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Fordham Signs Contract with SASB

Fordham Signs Contract with SASB

April 11, 2018

By Aislinn Keely Fordham recently solidified its connections with the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) by executing a formal collaboration with the organization. With this contract, t...

Humanities Majors See Opportunity

Humanities Majors See Opportunity

February 14, 2018

By Aislinn Keely Humanities majors at Fordham may see increasing opportunity and high satisfaction in career fields as companies shift their sights towards students who have developed strategic thinking skills in their undergraduate y...

Student Activities Budgeting Explained

January 24, 2018

By Aislinn Keely Over the course of a 10-hour day, the Student Activities Budget Committee, a sub-committee of United Student Government (USG), allocated $519,880 to 85 clubs at the Rose Hill campus at the close of last semester. The committee received $684,997.73 in requests, forcing them to allocate funds to 72.8 percent of requests. The committee traditionally computes the student activities budget themselves, without the...

Student Brews and Sells Incan Beverage

Student Brews and Sells Incan Beverage

November 8, 2017

By Aislinn Keely Sergio Miranda, FCRH ’18, cares about the bacteria in our bodies so much so that he travels to Bushwick every weekend to sell his gut-healing drink, Chicha. He spent the last two summers building a busi...

Fordham Crowdfunding Access Spread with GiveCampus

Fordham Crowdfunding Access Spread with GiveCampus

October 4, 2017

By Aislinn Keely Fordham has partnered with GiveCampus, a university based crowdfunding platform, to connect the community with projects centered on improving the community. After using the platform on a more limited scale last academic ...

Tuition Growth Slows at Fordham

Tuition Growth Slows at Fordham

September 27, 2017

By Jake Shore Tuition at Fordham University is growing at its slowest pace in years, part of a nationwide trend in which U.S. colleges are now sharply curbing the annual rate at which tuition increases as the economy improves. This ...

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