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ASILI Discusses Demands With Bronx Board 6 Manager

Kristen McNerney, Contributing Writer

July 20, 2020

Bronx Board 6 manager, John Sanchez, joined ASILI members for an Instagram live to talk about racism and Fordham's role in the Bronx community.

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Antonio Hair Studio Brings Style to Belmont Community

December 4, 2019

Hair salons decorate streets, and each one must have a way to differentiate itself from others. Across from Modern Market on Arthur Avenue lies Antonio Hair Studio, formerly known as Anthony’s Unisex...

Students will travel from Fordham to the prison for class with the women who are incarcerated.

Fordham Class Participates in Bedford Hills College Program

November 13, 2019

Anne Hoffman, Ph.D., will teach a class during the spring semester that will comprise of half incarcerated women at Bedford Hills Women’s Correctional Facility and half Fordham students.

Tourists have flocked to the Bronx to take photos in the same place as an iconic scene from the

“Joker” Steps Attract Tourists to the Bronx

November 6, 2019

The steps featured in "Joker" are attracting a lot of tourists to the Bronx neighborhood they are located in. Some encourage the tourism while others condemn it.

Bronx Oncology Living Daily tabling with students from Hunter College at The Susan G. Komen Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference.

Bronx Oncology Living Daily Hosts Month of Events for Breast Cancer Awareness

October 16, 2019

Bronx Oncology Living Daily (BOLD) is hosting a series of events throughout the month of October for Breast Cancer awareness. The Montefiore program recently started a club at Fordham.

The New York Pizza Festival took place just blocks from Fordham.

New York Pizza Festival Showcases Pizzerias From Around the World

October 8, 2019

The second annual New York Pizza Festival included pizza shops from all over the United states and from Italy.

Jenna Koury researched the NYC housing system in the Bronx. (Courtesy of Jenna Koury)

Student Researches New York City Housing System

September 24, 2019

Jenna Koury spent the summer putting together a packet that explained the NYC housing voucher system.

Gibson and Rose sell their candles and donate 10 percent of the proceeds to SLRP. (Photo courtesy of Queer Candle Co.)

Fordham Alumni Found Queer Candle Company

September 24, 2019

Abby Gibson and Alyssa Rose make and sell candles. They donate part of the proceeds to SLRP, an organization that helps LGBTQ+ individuals.

Brigaid served healthy and well balanced lunches on it's food truck. Pictured above is cheese stuffed shells with marinara sauce, Caesar salad, baked apples and milk.

“Fuel Our Kids” Initiative Provides Healthy Meals for Local Kids

September 17, 2019

Brigaid, a company that brings healthy meals to school kids, acquired a food truck this summer and distributed meals to kids around the Bronx.

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Simon’s Deli Closes After Failing to File Taxes

September 11, 2019

Simon's Deli was seized by the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance after it's owner failed to file their taxes on time.

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Bronx Night Market Brings Great Food, Music and Programming to Local Community

September 11, 2019

Bronx Night Market showcases local food vendors and businesses at its weekly event. The market will remain open every Saturday night from now through Oct. 26.

Noëlle Santos cuts the ribbon at the grand opening of Lit. Bar. (Photo courtesy of Eliot Schiaparelli)

Noëlle Santos Opens Lit.Bar: Only Bookstore in the Bronx

May 1, 2019

Thanks to Noëlle Santos, the Bronx, which has been without a single bookstore since the end of December 2016, now has Lit. Bar.

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