 arrest, Soulja Boy has been removed from the Spring Weekend performance lineup.

CAB Removes Soulja Boy from Spring Weekend Lineup

March 22, 2019

In Soulja Boy’s place, CAB said that there will be “another entertaining performance by popular artists we have already confirmed.” Those artists are to be announced at a later date.

This year's Halloween party will be held on Oct. 31 (ASEAH KHAN/ THE OBSERVER)

CAB Plans a Sweet-Themed Halloween Party

October 26, 2017

By MARYANNA ANTOLDI Arts & Culture Editor Halloween is a time for people of all ages to dres...

Construction of the Old Law Building will be completed by Fall 2016.

Fall 2016 Brings Old Law Building New Purpose

April 23, 2015

By ANA FOTA Staff Writer Published: March 15, 2015 While the new law school building and McKeon resid...

CAB & USG Announce End of Year “Bash”

April 15, 2015

By TYLER MARTINS Editor-In-Chief Published: March 15, 2015 Campus Activities Board (CAB) and United...