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Fordham Mainstage Announces 2020-2021 Shows About Purpose, Identity and Determination

Fordham Mainstage Announces 2020-2021 Shows About Purpose, Identity and Determination

April 1, 2020

The 2020-2021 season’s shows will explore questions including “What is our purpose?” “What lies ahead?” and “How am I going to get through this?”

Jade Appel, FCLC '21, walked the fashion show in a polleta, the national dress of Panama that exhibits traditional Panamanian stitchwork.

FACE Hosts Cultural Showcase

March 10, 2020

Fordham Advocates for Cultural Enrichment (FACE) held its first cultural showcase on Mar. 5 in collaboration with other cultural clubs on campus.

A Valentine's Day playlist doesn't always need to lean on love songs.

Ram Jams: Anti-Valentine’s Music

February 13, 2020

If Valentine’s Day has you in a funk this year, fear not. Pop in your headphones or turn on your speaker and get this playlist blasting.

Support local businesses by visiting Bryant Park's Winter Village, only a ten minute subway ride from Lincoln Center.

Shopping Locally this Christmas at Bryant Park’s Winter Village

December 4, 2019

Bryant Park has a Winter Village open every day that hosts over 175 boutiques. Here, you can purchase affordable and personable gifts while supporting local New York stores, artists and eateries.

The most ideal printer locations in Lowenstein are only open to faculty.

To Print or Not to Print

November 13, 2019

One might assume that, after a 30-year presence of printers in the Quinn Library, the printing system at Fordham Lincoln Center would run smoothly. Unfortunately, with each year comes new printing problems, and students and faculty alike are consistently frustrated with the situation, especially during critical periods like midterms.

Spooktacular Halloween Events in the City

Spooktacular Halloween Events in the City

October 30, 2019

Figuring out what to do for Halloween can be a daunting task in New York City. Here are a few different Halloween events in the city to check out.

An autumn-themed weekend is perfectly doable without leaving New York City.

How To: Fall-filling Weekend for Under $30

October 2, 2019

Before it gets too cold, explore the best of what New York City has to offer. But you don't have to spend a fortune to have a fun fall weekend.

Vegan pizza is just one of the delicious vegan dishes you can find off-campus.

Vegan Options Galore in NYC

April 30, 2019

There's plenty more vegan eating options than just salads.

“Satellites” explores the harsh realities of gentrification in a Brooklyn neighborhood.

“Satellites” Circles a Heavy Conversation

March 13, 2019

Fordham Theatre's mainstage, "Satellites," explores the reality of gentrification in New York City.

Long distance relationships can be difficult, but they can also help facilitate emotional growth and communication skills.

Distance Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

February 12, 2019

Kristen Skinner, staff writer, discusses the ups and downs of long distance relationships in college.

Amazon is known for its convenience and vast inventory, but it comes at a price.

Is Amazon’s Convenience Worth the Intrusion?

February 6, 2019

Kristen Skinner, staff writer, examines the relationship that students have with the online store, Amazon. Despite Amazon's convenience and vast inventory, can we ignore their intrusion of our privacy?

Burrito Box may be limited in terms of square footage, but it's colorful and friendly atmosphere is loved by Fordham students.

LC Eats: Burrito Box

January 22, 2019

When it comes to quick, easy and delicious food that isn't too hard on the wallet, Burrito Box is a spot that is loved by FCLC.