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Percent of worldwide blockchain deals of companies based in the U.S. and China, showing the U.S. at 51% and China at 2% of 2015 deals and the U.S. at 31% and China at 22% of 2019 deals

While the World Battles the Novel Coronavirus, China Is Transforming Into the Global Blockchain Leader

May 12, 2020

Technology undeniably plays an unstoppable, crucial role in our lives. The forefront superpower position will be inhabited by the most advanced nation.

On the first Hawaiian Shirt Thursday, the writer’s Latin professor boosted morale by having everyonewear print shirts and use fun virtual backgrounds.

Online Classes Are Good for Older Professors

April 7, 2020

Many of our professors are boomers. That’s not an insult, just a fact: It takes years to earn a degree and even more to become tenured at a university.

As technology evolves, humanity's approach to curating prophylactics follows suit.

How Artificial Intelligence Is Supporting Humanity in the Battle Against Coronavirus

April 1, 2020

We might need to accept the fact that while AI will not be our lone savior this time, it might provide a thicker layer of protection from future pandemics.

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Staff Editorial: Empower Faculty to Use Technology

November 13, 2019

Printing is an incessant subject of debate at Fordham Lincoln Center. Long readings or book excerpts ...

Don’t Underestimate the Power of Airplane Mode

October 16, 2019

It was the notification from Chick-fil-A that drove me over the edge.

Do you hear the people sing? Singing the songs of tired men? It is the music of a people who will not walk at Rose Hill without hoverboards again.

Lincoln Center Students Need Hoverboards

October 16, 2019

It is absolutely outrageous that the university expects us to go through the arduous task of putting one foot in front of the other for longer than five total minutes to get to a class.

Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman of Google parent company Alphabet, resigned from his position in Dec. 2017. (Courtesy of Thomas Hawk via Flickr)

Google: Living in A World of Ignorance

March 30, 2018

By GIANNA SMERAGLIA Copy Editor On Dec. 21, 2017, it was announced that the executive chairman of...

FCLC '19 student Hailey Morey demonstrating how often we look at our screens in Lowenstein on March 22, 2017. (BROOKE PARRETT/THE OBSERVER).

Preventing Digital Eye Strain

April 20, 2017

By JADE GRIFFIN Staff Writer Digital devices permeate just about every aspect of the American life. Blu...

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Unencrypted Phones Pose Security Threat for Students, President Alike

April 18, 2017

By MARINA POUDRET Contributing Writer In recent months, the question of phone security has surfaced acr...

Fitbit’s wireless syncing feature enables users to access their activity data across all online devices. (Photo Courtesy of Tom Wallace/ Minneapolis Star Tribune via TNS)

Fitbit Technology is the Key to a Healthier Lifestyle

April 7, 2016

By MOHDSHOBAIR HUSSAINI Asst. Sports Editor Since the Lincoln Center campus is located in the heart of New York ...


Tell Tale Tech: Reality Check

March 4, 2016

By BEN MOORE Managing/Online Editor Virtual reality (VR) is figuratively everywhere. From a much more...

Tell Tale Tech: The Basics; Better

Tell Tale Tech: The Basics; Better

August 26, 2015

By BEN MOORE Managing/Online Editor Macs and PCs get the basics right, but sometimes stock programs j...