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Transgender rights in the educational setting will be rolled back by the Trump administration's proposed definition of gender under Title IX. (Ram Archives)

Trump Administration Threatens Title IX

November 7, 2018

The Trump administration is aiming to narrowly define gender, restricting Title IX rights for the transgender community.

(Photo courtesy of USG)

USG Approves She’s the First and Society of Visual Arts

November 7, 2018

One of the newly approved clubs will provide raise money to educate girls in low income countries, the other seeks to give students a place to create art on campus.

The McGinley Center was among the buildings that lost power. It used generator power until the problem was resolved. (Ram Archives)

Renovations Scheduled for McGinley and Collins

October 31, 2018

By Joergen Ostensen Major renovations to McGinley Center are slated to begin following the 2018-19 academic year, according to John Puglisi, Fordham’s assistant vice president of Facilities Manag...

Fordham Political Review Holds Annual Debate

Fordham Political Review Holds Annual Debate

October 31, 2018

By Eliot Schiaparelli On October 25, The Fordham Political Review held its annual debate, hosting Fordham College Republicans and College Democrats at Fordham University in Flom Auditorium. When it came to picki...

FDM hosted the Trick or Treat Trot, a 5K race and fundraiser for pediatric cancer research held on Tuesday evening in front of the McGinley Center. (Photo courtesy of Joergen Ostensen)

RHA, FDM Hosts Costumed Trick or Treat Trot 5K

October 31, 2018

By: Joergen Ostensen Many students came in costume to Fordham Dance Marathon’s (FDM) Trick or Treat Trot, a 5K race and fundraiser for pediatric cancer research held on Tuesday evening in front of McGi...

The university did not commit to raising the minimum wage until it allocated money and assessed the Spring 2018 budget. (Kevin Stoltenborg/The Fordham Ram)

Fordham Grants $15 Wage to Students

October 31, 2018

By: Natalie Migliore Fordham has decided to raise minimum wage to $15 for all university employees after concern that they would cap the student worker wage at $13. Fordham circulated information in l...

Racial Slur Discovered On Campus, In Same Week As Swastika Found in Dealy Hall

Racial Slur Discovered On Campus, In Same Week As Swastika Found in Dealy Hall

October 24, 2018

This article is breaking and will be updated as new information comes to light. Aislinn Keely and Hannah Gonzalez A swastika was found on a desk in Dealy Hall on Tuesday, according to a university-...

Mold continues to be an issue in Tierney Hall, pictured above (Kevin Stoltenborg/The Fordham Ram).

Tierney Struggles with Mold Growth

October 24, 2018

By Helen Stevenson After a series of complaints last semester, Tierney Hall is struggling with mold growth again. According to John Puglisi, associate vice president of Facilities Management, routine inspections and work orders identi...

Fordham Flea (pictured above) gave students the opportunity to donate their old clothes and purchase second-hand. (Courtesy of SEAJ)

Students Organize Sustainability Week

October 24, 2018

By Joergen Ostensen Students for Environmental Awareness and Justice (SEAJ) hosted Sustainability Week, which according to USG’s Vice President of Sustainability, Gabriel Perez, FCRH ’21, was a big success. “I feel like it went so well, I...

GSB Students Manage Real Money

GSB Students Manage Real Money

October 24, 2018

By Eliot Schiapelli James Kelly’s class mimics a real assets management company in which many of his students hope to work, distinguishing it from other classes at Fordham and other universities. ...

Students are collaborating to improve sustainable living. (Courtesy of Coleen Cochrane)

Students Plan New Sustainable Integrated Living Community

October 24, 2018

By Katherine Leonard College students may grapple with how to be sustainable on a college campus, where infrastructure is not always geared towards environmentally healthy habits. Two students have worked to address this problem through a project developed as a part of the Social Innovati...

Each time an appliance breaks down in the Marketplace, the university must pay $10,000/week to purchase disposible products. (Kevin Stoltenborg/The Fordham Ram)

Broken Equipment Raises Environmental Concerns

October 17, 2018

By Alexandra Parker Fordham students find themselves repeatedly using disposable silverware and plates when dishwasher breakdowns cause the Marketplace to temporarily switch to single-use flatwear. During the most recent incident, the culpr...

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