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Iowa Caucus Results Delayed

Changes in the Iowa Caucus system resulted in a delay with the results. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Abbey Delk and Helen Stevenson, Contributing Writer and Editor-in-Chief

February 5, 2020

College Democrats and College Republicans commented about the delay in the results for the Iowa caucus.

McGinley Entrance Will Move Due to Construction

The construction of McGinley Center, pictured above, is scheduled to be completed by the fall of 2021. (Courtesy of the Ram Archives)

Marisa Valentino, Contributing Writer

February 5, 2020

The door on the side of the Rose Hill Gym will serve as the main entrance to McGinley.

FDM Hosts Annual Promotional Dinner

Fordham Dance Marathon is a fundraiser for the B+ foundation that is working to end pediatric cancer. (Courtesy of Fordham Dance Marathon)

Grace McLaughlin

February 5, 2020

Guests at Fordham Dance Marathon's promotional dinner were required to send ten emails in the hopes of gaining donors.

Fordham Professor Researches Food Tech Justice

Garrett Board, pictured above,  the director of the Public Media Masters of Art Program is reserching food tech justice. (Courtesy of Garret Broad)

February 5, 2020

Professor Garrett Broad's research aims to use new food technology to promote social justice.

Public Safety Explains Winter Weather Procedures

According to John Carroll, Public Safety ensures that campus pathways are always clear in the case of snow or ice. (Courtesy of Ram Archives)

Grace McLaughlin, Contributing Writer

January 29, 2020

Regardless of the weather prediction at the beginning of the winter, Public Safety orders the equipment, material and vehicles they need in order to adequately remove snow and ice from the campus.

Senate Discusses Gender-Inclusive Housing and Approves Historical Society

Courtesy of United Student Government

Kristen McNerney, Contributing Writer

January 29, 2020

The United Student Government (USG) Senate reflected on recent successes and broke out their action plans for the semester at their meeting this past Thursday.

Co-Founder of Black Lives Matter Canada Invited to Fordham as Keynote Speaker

Janaya Khan is a Black, queer, gender-nonconforming activist who founded Black Lives Matter in Canada. (Abbey Delk/The Fordham Ram)

Abbey Delk, Contributing Writer

January 29, 2020

Khan was invited to be a keynote speaker as part of Fordham’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Week 2020 celebration, put together by the Office of the Chief Diversity Officer.

Administration Explains Sustainability Plans

The university plans to reduce emmisions 40% by 2030. (Jennifer Hoang/The Fordham Ram)

Gracie Davis, Staff Writer

January 29, 2020

Fordham University began overhauling their sustainability efforts in 2005, which Vice President of Administration Marco Valera designates as Fordham’s “baseline year.”

Henry Zinks Researchs Language Bias in Psychology, Gender Gap in Positivity

Henry Zink is doing his senior thesis on the way people associate words with themselves based on connotation. (Courtesy of Henry Zink)

Alex Parker, Contributing Writer

January 29, 2020

“I was looking for something that fused our linguistics work with psychological theory, which is my field,” he said.

PVH Corp. Partners with Gabelli School of Business

The Gabelli School of Business' partnership with PVH is an effort to promote responsibility. (Mike Dobuski/The Fordham Ram)

Hasna Ceran, Assistant News Editor

January 29, 2020

The fashion giant PVH Corp., owner of brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein and IZOD, has established a new partnership with the Gabelli School of Business in the school’s centennial year.

Students Win Deloitte National Case Study Competition

Five Fordham students won the Deliotte FanTAXic competition. (Courtesy of Benjamin Haney)

Sarah Huffman, News Editor

January 29, 2020

Five Fordham students made up the winning team at the 19th annual Deloitte FanTAXtic national case study competition on Jan 17 and 18 at Deloitte University in Dallas Texas.

Fordham Announces Two Hour Shuttle Service Extension

Public Safety's decision to extend the hours of the late night shuttle was based on a conversation with USG. (Jennifer Hoang/The Fordham Ram)

Sarah Huffman, News Editor

January 29, 2020

Public Safety extended the hours of the late night shuttle to the D train after appeals from USG.

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