By Jeff Coltin __________________________________ The day before Thanksgiving, snow dusted Edward’s Parade. Each blade of grass was tipped white. Not a single boot print ruined the even coat — there […]
By Kelly Kultys __________________________ “Honestly I was doubtful; I don’t know if we’re good enough,” admitted Erica DePalma, FCRH ’15, one of the captains of the women’s club soccer team. […]
By Laura Sanicola __________________________ Incensed by Fordham University’s policy that denies students access to and prescriptions for contraceptives on campus, dozens of student and community activists took to the streets […]
By Michael Cavanaugh ______________________ With Spring Weekend 2015 just a few months away, Campus Activities Board (CAB) has sent out its annual Spring Weekend Artist survey email blast. Students are […]
By Joe Vitale ___________________________ A life-sized cardboard cutout of Pope Francis, the first Jesuit pope and the first pope from the Americas, was stolen from Campus Ministry’s office in the […]
By Joe Vitale ____________________ The university’s two political groups, the College Republicans and the College Democrats, debated last week on a number of issues that have divided the country and […]
By Amina Bhatti ______________________________ On Thursday, Nov. 20, the Campus Assault and Relationship Education program (CARE) held a meeting to address the handling of sexual assault and misconduct on campus. […]
By Max Prinz
Entering play Monday night, the Fordham men’s basketball team was caught in a downward spiral. The team had lost four straight contests and one of its most important contributors, sophomore guard Jon Severe, had recently taken a leave of absence from the team.
By Joe Vitale ___________________________ When the U.S. News and World Report publishes its national university rankings each year, the numbers have the tendency to be regarded as arbitrary. It is […]
By Max Prinz
Last season, the Dallas Mavericks finished the year with a 49-33 record and qualified for the playoffs as the No. 8 seed in the Western Con- ference. The only problem was that that record would have made the Mavs the No. 3 seed in the much weaker Eastern Conference.