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Poet, Playwright, Professional Tells Story

Poet, Playwright, Professional Tells Story

December 5, 2018

Maria Aponte discusses facing personal tragedy through art and what Fordham can do to curb racism.

Garden of Happiness Supports Community Through Hot Sauce Sales

Garden of Happiness Supports Community Through Hot Sauce Sales

December 5, 2018

Local garden focus on community along with commercial partnership.

Humanities See Drop in Students, Fordham Follows National Trend

Humanities See Drop in Students, Fordham Follows National Trend

November 28, 2018

Following national trends, Fordham students are studying humanities less with a drop from 595 students to 482.

Uniquely-Structured Courses Draw Higher Student Interest

Uniquely-Structured Courses Draw Higher Student Interest

November 7, 2018

Fordham's popular classes range from Dr. Mark Naison's "Rock & Roll to Hip-Hop" to Prof. Francis Petit's "Sports Marketing" to Dr. Scott Poulson-Bryant's "Stayin' Alive: Performing Race and Ethnicity in 1970s Literature and Popular Culture."

University Seeks to Add Tenured Professors

University Seeks to Add Tenured Professors

November 7, 2018

Fordham saw a slight decrease in the number of tenured professors, prompting the university to look for new ones.

Student Starts Company to Promote Positivity

Student Starts Company to Promote Positivity

November 7, 2018

Awful Cloth launched last month and is focused on encouraging an optimistic outlook.

Broken Equipment Raises Environmental Concerns

Broken Equipment Raises Environmental Concerns

October 17, 2018

By Alexandra Parker Fordham students find themselves repeatedly using disposable silverware and plates when dishwasher breakdowns cause the Marketplace to temporarily switch to single-use flatwear. During the most recent incident, the culpr...

Students Walk Historic Camino

Students Walk Historic Camino

October 17, 2018

By Joergen Ostensen Grace Henning, FCRH ’18, refound her Catholic faith during her time at Fordham, but it was tested as tears rolled down her cheeks on a roadside in northern Spain. Henning was walking the storied pilgrimage route of the Camino de Santiago. This pilgrimage w...

A Look at 100 Years of Women in Fordham Law

A Look at 100 Years of Women in Fordham Law

October 3, 2018

Correction: A previous version of this article incorrectly identified Praatika Prasaad as LAW '20. Prasaad is LAW '19. A previous version also failed to distinguish the difference between Fordham Law Revi...

Student Television Still Lacks Permanent Studio

Student Television Still Lacks Permanent Studio

October 3, 2018

By Hannah Gonzalez For years, the student-run program Fordham Nightly News (FNN) operated out of the functioning television studio in the basement of the Walsh Library. The space is outfitted with professional cameras, audio equipm...

University Sees Lower Tuition Increase

University Sees Lower Tuition Increase

September 26, 2018

By Joergen Ostensen This academic year, Fordham University increased its undergraduate tuition by 3.33 percent, according to Bob Howe, assistant vice president for communications. Howe said virtually all universities are consistentl...

The Bronx Park Extension,’ 116 Years of Mass Transit Later

The Bronx Park Extension,’ 116 Years of Mass Transit Later

September 26, 2018

By Amelia Antzoulatos “Fordham always had an aura,” said Michael Mari, a retired Fordham Prep professor. As a classicist, the far-away landscapes of civilizations past intrigue him. Among them ...

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