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Written by Madyson Spano
Neither Rose Hill nor Lincoln Center offers the traditional experience most students associate with stereotypical universities. The Jesuit tradition, the core curriculum, and the vital location of Fordham define the school's base foundation as a hands-on liberal institution. Once you split the University, you'll discover two different worlds: the green college community-feel of Rose Hill and the urban buzz of Lincoln Center. Some students claim that there is a heated rivalry between the two major campuses. Although many Rose Hill students go four years without visiting Lincoln Center (and vice versa), the two campuses complement one another quite nicely. Prospective students, however, will only apply to one of the schools.
At Fordham, the small class sizes and friendly professors create a tight-knit intellectual community. Classes are not about lecture notes, but about the students and how they interpret and mold their own educations. If you think that desks should be equipped with a pull out pillow rest made exclusively for in-class napping, then Fordham is not the college for you. While Fordham's core requirements are quite large and (some say) rigid, students must ultimately push themselves to discover and appreciate their chosen area of study. From Career Planning, to expert professors, to the city itself, there are ample resources available to succeed at Fordham. It is up to you to use them. Social life may not involve toga wear or weekly keggers, but students generally don't mind the scarcity of such activities. Rose Hillers enjoy typical college activities while sorting through their own little Bronx venues, while Lincoln Center students take advantage of what New York City's upscale community has to offer.
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