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The Status of Organized Crime in the Bronx

The Status of Organized Crime in the Bronx

March 8, 2016

By Michael Dobuski Being a hitman for the mob is just not what it used to be. The 2014 sentencing of Bajram Lajqi, a known member of the Albanian mob, brought the world of organized crime in New York ...

The Son of Sam, 40 Years Later

The Son of Sam, 40 Years Later

February 24, 2016

By Michael Dobuski “Well, you’ve got me.” Those were the words uttered by David Berkowitz, a US Postal Service worker, as he was taken into police custody on Aug. 10, 1977. He was arrested in connection with the killing spree, known in popul...

Lieutenant Governor Presents State of State Address at Fordham

Lieutenant Governor Presents State of State Address at Fordham

February 9, 2016

By Mike Byrne  Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s message of reform and progress has reached Fordham University’s Rose Hill campus. On Wednesday Feb. 3, Kathy Hochul, Lieutenant Governor of the state of New York, pre...

Fordham Plaza Officially Open to Public

Fordham Plaza Officially Open to Public

February 2, 2016

By Maliha Gul The three-year reconstruction project of Fordham Plaza is finally coming to a close. The new space not only serves as a more efficient transportation hub, but it also boasts a greener, more accessible, space designed with Bronxit...

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