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USG Town Hall Spotlights Student Concerns

USG Town Hall Spotlights Student Concerns

December 4, 2019

Fordham Lincoln Center’s United Student Government (USG) prepared for the upcoming spring semester by hosting their first Town Hall on Nov. 14 to hear the student body’s concerns on Fordham’s mandatory health care, Food Services’ price increase, and the transparency of the Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) at Fordham.

VIDEO: A Dummy’s Guide to the MTA

October 2, 2019

For New York newcomers, the subway evokes images of rats, delays and some memorable characters. While...

A Dummy’s Guide to the MTA

A Dummy’s Guide to the MTA

September 17, 2019

From taking an uptown train instead of a downtown train to missing a stop, we’ve all had our share of MTA mishaps. Now they’re a thing of the past with Loreen Ruiz’s guide to the NYC subway.

A Tale of Two Cities: San Francisco vs. New York

A Tale of Two Cities: San Francisco vs. New York

July 18, 2019

My West Coast friends see me as a traitor for leaving the “Best Coast,” while my East Coast friends mock me for my Valley girl accent and sunny outlook — a stark contrast to the average no-nonsense, blunt New Yorker. 

They Were Elected Into Power, But What Can USG Officers Do?

They Were Elected Into Power, But What Can USG Officers Do?

April 9, 2019

Dean of Students Keith Eldredge said that USG is at its most influential when members are united, sharing responsibilities and convictions.

Lincoln Center Elects Thermadam and Stryczek in Vote for a ‘Status Quo’ USG

Lincoln Center Elects Thermadam and Stryczek in Vote for a ‘Status Quo’ USG

April 3, 2019

Tina Thermadam defeated Austin Tong in a race that wrestled with the very structure of student government.