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Trained EMT Lincoln Center students hope to offer expanded training sessions across Fordham's campuses.

FUEMS Looks to Lincoln Center

February 5, 2020

Fordham University Emergency Medical Services (FUEMS) created a Lincoln Center committee on Sept. 29, 2019, in order to make the club more accessible to students at the Lincoln Center campus. However, as a club founded at Rose Hill, it still has yet to be recognized as an official club by the Office of Student Involvement at Lincoln Center.

Three Observer newspapers

Staff Editorial: Our Club System Must Evolve With Us

October 16, 2019

Club leadership issues have hit Lincoln Center particularly hard in the past few years.

Speed Date With Fordham Clubs

By ROXANNE CUBERO, Assistant Features Editor

August 25, 2019

With 53 clubs offered at Fordham Lincoln Center, it's difficult to get to know all of them in three hours. Have no fear, because your guide to Club Day is here. In this article, you will find every club at Fordham Lincoln Center, summarized in 10 words or less.

Senior Sophie Kozub, FCLC '19, reflects on the true meaning of Fordham's core values.

Club Leader Revises the Meaning of “Cura Personalis”

April 30, 2019

To say the least, I was burned out. I’d worn myself down in every possible way, playing a months-long balancing act of activities and commitments. I felt like I had entered college already starting to fizzle. Now I was preparing to graduate not with fireworks, but only with the choking ash they leave behind.

Veer Shetty, FCLC '21, joins the fight for SJP to be recognized on campus.

Sophomore Joins SJP’s Legal Battle Against Fordham

March 6, 2019

For now, SJP remains at a standstill. “We’re still not seen as legitimate, which makes it very hard to organize,” Shetty said. SJP isn’t privy to basic club privileges, such as advertising their club and events on campus, or invite guest speakers.

Members of The Comma celebrate their new independence.

The Comma Punctuates Its Independence

February 6, 2019

In its first wholly-independent magazine, students will find content published in The Observer in addition to unreleased works from this semester.


Club Fair Spells New Beginnings for Fordham Students

September 26, 2018

By KYLE KOVACS Contributing Writer On Thursday, Sept. 20, Fordham Lincoln Center (FLC) held its annu...

The Office for Student Involvement pledged support to the BSA. (Jeffrey Umbrell/THE OBSERVER)

Black Student Alliance Taking Hiatus

February 15, 2018

The Black Student Alliance (BSA) at Fordham Lincoln Center (FCLC) has made the decision to take a tem...

Despite being approved as a club by the USG, Dean Eldredge vetoed SJP's application on Dec. 22. (SCREENSHOT COURTESY OF SJP FACEBOOK GROUP)

Fordham Vetoes Students for Justice in Palestine

January 20, 2017

Dean of Students Keith Eldredge has vetoed the formation of a Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) ...

The Splinter Group's Production of “A Chorus Line” (2015) (PHOTO COURTESY OF SPLINTER GROUP)

Splinter Group Showcases Fordham Talent

September 28, 2016

By ANA FOTA Arts & Culture Co-Editor It is no surprise that a college campus only a few feet ...

The amount of money each club receives is discussed and decided upon within SABC, while trying to meet the demands of club leaders (PHOTO BY CONNOR MANNION/THE OBSERVER)

SABC Budget Remains Stagnant, While Number of Clubs Increases

August 26, 2015

UPDATED:11:51 p.m. Sept. 9, 2015 By ANA FOTA News Co-Editor During the 2014-2015 school year, 11 new...

Tuition On Rise, Club Funds Stay Small

April 29, 2015

By ANA FOTA News Co-Editor Published: April 29, 2015 As students are packing their rooms and prepar...