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It wouldn't be finals season without Quinn Library being full of students getting some last minute studying in.

A Final Ode to Finals

December 17, 2019

Finals season has arrived in my life like a hurricane and just as quickly swept away. Where there once was a crowded library, students screaming on the plaza and last-minute studying, only silence and the posting of final grades remain.

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.

After lack of interest when it opened last year, Quinn X was rebranded for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Quinn X Reopens For the Second Time this Year

September 18, 2019

Advertised as "the silent study space," Quinn X returns with a more concrete idea of what it offers students.

Old Quinn Library’s empty space holds potential for a multitude of (still undecided) uses in the future.

Administration Inactive as Old Quinn Languishes

November 14, 2018

For the indefinite future, the best view students will get of the old Quinn Library space will continue to be through its locked doors.

Fordham Libraries Unveils

Fordham Libraries Rolls Out “Fake News” Guide

April 10, 2017

By ELIZABETH LANDRY News Co-Editor As has come to the attention of national conversation, discerning w...

Fordham Libraries Unveils

Change in Library Hours Spurs Backlash

February 24, 2017

The university has decided to shorten the operating hours of Quinn Library after observing low usage...

A recently-discovered “smoking gene” makes it harder for some to quit. (CRAIG CALEFATE/THE OBSERVER)

Extinguishing Fordham’s Smoking Habit

November 16, 2016

By RUBY BUDDEMEYER Features Co-Editor Every year on the third Thursday of November, the American Can...

The McNally Amphitheatre is one of the many new venues in the 140 building. (PHOTO BY BEN MOORE/THE OBSERVER)

Inside 140, Lincoln Center’s Newest Addition

August 26, 2016

By ELIZABETH LANDRY Asst. News Editor The old law building sat largely unexplored by Fordham Lincoln Center u...

Non-Law students will see this study space again in fall of 2015. (PHOTO BY MARIA KOVOROS/THE OBSERVER)

Law Library to Renew Ban on April 27

April 15, 2015

By CONNOR MANNION Asst. News Co-Editor Published: March 15, 2015 Fordham undergraduate students and gra...

Snow Storm 2015: How Juno Affected Students

January 28, 2015

By ADRIANA GALLINANews EditorPublished: January 28, 2015 Monday, Jan. 26 brought worry that there would be one of the worst blizzards New York City has ever seen. Winter Storm Juno had winds predicted up to 30 miles per hour and snowfall predicted up to 18 inches, although only seven inches accumulated. It was expected to be ...

Maloney will re-open to all students after break, but law students are petitioning for a year-round ban. (Tyler Martins / The Observer)

Undergraduates Banned from Maloney Library

December 22, 2014

By CONNOR MANNIONStaff WriterPublished: December 10, 2014 Undergraduates at Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) campus were banned from the Law Scho...

Staff Editorial: Give me access or give me death – or at least my tuition back

December 22, 2014

By STAFFPublished: December 10, 2014 Effective Nov. 24, the Maloney Library in the Law School became one of the most exclusive places on campus: Fordham undergraduate students are no longer allowed to use the space during final exam periods. The kicker? While we are forced to succumb to the windowless abyss that is Quinn Library...