Zarqa Nawaz, creator of the hit Canadian television show “A Little Mosque on the Prairie” spoke at Fordham about her work, from television to novels.
The Diversity Action Coalition held their first meeting, in which they looked forward to this year’s initiatives.
In an ever more polarizing presidential election, College Republicans debate whether to endorse their party’s nominee.
FUEMS has not always been the student-certified emergency response team that we’ve come to know.
After the Faculty Senate said the administration imposed an unapproved salary raise, they filed grievances with various administrative officials.
Students studying abroad are warned about “culture shock”, but when and where they will feel it varies from individual to individual.
Woodlawn Conservancy held a Summer Preservation Training Program, which proved to be a “symbiotic relationship” between the Conservancy and the Bronx community.
Businesses on Arthur Avenue held the 19th consecutive Ferragosto Festival on Sunday, with plenty of food to eat, music to listen to, and tradition to appreciate.
In light of her canonization, students share their thoughts on Mother Teresa.