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The recent bias incident in Finlay Hall underscores the importance of students’ right to feel safe on campus. (Ram Archives)

Safe Spaces: Sanctuaries From Harrassmesnt

September 14, 2016

By Matthew Michaels Those who argue that safe spaces are part of a liberal agenda propagated by the “PC-police” unwittingly argue for people to feel unsafe. Safe spaces have historically been places ...

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Fordham Responds to a Fifth Bias Incident

March 10, 2016

By Erin Shanahan A small swastika was found scratched onto the inside of a trash room door at Lincoln Center’s McMahon Hall yesterday, March 9. The University was alerted of this fifth bias incident in an email sent ou...

Fordham Responds to Two More Bias Incidents

November 18, 2015

By Laura Sanicola, Joe Vitale and Erin Shanahan As outrage surrounding racial prejudice and insensitivity gains traction on campuses nationwide, incidents closer to home are also sparking widespread anger from students. This past week, Fordham Universtiy witnessed its third and fourth racial bias incidents of the semester First, two symbols of hatred — a swastika and white supremacist reference — were found on Wednesd...

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...

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