Fordham Daily to partner with Lincoln Center’s Observer

Tyler Martins, FCLC ’15 and editor-in-chief of The Fordham Observer, and Connor Ryan, FCRH ’15 and founder of Fordham Daily, have announced that the two campus news organizations will be joining forces for the remainder of the spring semester. The partnership, which is effective immediately, will maximize campus readership for both organizations by broadening content […]

IT’S ABOUT TIME! Mc$hane speaks out against sex assault

Fordham President Fr. Joseph McShane, S.J., broke his years-long silence this week on the subject of campus sexual assault — “a crime and a sin” — in a tightly controlled message, sent by way of his monthly community letter to students, faculty and staff. Instead of reiterating campus policies — “Having made it this far in […]

LINCOLN CENTER CRIES POOR MOUTH: Under the Tent cancelled

As Fordham families struggle to pay the yearly $45,000+ tuition bill, school officials announced this year’s “Under the Tent” dance at Lincoln Center has been cancelled — due to lack of funding!  Dr. Dorothy Wenzel, director of OSL&CD at Lincoln Center, broke the news. “The only way we could afford this event was to have the tent […]

SCORE! Fordham may not have to make up for Thursday: admin

Updated: Thursday at 3:15 p.m. It ain’t spring yet. After announcing that campus would open late Thursday afternoon, school officials said in the morning that all campuses would close for the day as snow continued to fall in the Tri-state area. Ram Van service was suspended Thursday, and officials said it plans on resuming Friday. Fordham has already made plans to […]

SHOWER SLEEPER! Snoozin’ dope floods Lincoln Center dorm

Must have been a rough week. One dog-tired Lincoln Center student turned on the shower in his McMahon apartment Friday night — and then fell asleep, leaving the water running all night, officials said. The water flooded part of the eighth floor hallway, where the apartment was located, and spread all the way down to the lobby […]

MONDAY CURSE SURVIVES? Snow expected to hit overnight

Say it ain’t snow. The New York City area is gripping for two to four inches of snow and chilling temperatures Monday night, according to the latest forecast from the National Weather Service. Fordham Public Safety announced that all campuses would open at 11:30 am on Tuesday, which will be operating on a Monday schedule. Monday classes at […]

Mystery perp burns paper on Lincoln Center bulletin board

Lincoln Center is burning — and Public Safety needs your help! School officials are scrambling to determine who is responsible for burning papers that were found Saturday night tacked to a bulletin board on the 18th floor of McKeon Hall, a dorm on the Lincoln Center campus. A safety supervisor responded to reports of a […]