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CSA Hosts Commuter Student Week

CSA Hosts Commuter Student Week

March 13, 2019

The Commuter Student Association (CSA) held their annual Commuter Student Week last week.

Chernow’s Washington Bio is Fit for a President

Chernow’s Washington Bio is Fit for a President

March 13, 2019

Chernow manages to keep it interesting and engaging. It is, in my opinion, a masterpiece.

Student Researches Glucose Sensors

Student Researches Glucose Sensors

March 6, 2019

Brett Musialowicz, FCRH ’19, is part of a team working in the Nanotechnology and Renewable Energy Lab under Christopher Koenigsmann, Ph.d on a project trying to create a new catalyst for glucose sensors.

Bronx Street Co-named for Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz

Bronx Street Co-named for Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz

March 6, 2019

Less than a year after the death of Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz, the street where he died was co-named to honor him.

FDM Auction Brings Dance Marathon to 61 Percent of its Goal

FDM Auction Brings Dance Marathon to 61 Percent of its Goal

February 20, 2019

This year’s Fordham Dance Marathon Auction (FDM), benefitting The Andrew McDonough Be Positive (B+) Foundation, brought the FDM team to 61 percent of its fundraising goal by raising over $9000.

USG and Fordham Theatrical Groups Request Repairs to Collins Hall Theater

USG and Fordham Theatrical Groups Request Repairs to Collins Hall Theater

February 20, 2019

Fordham United Student Government (USG) in conjunction with Mimes and Mummers, the Theatrical Outreach Program (TOP) and Fordham Experimental Theater (FET) has put out a report on the state of Collins Hall requesting repairs be made to the theater space.

Mario’s Restaurant on Arthur Avenue Celebrates Centennial

Mario’s Restaurant on Arthur Avenue Celebrates Centennial

February 20, 2019

Mario’s Restaurant started on Arthur Avenue in 1919.

Fordham Democrats and Republicans Comment on Upcoming 2020 Primaries

Fordham Democrats and Republicans Comment on Upcoming 2020 Primaries

February 13, 2019

The first presidential primaries and caucuses will not be held in Iowa and New Hampshire until early next year, yet presidential hopefuls are already officially announcing their candidacies.

Senior Researches Attitudes Toward English Dialects

Senior Researches Attitudes Toward English Dialects

February 6, 2019

Catherine Aumiller is researching the attitudes of college student toward three different English dialects.

FDM Holds Promo Dinner for Dance Marathon

FDM Holds Promo Dinner for Dance Marathon

February 6, 2019

FDM held it's annual promo dinner ahead of the Dance Marathon

Catholic Schools Need Better Sex Ed

Catholic Schools Need Better Sex Ed

February 6, 2019

I wish Catholic schools would make it easier for their students to understand sex and how to do it safely and enjoyably.

Off Campus Fordham Students Spend Money but Not Time in the Area

Off Campus Fordham Students Spend Money but Not Time in the Area

January 30, 2019

Fordham students bring business to the Arthur Avenue community but they fail to become a part of it.

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