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Students Receive Disciplinary Action In Response to Protest
News, Student Life

Students Receive Disciplinary Action In Response to Protest

By Aislinn Keely, Victor Ordonez, Theresa Schliep and Erin Shanahan In response to Thursday’s protest, during which protestors attempted to enter Cunniffe House, the administration has taken disciplinary action on several students involved. As an interim measure, the administration told four students involved with the protest to leave campus on Friday, April 28 and not…

More Students Apply, Yet Yield Stays the Same
Admissions, News

More Students Apply, Yet Yield Stays the Same

By Marianys Marte and Hannah Gonzalez Fordham received a record number of applicants to the undergraduate schools for the class of 2021, but the class’s year remains constant with years prior. This is the 26th consecutive year of application growth. The class of 2021 had an acceptance rate of 46 percent, fairly consistent with the past…

Licensed Starbucks to Open in Dealy Hall
News, Student Life

Licensed Starbucks to Open in Dealy Hall

By Theresa Schliep Tired of the walk to Fordham Plaza when you want a unicorn frappe or normal coffee? Walk no further, because Starbucks is coming inside the gates and into Dealy Hall. “We are always looking for ways to enhance the dining program,” said Deming Yaun, dining services contract liaison at the university on…

SJP Files Lawsuit Against University
News, Student Life

SJP Files Lawsuit Against University

By Victor Ordonez Several Fordham students filed a lawsuit against the university on April 26 over its refusal to grant club status to Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP). These students will be represented by the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), Palestine Legal and cooperating counsel and constitutional lawyer Alan Levine. The students and organizations filed…

Our Hand In Social Justice On Campus
Opinion

Our Hand In Social Justice On Campus

We must not only hold our administration accountable for developing programs to support the expansion of diversity inclusion, but also accept our responsibility for sustaining these programs and, therefore, a more inclusive University environment.

Fordham Should Strengthen Its Core
Opinion

Fordham Should Strengthen Its Core

As institutions tasked with the ominous duty of shaping the future generations, universities should take the matter of physical education more seriously. The increasing emphasis on physical education in schools across the country must transition into the higher learning sphere as well.

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