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The Fordham Lincoln Center Campus has gone through a number of changes since it was founded in the late 1960s. The Board of Advisors was one element of continuity from 1989 to 2019.

What Was the Board of Advisors?

October 16, 2019

“I think one of the unfortunate things, and I think I might have done this differently if I could go back and do it over, was that the board was very quiet. They didn’t trumpet what they did, but they did an awful lot,” said Grimes. “I would hate for anybody to think that they were do-nothing board. They really quite a bit.”

Rev. Robert Grimes, S.J., served as dean for 20 years, making him Fordham’s longest serving dean.

Walk On

May 1, 2019

As dean of Fordham College at Lincoln Center, Rev. Robert Grimes, S.J., led the school to down a path to prominence. Out of office and recovering from treatment, he now has to forge one for himself

Wertz is the interim dean of FCLC while the search committee finds a successor for Grimes.

UPDATED: Search for FCLC Dean Nearing Conclusion

April 20, 2019

At a College Council meeting on April 4, attendees discussed an end of April deadline.

Mariam Wahba, the sole attendant of the Witt/Kieffer student information session in the search for a new dean of FCLC. (CARMEN BORCA-CARRILLO/THE OBSERVER)

Search for Dean Lacks Student Support

December 6, 2018

Despite attempts to include community voices in the decision, the search’s current state of affairs shows little promise for further student involvement.

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Fordham Raises Tuition by 3.75 Percent

September 14, 2016

Fordham University’s tuition went up this summer by 3.75 percent, bringing it to a total of $47,850....

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CMS Cuts Ties with The Observer: The State of Student Journalism

August 26, 2016

When the CMS department decided to cut ties with The Observer, we were foremost concerned with how w...

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...

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CMS Cuts Ties with The Observer: Alumni Voice Support

August 26, 2016

When the CMS department decided to cut ties with The Observer, we were foremost concerned with how w...

Students speaking with professors at College Council. Two new minors were given a positive recommendation during the council meeting (PHOTO BY CONNOR MANNION/THE OBSERVER)

College Council Talks New Minors and Middle States

April 12, 2016

By CONNOR MANNION News Editor On Thursday, April 7, College Council met for the final time in the spring semest...

Steve D'Agustino, director of Online Learning, giving a presentation of how to manage and teach an online class through systems like BlackBoard. (PHOTO BY CONNOR MANNION/THE OBSERVER)

College Council Approves Change to Major, Talks Online Classes

March 14, 2016

By CONNOR MANNION News Editor On March 10, College Council reconvened to continue their discussion on the appro...

Robert Grimes (center) led the discussion with news of what was going on at Fordham (CONNOR MANNION/THE OBSERVER)

College Council Discusses New Creative Writing Chair and Middle States

February 15, 2016

By CONNOR MANNION News Co-Editor/Asst. Literary Editor While the bi-annual Club Day went on in the Indoor ...

In the center of the photo, Professor Gwenyth Jackaway, associate chair of Communication and Media Studies at Fordham, sits with professor Jacqueline Reich, chair of Communication and Media Studies. (PHOTO BY TYLER MARTINS/THE OBSERVER)

Council Approves Comm Majors

April 29, 2015

By ADRIANA GALLINA Editor-in-Chief Published: April 29, 2015 Fordham at Lincoln Center’s Colle...