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Suffering from FOMO? Here’s What You Should Really Fear

Suffering from FOMO? Here’s What You Should Really Fear

December 5, 2018

Taking a moment to slow down in a city so fast is healthy.

What Makes College Worth It?

What Makes College Worth It?

October 1, 2015

By CECILE NEIDIG Staff Writer There are six experiences that the most successful college graduates all s...

The World Needs “Ze,” and Fordham Does Too

The World Needs “Ze,” and Fordham Does Too

September 30, 2015

By TYLER BURDICK Opinions Co-Editor A revolution is afoot. Harvard University has implemented a policy which...

Please Don’t Ban Required Reading Books

Please Don’t Ban Required Reading Books

September 8, 2015

By ANNUNZIATA SANTELLI Asst. Opinions Editor The censorship of required reading in schools is oft...

Inside the Fordham Observer

Inside the Fordham Observer

March 12, 2015

By NINNET RODRIGUEZ & SRI STEWART Staff Videographers Published: March 12, 2015 Take a look behind the scenes of the Fordham Observer, FCLC's...

The Paradox of Affirmative Action Based on Diversity

March 6, 2015

Filed under Opinions, Politics, Pop Culture

By JONATHAN MILOHNICStaff WriterPublished: March 6, 2015 Abigail Fisher, who was denied acceptance to the University of Texas’ Austin campus in 2008, has brought her case to the Supreme Court for a second time. In 2008, Fisher claimed that the University of Texas violated the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amend...

On Cards Against Humanity

February 5, 2015

Filed under Opinions, Pop Culture

By CHRISSY PUSZ Contributing WriterPublished: February 5, 2015 In an average college dorm room one is sure to find three things: scattered textbooks, week-old bowls of macaroni and cheese and Cards Against Humanity. Since its 2011 release, Cards Against Humanity has become the quintessential party game for teenagers and thei...

Can “Unwanted Sex” Be Ambiguous?

January 30, 2015

Filed under Opinions, Pop Culture

By EMILY SITNERStaff WriterPublished: January 22, 2014 College widens one’s view of the world, offering a myriad of classes, lectures, clubs and people to ultimately shape the perspective one chooses to take of not only him or herself, but also of life outside of college. In addition to the academic and extracurricula...

We Are Witnessing the Start of a New Chapter

August 28, 2014

Filed under Staff Editorial

Staff Editorial, Issue 8Published: August 28, 2014 For the incoming class of freshman, you’re about to embark on a four-year journey (for some of you, even longer) where you will find yourself (or at least try to). For the returning class of seniors, you’re about to finish that very same journey and find your place in th...

CSA Airs Commuter Grievances

CSA Airs Commuter Grievances

April 6, 2014

By TYLER MARTINS Arts and Culture Co-Editor Published: April 2, 2014 On Thursday, March 13, the Commuter Student Association (CSA) presented the members o...

Eliminating The College Essay: Another Attempt at Dumbing Down America

Eliminating The College Essay: Another Attempt at Dumbing Down America

February 26, 2014

By ELIZABETH ATHY Contributing Writer Published: February 26, 2014 Midterms are upon the students once again at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC), whic...

At The Moment, College is Hardly Worth It

At The Moment, College is Hardly Worth It

February 4, 2014

  By STEFANIE COCOZZELLI Contributing Writer Published: February 4, 2014 Imagine being paid not to go to college: it may sound strange, but ...

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