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Professor Exposes Students to Truths of African History

March 11, 2020

Professor Nana Osei-Opare teaches his students about the violent history of colonialism in Africa and the various modes of resistance against it, making connections to the history of the United States.

Learning from Nahko Bear

Learning from Nahko Bear

March 11, 2020

Nahko, whose ancestry is Puerto Rican, Filipino and Apache, was adopted and raised by white parents, never meeting his birth mother until he was in his 20s.

Students Protest Subway Fares at FTP3

Students Protest Subway Fares at FTP3

February 12, 2020

15 Fordham Students participated in FTP3, including two who were arrested.

Ramsey Orta: Imprisoned and Imperiled; Fiancée Alleges NYPD Systemic Abuse

Ramsey Orta: Imprisoned and Imperiled; Fiancée Alleges NYPD Systemic Abuse

October 9, 2019

The video of Garner’s death galvanized the Black Lives Matter movement, and Orta became a hero to activists.

Students Discuss Controversy and Activism of Autism Speaks

Joergen Ostensen, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

Autism Speaks Inc. has faced a lot of controversy in the past, but according to members of Fordham's chapter of Autism Speaks U, the club is doing good in the community.

South Africa, Where the Sun Sets on an Empty Prison

South Africa, Where the Sun Sets on an Empty Prison

May 1, 2019

I cannot help but think that America has a lesson to learn from South Africa, where the sun sets on an empty prison.

Poet, Playwright, Professional Tells Story

Poet, Playwright, Professional Tells Story

December 5, 2018

Maria Aponte discusses facing personal tragedy through art and what Fordham can do to curb racism.

Panelists Talk Community

Panelists Talk Community

November 28, 2018

At the Fordham-Bronx community relations town hall, panelists addressed the disconnect between Fordham and the Bronx community, and how that divide can be closed going forward.

Professor Unearths the Bronx in Book

Professor Unearths the Bronx in Book

November 28, 2018

In a chapter of a recently published book on Bronx Archaelogy, Allan Gilbert, Ph.D, professor of archaeology, discusses the archaeological dig that took place on the Rose Hill campus from 1985 to 2002.

CSA Hosts Commuter Town Hall

CSA Hosts Commuter Town Hall

November 7, 2018

Commuting students gathered to learn about what CSA is doing and to voice concerns.

Renovations Scheduled for McGinley and Collins

Renovations Scheduled for McGinley and Collins

October 31, 2018

By Joergen Ostensen Major renovations to McGinley Center are slated to begin following the 2018-19 academic year, according to John Puglisi, Fordham’s assistant vice president of Facilities Manag...

Students Organize Sustainability Week

Students Organize Sustainability Week

October 24, 2018

By Joergen Ostensen Students for Environmental Awareness and Justice (SEAJ) hosted Sustainability Week, which according to USG’s Vice President of Sustainability, Gabriel Perez, FCRH ’21, was a big success. “I feel like it went so well, I...

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