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Students walk an average of 15 miles a day from Leon to Santiago de Compostela on the two and a half week pilgrimage (Photo courtesy of Kacie Candela).

Students Walk Historic Camino

October 17, 2018

By Joergen Ostensen Grace Henning, FCRH ’18, refound her Catholic faith during her time at Fordham, but it was tested as tears rolled down her cheeks on a roadside in northern Spain. Henning was walking the storied pilgrimage route of the Camino de Santiago. This pilgrimage w...

Over 20 people registered to vote and 40 applied for absentee ballots at last month's first tabling (Courtesy of Leila Wicher).

USG Partners With Every Vote Counts

October 17, 2018

By Joe Esposito Earlier this semester, the United Student Government (USG) partnered with Every Vote Counts Fordham, an official chapter of the national organization that seeks to increase voter turnout and make voting easier fo...

McGinley Center cost $ 3.5 million to build in 1957. (Kevin Stoltenborg / The Fordham Ram)

Changes Coming to McGinley

October 3, 2018

By Madison Hennessy McGinley Center, the home of Fordham’s dining hall, fitness center and other mainstays of student life, is slated for renovation in the coming years. With a primary focus on creatin...

There are now 23 eco-reps stationed in the 13 residence halls. (Zahir Quader)

USG and RHA Create Eco-Rep Positions

October 3, 2018

By Melissa Leone This past Thursday, the United Student Government Sustainability Committee in collaboration with Residence Hall Association (RHA) and Residential Life finalized positions for Eco-Representatives. An entirely ...

The EIC television studio in Walsh Library has been inaccessible to student television members for two years (Ram Archives).

Student Television Still Lacks Permanent Studio

October 3, 2018

By Hannah Gonzalez For years, the student-run program Fordham Nightly News (FNN) operated out of the functioning television studio in the basement of the Walsh Library. The space is outfitted with professional cameras, audio equipm...

University Mourns Death of Nicholas Booker, FCRH '22

University Mourns Death of Nicholas Booker, FCRH ’22

September 28, 2018

By Theresa Schliep and Hannah Gonzalez Nicholas Booker, FCRH ’22, died on Thursday Sept. 27 in St. Barnabas Hospital due to a severe asthma attack, according to an email from Rev. Joseph M. McShane, S.J., president of the university. He was hospitalized Monday evening fo...

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The Ram Investigates Picture of Students Posing with Alt-Right Flag on Campus

March 5, 2018

Editor's Note: The identities of the individuals in the photo are blurred and were not included in the article due to threats of legal action.  By Jake Shore A picture of a group of Fordham stude...

Last year's Fordham Dance Marathon (pictured) raised over $91,000. (Courtesy of Fordham Dance Marathon)

Chiddy Bang to Headline FDM

February 26, 2018

By Theresa Schliep Musical guests Chiddy Bang and Saen. will perform at Fordham Dance Marathon (FDM) this year. The performance will join a night of dancing, performances and other activities at the Residence ...

The Jesuits took on students in a dodgeball match on the squash courts. (Andrea Garcia/The Fordham Ram)

Ignatian Week Kicks Off With Dodgeball Showdown

February 7, 2018

By Alvin Halimwidjaya On Sunday, Feb. 6, Jesuits and Fordham students gathered together in the Lombardi Fieldhouse to participate in an unusually aggressive activity: dodgeball on a squash court. Dubb...

(Jack McLoone/The Fordham Ram)

No Snooze Saturday: Daybreaker Raises Over $2,500 for B+, All Before Noon

September 25, 2017

By Theresa Schliep  McGinley Second was abuzz with yoga and dancing Saturday morning as Fordham Dance Marathon (FDM) introduced Daybreaker, a “morning dance party” to the Fordham community, according to Sara Chesnos, GSB ...

(Theresa Schliep/The Fordham Ram)

Starbucks Officially Opens its Doors

September 21, 2017

By Helen Stevenson and Theresa Schliep If you’ve walked up to the Starbucks in Dealy Hall only to find you’re locked out from all of your favorite drinks and food, you’re in luck — today, it ope...

Public Safety Investigates Swastika Found in Tierney

Public Safety Investigates Swastika Found in Tierney

September 8, 2017

This article is breaking and will be updated as more information comes to light. By Theresa Schliep Public Safety is investigating a swastika in a Tierney Hall restroom as a suspected hate crime...

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