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Over 250,000 people joined Greta Thunberg in Foley Square for the 2019 strike for climate. (Rachel Gow/The Fordham Ram)

Fordham Students March in Foley Square for Climate Justice

September 24, 2019

Despite classes continuing last Friday, many Fordham students made the trip to downtown Manhattan for the Climate March.

Faculty staged a

Faculty and University Come to Salary and Benefits Deal

May 12, 2017

Note: This article is breaking and will be updated as more information becomes available.  By Theresa Schliep and Aislinn Keely  After months of back and forth between faculty and the administration, ...

Budget and Salary Deals Complicate

Budget and Salary Deals Complicate

May 1, 2017

By Theresa Schliep and Victor Ordonez Note: This article is breaking and will be updated as more information comes to light. Update: 5/1/17, 6:23 p.m. Clark provided this statement in response to Howe ...

The Faculty Senate is attempting to resolve matters is internally through filing grievances. (Andrea Garcia/The Fordham Ram)

Faculty Senate Files Grievances With President, Administrators

September 22, 2016

By Theresa Schliep  The Faculty Senate at Fordham University filed grievances with four administrative members and groups, including Rev. Joseph M. McShane, S.J., president of the university, after the university imposed an unapprov...

Fordham needs to meet the needs of its faculty to avoid LIU Brooklyn's current situation. (Andrea Garcia/The Fordham Ram)

Editorial: LIU is a Warning to Mend Broken Channels of Communication

September 14, 2016

More than 400 professors locked out of a university on the first week of class. Health benefits cut, email accounts cancelled. Professors protesting with a giant inflatable rat outside campus as administrators...

Student protestors and administrators have struggled to find common ground following bias incidents. Ram Archives

After Bias Incidents, Students and Admin Search for Common Solutions

November 11, 2015

By Joe Vitale Following a string of racial and bias incidents at the University of Missouri, protests from students and threats of boycott from student-athletes came to a head this week when two top a...

The Fordham bookstore moved to O'Keefe Commons over the summer and received a makeover in the process. Zack Miklos/The Fordham Ram.

Fordham Reform Falls Short

September 13, 2015

By Marcelle Meyer After a semester of students demanding changes to major university operations, like the Office of Student Life and Community Development and Residential Life, Fordham University has f...

Letter to the Editor: Impactful Change on Campus

Letter to the Editor: Impactful Change on Campus

April 30, 2015

Re: “When CAB and OSLCD Collide” April 22, 2015 and “How Administrators Caused a Culture of Apathy” April 15, 2015 Dear Editor, There has recently been a shift in culture at Fordham as peopl...

How Administrators Caused a Culture of Apathy

How Administrators Caused a Culture of Apathy

April 15, 2015

By Frank Sivilli This is a piece that has been long in the making. It upsets me to think just how long. It seems I have had issues with the Office of Student Leadership and Community Development (O...

The Office of the Provost announced several changes including the appointment of Dean Rapaccioli.

With New Deans and Gabelli Unified, Fordham Charts Its Future

March 4, 2015

By Joe Vitale During the first full week of the spring semester, the university disclosed a flurry of changes and updates regarding the university’s scheduling, administration and future plans. ...

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