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Adapting to Times, Facilities Plans for Future

Adapting to Times, Facilities Plans for Future

January 28, 2015

By Kelly Kultys Over the last few years Fordham has been attempting to meet the needs of its growing student population. With the help of the Excelsior campaign, the university added new residence halls at Rose Hill and Li...

Party Like It’s 2009

Party Like It’s 2009

November 12, 2014

By Kelly Kultys I miss Mark Sanchez. I really do. As a lifelong Jets fan, Sanchez brought my team a lot of hope, a lot of joy, a lot of pain and a lot of humiliation. I remember exactly where I was w...

A Middle States team will arrive at Fordham in 2016 for a decennial evaluation. Samuel Joseph/The Ram

University Begins Preparations for Middle States Evaluation

November 5, 2014

By Kelly Kultys With less than two years until Fordham will be re-evaluated for Middle States accreditation, the university has begun its self-evaluation process. The Middle States accreditation o...

The goal of “Fed Up” is to lend a hand in alleviating the factors that lead to eating disorders, which affect 30 million men and women in the United States. (Samuel Joseph/The Ram)

Student Organization Tackles Eating Disorders

October 1, 2014

By Kelly Kultys Thirty million people—both men and women—in the United States will suffer from a significant eating disorder in their lifetime, according to the Multi-Service Eating Disorders Ass...

Carroll says this text will then allow Public Safety to send a car out to the students in trouble and contact 911. This final technological update should be available in the coming weeks of the Fall 2014 semester. Public Safety president John Carroll cited need for a “more inclusive” title as a reason for the department’s name change. Sam Joseph/The Fordham Ram

Fordham Security Out, Public Safety In

September 10, 2014

By Kelly Kultys Gone are the days of “Fordham Security.” Now, the department is titled “Public Safety.” According to John Carroll, vice president of Public Safety, this name change is meant...

Faculty Unites Over Healthcare

Faculty Unites Over Healthcare

September 10, 2014

By Kelly Kultys Sept. 10 is an unprecedented day in Fordham faculty history. The entire group of professors across all three campuses met Wednesday to discuss recent measures taken by the university...

Editor's Pick: Coffee

Editor’s Pick: Coffee

April 30, 2014

By Kelly Kultys “America runs on Dunkin” is one of the most popular slogans in the country these days. It is easy to see why; according to, over 50 percent of Americans over the age of ...

Latham Addresses Student Concerns, Talks Ending Term

April 9, 2014

By KELLY KULTYS In one of his last events as dean of Fordham College, Michael Latham held a town hall to address some of the recent achievements of the school. He led with the impressive graduate school ...

USG Unites Pres Candidates

March 26, 2014

By KELLY KULTYS Nevin Kulangara, GSB ’15, and Sarah Skrobala, FCRH ’15, met their sophomore year as they joined Class of 2015 Senate. Now the two have paired up to run for the USG executive ticket. “It wasn’t like I picked her it was more of a mutual agreement,” Kulangara said. “Together we’re very balanced.” Kulangara began as a senator for the class of 2015 and has served as the USG vice president of GSB...

Club Leader Plans USG Run

March 26, 2014

By KELLY KULTYS Tochi Mgbenwelu, FCRH ‘15, is running for executive ticket on USG as a political outsider. She is not currently on USG and is driven by a desire to aid the student body. “I genuinely care for Fordham and the community that is Fordham,” Mgbenwelu said. “And so when I think something needs to change, rather than twiddle my thumbs and wait for someone else to take the first step, I take that leap of...

More sports journalists, such as these working at a Yankees game, are working later in life and becoming burnt-out, while a new generation waits for its shot. (Courtesy of JoelRyan/AP)

A New Generation Sits…Waiting

March 26, 2014

By KELLY KULTYS “I just can’t wait till it’s over.” I heard this while sitting in the media room and at the Atlantic-10 championship. I was shocked. Maybe it’s because I’m young and naï...

Heavy snow throughout early 2014 has caused four-and-a-half snow days. (Joshua Kim/The Ram)

Say it Ain’t Snow: Reading Days Canceled

March 12, 2014

By KELLY KULTYS For the second time in two years, reading days are no more, thanks to Mother Nature’s harsh winter. Last year, Hurricane Sandy wiped out a week of classes and forced a condensed sche...

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