By Max Prinz Playing in their first Patriot League game since 2009, the Fordham Rams defeated the Holy Cross Crusaders, 45-16, showing off their full arsenal of offensive weapons. […]
By Max Prinz The Student Life Council held its inaugural meeting of the semester today in the newly renovated Bepler Commons in Faber Hall. The council tabled two of its […]
By Samantha Franco
Over 400,000 people from across the nation assembled on Central Park West on Sunday for the People’s Climate March in New York City, hoping to catch the attention of United Nations leaders before they debated on environmental action at the United Nations climate summit on Tuesday.
By Joseph Vitale
President Obama’s administration last Friday advanced its initiative to combat sexual assault on college campuses by formally launching “It’s on Us,” a nationwide public service campaign that urges young people to play an active role in preventing sexual assaults on college campuses.
By Katie Meyer
At the College Democrats’ first meeting last year, one of the club’s new members was curious about the College Democrats’ relationship with the College Republicans.
By Michael Cavanaugh
Recently, students and faculty alike who regularly use the RamFit Center have experienced frustration in regard to the lack of space provided by the fitness facilities. A quick trip to the gym’s back room, where the free weights are closely-arranged in the narrow corridor, is all that one needs to understand the campus’ general attitude toward the current state of the fitness facilities.
By Jeff Coltin
If Rose Hill is your new home, the Volunteer and Internship Fair is your welcoming neighbor. She bakes you cookies, tells you the hot spots in the area and pushes you to get involved with some groups in the community.
By Alexandra Laird
Most students are familiar with the small, enclosed graveyard next to the university church. Fordham students pass the cemetery every day on their way to class, but very few know the truth about what—or what doesn’t—lie beneath. Incoming students and visitors to the school indulge in rumors that the cemetery is a “phantom” one or “just for show.”
By Laura Sanicola
On Wednesday, Sept. 17, students with a passion for business, computing and social innovation and entrepreneurship met at the Fordham Foundry in Fordham Plaza.
By Robert Frerich & Laura Sanicola
In a move that has shaken the Fordham community, Sodexo at The Grille reduced the number of chicken strips from five to three pieces for a meal exchange swipe. In addition, potato chips serve as the sole option for entrees that previously included the option of fries.