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Uniquely-Structured Courses Draw Higher Student Interest

Uniquely-Structured Courses Draw Higher Student Interest

November 7, 2018

Fordham's popular classes range from Dr. Mark Naison's "Rock & Roll to Hip-Hop" to Prof. Francis Petit's "Sports Marketing" to Dr. Scott Poulson-Bryant's "Stayin' Alive: Performing Race and Ethnicity in 1970s Literature and Popular Culture."

University Seeks to Add Tenured Professors

University Seeks to Add Tenured Professors

November 7, 2018

Fordham saw a slight decrease in the number of tenured professors, prompting the university to look for new ones.

Student Starts Company to Promote Positivity

Student Starts Company to Promote Positivity

November 7, 2018

Awful Cloth launched last month and is focused on encouraging an optimistic outlook.

Overtime: On Ohtani vs. Andujar

Overtime: On Ohtani vs. Andujar

November 7, 2018

The AL Rookie of the Year race between Shohei Ohtani and Miguel Andujar shouldn't be a discussion.

Fordham Moves in Rankings

Fordham Moves in Rankings

September 12, 2018

By Eliot Schiaparelli College rankings from both The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education and US News and World Report came out last week. Fordham found itself at No. 203 out of 968 schools, in the WSJ rankings and No. 70 out of 312 for US News....

Fordham University Remembers Dr. Stephen Freedman

Fordham University Remembers Dr. Stephen Freedman

September 12, 2018

By Madison Hennessy The university community gathered on Thursday to celebrate the life of former provost Stephen Freedman, Ph.D. Freedman, who died suddenly at the age of 68 this past summer, was honored in a public memorial service at the University Church whe...

Signage on University Restrooms Change to Promote Gender Inclusiveness

Signage on University Restrooms Change to Promote Gender Inclusiveness

September 12, 2018

By Joergen Ostensen The signage on Fordham University’s restrooms has been changed from “Restroom” to “All Gender Restroom” on both campuses as of this fall. The change is an effort to make the campuses friendlier to transgender, ge...

Women’s Soccer Rallies After Losing First Four

Women’s Soccer Rallies After Losing First Four

September 12, 2018

By Charlie Maisano The Fordham women’s soccer team opened the 2018 season with a tough out of conference schedule, which was meant to test the young Rams. They entered last Sunday’s contest against the Lehigh Mountain Haw...

Golf Finishes a Disappointing 12th at Ryan Lee Memorial

Golf Finishes a Disappointing 12th at Ryan Lee Memorial

September 12, 2018

By Jack McLoone Last year, Fordham Golf announced that its program was on the upswing by taking first at the Ryan T. Lee Memorial, including a first-place overall finish by James Mongey. This year, however, a more inexper...

Hot Take: Fordham is Good to Us

Hot Take: Fordham is Good to Us

May 2, 2018

By Alvin Halimwidjaya Look, hear me out. Fordham University definitely has problems that it needs to deal with. We’re constantly hearing about the administration’s mistakes, everyone hates their freshman dorm unless they’re in Quee...

“A bit of a loner,” Former Classmates Remember Donald Trump in the Bronx

“A bit of a loner,” Former Classmates Remember Donald Trump in the Bronx

April 25, 2018

By Jake Shore A common anecdote comes to the minds of President Donald Trump’s former classmates when asked about their interactions with him during his time at Fordham University. A commuting student for two years, Trump woul...

McGinley Petition Circulates on Campus

McGinley Petition Circulates on Campus

February 7, 2018

By Aislinn Keely A petition circulating around campus is requesting a new student center to be the next capital project undertaken by Fordham, updating the current McGinley Center. Though it is still gathering signatures, the peti...

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