Fordham grew from a small commuter school to a largely residential college over the past 50 years, with many demographics changing as well.
Academics and clergy from Catholic colleges across the U.S. wrote a public letter to Father McShane advocating a reversal of the decision against Students for Justice in Palestine.
Student activism continues to increase as students take part in various organizations, clubs and protests.
Fordham professors took part in “American Values Religious Voices.” A total of 100 letters were written to President Trump regarding topics such as religious liberty and the executive travel ban.
Fordham Law incorporates practical skills within their curriculum, creating employable graduates.