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Fordham Responds to a Fifth Bias Incident

Fordham Responds to a Fifth Bias Incident

March 10, 2016

By Erin Shanahan A small swastika was found scratched onto the inside of a trash room door at Lincoln Center’s McMahon Hall yesterday, March 9. The University was alerted of this fifth bias incident in an email sent ou...

Diversity Task Force Holds A Series of Town Hall Meetings

Diversity Task Force Holds A Series of Town Hall Meetings

March 9, 2016

Editors’ Note: March 9, 2016. An earlier version of this article in print did not include the correct photo of Peter Vaughan. By Kenneth Iselhart III A task force established to assess race relations o...

Office of Multicultural Affairs Plans Race Relations Initiatives

February 10, 2016

By Shea Redwine The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) is currently developing programs to institute change in race relations following last semester’s bias incidents. Dean Juan Matos, who is in his ...

McCarthy Joins Campus Ministry

McCarthy Joins Campus Ministry

February 3, 2016

By Theresa Schliep    As a Californian transplanted to the Bronx and the new Vice President for Mission Integration and Planning, Michael C. McCarthy, S.J., replaces Monsignor Joseph G. Quinn, J.D., J.C.L., the vice president for un...

Gabelli Announces New Assistant Dean for Freshmen

Gabelli Announces New Assistant Dean for Freshmen

February 3, 2016

By Erin Shanahan As Dean Greer Jason takes on the newly created position of senior assistant dean of undergraduate studies in the Gabelli School of Business, Marisa Totino has stepped in as the new assistant dean for freshmen. T...

Investigation Finds Allegations of Public Safety, FUEMS Misconduct Unfounded

Investigation Finds Allegations of Public Safety, FUEMS Misconduct Unfounded

February 2, 2016

By Laura Sanicola The November allegations brought against Fordham Public Safety and Fordham University Emergency Medical Services (FUEMS) by Marissa Marcinelli, FCRH ’17 have been deemed unfounded following investigation, according to an e...

Sodexo Avoids $3 Million Penalty by Terminating Current Agreement

Sodexo Avoids $3 Million Penalty by Terminating Current Agreement

January 29, 2016

By Theresa Schliep and Laura Sanicola With Fordham's current agreement with its food provider, Sodexo, ending in June 2016, Sodexo will likely avoid a $3 million penalty for landing on the Princeton Review’s worst food list again th...

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