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Who’s that kid? It’s Claire Mullen, FCRH ’16

Who’s that kid? It’s Claire Mullen, FCRH ’16

April 30, 2014

Claire Mullen, FCRH ‘16, traveled to Vietnam in 2011 while on a gap year. (Courtesy of Claire Mullen) By Nicole Horton Whether she is traveling around the world, writing or exploring New York City, Claire Mullen, FCRH...

Who’s That Kid? It’s Megan Fitzgerald, GSB ‘17

Who’s That Kid? It’s Megan Fitzgerald, GSB ‘17

April 9, 2014

By FELICIA CZOCHANSKI Whether she’s traveling the world, in goal for Fordham’s Division I soccer team or simply hanging out with her friends, Megan Fitzgerald’s, GSB ‘17, smile, laugh and love for life a...

Who’s that Kid? It’s Emily Raleigh, FCRH ‘16

Who’s that Kid? It’s Emily Raleigh, FCRH ‘16

March 26, 2014

By ROBERT FRERICH An ever-busy sophomore with more on her plate than most could fathom, Emily Raleigh, FCRH ’16, is on her way to the top. In the midst of her bustling daily schedule, Emily gave me a minute to s...

Who’s That kid? It’s Michael Prescia, FCRH ’14

Who’s That kid? It’s Michael Prescia, FCRH ’14

March 12, 2014

By AMANDA GIGLIO If I had to identify one person who embodies Fordham’s Jesuit traditions, Michael Prescia would be the first to come to mind. From the same little town on Long Island as I, Michael has ...

Who’s That Kid? It’s Patrick Donovan Hood, FCRH ’17

Who’s That Kid? It’s Patrick Donovan Hood, FCRH ’17

March 5, 2014

By LAURA SANICOLA It is halfway through the second semester of the academic year, and by this point, many freshmen are acclimated to life at Fordham. After a second midterms week, hectic all-nighters are becoming...

Who’s That Kid?  It’s Travis Navarro, GSB ’16

Who’s That Kid? It’s Travis Navarro, GSB ’16

February 19, 2014

By FELICIA ZHANG Travis Navarro, sophomore in the Gabelli School of Business, is from paradise (also known as Hawaii). “It’s a chill place. It’s everything you can ask for out of a place,” said Travis about Kauai, his...

Who’s that kid?  It’s Andrew Maitner, FCRH ‘14

Who’s that kid? It’s Andrew Maitner, FCRH ‘14

February 12, 2014

By MAX PRINZ SPORTS EDITOR There are two ways to get to know Andrew Maitner. The first is to look at his Instagram account. Seriously, go do it now. He’s @ajmaitner. Andrew sets the standard for p...

Who’s That Kid? It’s Jonathan O’Neill, FCRH ‘15

Who’s That Kid? It’s Jonathan O’Neill, FCRH ‘15

February 5, 2014

By KATIE NOLAN When I caught up with Jonathan O’Neill, he was on his way to his second rehearsal for his play My Personal Hell by Jonathan O’Neill. It will be premiering as the first Fordham Experimental The...

Who’s That Kid? It’s Celia Aniskovich, FCRH ’14

Who’s That Kid? It’s Celia Aniskovich, FCRH ’14

January 29, 2014

By KELLY KULTYS From France to London, from boarding school to Fordham, , has constantly held one idea: Her desire to tell stories. And now, as her four years in the Bronx draw to a close, she’s turning thi...

Who’s That Kid? It’s Aaron DeVera, FCRH ’16

Who’s That Kid? It’s Aaron DeVera, FCRH ’16

January 22, 2014

By Joe Vitale In one of the two bedrooms in a small apartment on Belmont Avenue, a short walk from campus, the decorative style is minimal but punchy. On the right side of the bedroom, a golden pi...

Who’s That Kid? It’s Joe Halpin, GSB ’17

December 4, 2013

A MEMBER OF GSB ‘17 MAJOR: Business Administration HOMETOWN: Chicago, Il Describe yourself in a couple sentences for the readers. Caffeine addict. Paper cut survivor. Nap enthusiast. What is your favorite aspect of Fordham and why? Its location. I love New York City, and I love that Fordham has the benefits of a college campus and all that a city has to offer. If there was one thing about Fordham you could change wh...

Who’s That Kid? It’s Elle Clarke Crane, FCRH ’16

November 20, 2013

A MEMBER OF FCRH '16 MAJOR: COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES HOMETOWN: AVON, CONN. Describe yourself in a couple of sentences for the readers. I love people. I love pugs. I love Pugsley’s. I love performing. I love alliteration. What is your favorite aspect of Fordham and why?  I would say the people.  Before coming to Fordham, I anticipated that everyone would be similar, but there is a great deal of diversity. No...

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