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LIFT Offers Volunteer Opportunities in the Bronx

November 28, 2012


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By JEFFREY COLTIN The Bronx can be an uplifting place.  Sometimes those break-dancers on the D train are the perfect entertainment.  One can spend hours enjoying a cappuccino and a cannoli on the sidewalks of Arthur Avenue.  And nothing brightens a day like a walk in the Botanical Garden.  But li...

Orthodox Christian Fellowship Hosts Philokalia Lecture

November 28, 2012


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Reverend John Anthony McGuckin Speaks to Students By EDDIE MIKUS STAFF WRITER The Orthodox Christian Fellowship hosted its annual Orthodoxy in America lecture on Nov. 14. The talk served as a general educational opportunity for all students, even those who do not adhere to one of the Orthodox Chri...

Hungry Students Sample Culinary Arts

November 27, 2012


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By HANNAH O’DONNELL Though the Gabelli School of Business has a reputation for producing accountants, financiers, analysts and business consultants, a different part of the private sector is experiencing an influx of Fordham talent. “I love to cook,” Dan Kane-West, GSB ’13, said. “So as of now, my goal is to h...

While Most Go Out, Some Stay Behind … And Wait

November 27, 2012


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By CONNOR RYAN It was right before midnight on a brisk Friday night. The crew had just gotten back to campus after a quick trip to the nearby 7-Eleven for chips and soda -- a convenient and fulfilling sustenance, they say . The three students on duty then simultaneously received a call, from a disp...

Peter Singer Leads Panel on Animal Rights, Christianity

November 27, 2012


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Four Panelists Discuss Controversial Issues By KELLY KULTYS ASSISTANT NEWS EDITOR On Friday, Nov. 16, well-known modern-day philosopher Dr. Peter Singer headlined the panel of “Christians and Other Animals: Moving the Conversation Forward.” The event was co-sponsored by the department of t...

Benefit Concert Raises Over $3,200 for Sandy Victims

November 15, 2012


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RHA, CAB and USG Host Concert; 14 Musical Acts Perform in the McGinley Center By CONNOR RYAN NEWS EDITOR Sound Out Sandy (SOS), Thursday night's benefit concert hosted by Fordham's Residence Halls Association (RHA), Campus Activities Board (CAB) and United Student Government (USG), raised just ...

CAB Discusses Spring Weekend Concert Process as Indie Genre Dominates Survey

November 13, 2012


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By JOHN LEE STAFF WRITER The Spring Weekend Concert survey revealed a surprising number of choices for which students could vote, featuring primarily indie acts and no mainstream musicians. The lack of any prominent acts in the recently released list showed a shift in approach by the administration and the student activity committees, reflecting budg...

Prescribe Fordham! Provides Students With Birth Control Prescriptions and Health Education

November 7, 2012


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By CHRISTIAN ANDREWS CONTRIBUTING WRITER What is birth control, and what is sexual contraception? These are two basic definitions that have eluded conversation at this University for quite some time and should further be explored. Luckily enough, I had the opportunity to learn more about this to...

Ignatian Week Honors the Jesuit Mission

November 7, 2012


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By FRANCESA LEITE STAFF WRITER Fordham celebrated Ignatian Week from Wednesday, Oct. 17 to Wednesday, Oct. 24.  During this week, Mission and Ministry hosted several events and activities on all three campuses.  These events included mealtime discussions, special guest lectures, masses and a pilgrimage. The...

New York Television Festival Previews New Shows

November 7, 2012


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By COURTNEY SMITH STAFF WRITER Calling all television lovers: The eighth annual New York Television Festival has arrived! While this particular festival may be newer and less well-known than most entertainment festivals, it is on its way to developing a reputation for itself in New York City. In 2005, the festival was launch...

Rodgers to Students: Stay Indoors, Voice Concerns to Hall Staff or Security

October 29, 2012


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By CONNOR RYAN & RICKY BORDELON As the brunt of Hurricane Sandy nears Rose Hill’s campus, Chris Rodgers, Rose Hill’s dean of students, is urging for students to stay indoors and immediately communicate concerns or incidents to hall staff members or Fordham’s Office of Security (718) 817-2222. ...

Update: Worst is Expected to Hit Campus Tonight

October 29, 2012


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Parents Ask About Food Supplies, Students Mostly Stay in Residence Halls By CONNOR RYAN NEWS EDITOR Aside from students quickly commuting between residence halls and the McGinley Center’s Marketplace for a quick meal, Rose Hill’s campus is empty as conditions slowly begin to worsen. The worst...

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