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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."

Supporting the Belmont Community with Immediacy

Supporting the Belmont Community with Immediacy

October 17, 2018

In the past 117 days, we have received 17 emails from the Office of the President. Not a single one of those university-wide statements addressed Lesandro (Junior) Guzman-Feliz, the 15-year-old member o...

Dedicated Junior Is Happy to Be Busy

Dedicated Junior Is Happy to Be Busy

October 17, 2018

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University Conserves Water in New Campaign

University Conserves Water in New Campaign

September 19, 2018

By Erica Scalise As part of a challenge by the Department of Environmental Protection, Fordham is one of six universities partaking in a conservation campaign to reduce its campus-wide average water consumption. The challenge as...

Provost Search Committee Turns to Students for Feedback

Provost Search Committee Turns to Students for Feedback

September 19, 2018

By Natalie Migliore A search committee waited in Flom Auditorium to meet with students Monday, intending to have an open forum with students on what they were hoping to see in the next university provost. The university administra...

Stop Sacrificing Your Self

Stop Sacrificing Your Self

September 19, 2018

By Colette Nolan   As a freshman at Fordham two years ago, this time of the semester was difficult for me. I struggled to form any solid friendships during my first semester of college. The ...

Let Laptops in Classes with Longer Readings

Let Laptops in Classes with Longer Readings

September 12, 2018

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Water Polo Loses Four of First Six, But Seniors Shine for the Rams

Water Polo Loses Four of First Six, But Seniors Shine for the Rams

September 12, 2018

By Maria Trivelpiece The Fordham University men’s water polo team opened up their 2018 season in an unexpected way. The team has gone two and four in its first six matches, picking up victories over...

Football Endures Monster 52-7 Loss at the Hands of Richmond

Football Endures Monster 52-7 Loss at the Hands of Richmond

September 9, 2018

By Jimmy Sullivan The Fordham football team went into this week hoping to put its 34-10 season-opening loss to Charlotte in the rear view mirror. The team wanted to do some things differently this...

Fordham, NYBG Reach Agreement Allowing Students Regular Free Grounds Admission

Fordham, NYBG Reach Agreement Allowing Students Regular Free Grounds Admission

August 16, 2018

By Theresa Schliep and Aislinn Keely A week after notifying students of revoking free access to the grounds of the New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) Fordham and the NYBG reached an agreement reinstati...

Applications Increase, Continues Trend

Applications Increase, Continues Trend

April 25, 2018

By Katie DeFonzo With the May 1 commitment deadline looming for the Class of 2022, the data on accepted students reveals a larger pool than previous years. Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Patricia Peek said much of this year’s application inc...

FVA Delegate Added to USG

FVA Delegate Added to USG

April 18, 2018

By Sarah Huffman FVA The United Student Government (USG) meeting this past Thursday marked the first meeting attended by the newly implemented Fordham Veterans Association (FVA) delegate. Wesley Wilson, PCS, the n...

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