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Title IX Coordinator, Kareem Peat stressed the importance of maintaining neutrality and transparency in the Title IX Office. (Erica Scalise/The Fordham Ram)

Title IX Coordinator Evaluates First Semester

December 5, 2018

New Title IX Coordinator transitions from Cornell.

Students who have been through the transfer process before will mentor newly transferred students.

Dean’s Council Forms Mentorship Program for Transfers

December 5, 2018

United Student Government is taking a new approach to help transfer students transition into Fordham life.

A panel of students, staff and community members discussed how to improve the relationship between Fordham and the Bronx at the community relations town hall last week (Joergen Ostensen/The Fordham Ram).

Panelists Talk Community

November 28, 2018

At the Fordham-Bronx community relations town hall, panelists addressed the disconnect between Fordham and the Bronx community, and how that divide can be closed going forward.

For their annual speaker even, Fordham College Democrats hosted DeRay Mckesson, who inspired attendees in his talk on social justice (Photo courtesy of Fordham College Democrats).

Fordham College Democrats Host DeRay Mckesson

November 28, 2018

The College Democrats hosted speaker DeRay Mckesson, a prominent voice for Black Lives Matter, who presented strategies for working towards freedom and social justice.

Many students at Fordham expressed the importance of voting to them, despite the difficulties encountered by those attempting to vote absentee. (Matthew Matthias for the Fordham Ram)

College Students Face Difficulties in Voting Absentee

November 28, 2018

Many out-of-state students at Fordham ran into problems while attempting to apply for and mail absentee ballots.

Though there was a 75 percent drop in this year's can collection, the fundraiser collected over 1000 dollars through entrance fees and ticket sales. (Helen Stevenson/The Fordham Ram)

CSA Hosts Thanks-Give-Away Despite Storm

November 28, 2018

The Commuter Students Association hosted its annual Thanks-Give-Away last Thursday to support Part of the Solution (POTS), a food pantry in the Bronx.

The Pamphlet will be Fordham's newest student publication. (Kevin Stoltenborg/The Fordham Ram)

The Pamphlet Features Alternative Perspectives

November 14, 2018

Students found The Pamphlet to express viewpoints outside the mainstream.

Events like the Clothesline Project, pictured above, were designed to raise awareness of sexual misconduct. (Joe Esposito/The Fordham Ram)

USG’s CSM Holds Week of Action

November 7, 2018

The Week of Action included events to educate students on sexual misconduct.

The senior board of the Communiting Student's Association hosted a town hall discussion in McGinley. (Joergen Ostensen/The Fordham)

CSA Hosts Commuter Town Hall

November 7, 2018

Commuting students gathered to learn about what CSA is doing and to voice concerns.

Students gathered at watch parties on campus held by College Democrats and USG (Kevin Stoltenborg/The Fordham Ram).

Democrats Narrowly Take House of Representatives

November 7, 2018

In this midterm election, Democrats took over the House of Representatives while Republicans maintained control of the Senate.

Emmit Flynn, pictured above, started the Awful brand with a high school friend. (Katherine Leonard for The Fordham Ram)

Student Starts Company to Promote Positivity

November 7, 2018

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

This group of College Democrats went door to door to encourage people to vote blue. (Mike Fissinger/The Fordham Ram)

Students Canvass in NY-01

November 7, 2018

College Democrats canvassed in support of Perry Gershon in his congressional race.

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