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Fordham Pep Band members practice social distancing on the football bleachers while rehearsing. (Courtesy of Fordham Pep Band)

Performance Groups Adapt to Pandemic Guidelines

September 23, 2020

Fordham’s various performance groups have been tasked with developing creative ways to come together while also abiding by campus COVID-19 guidelines.

Veronica Quiroga, FCRH '20, interviewed Bronx residents about their experience with COVID-19 for her project. (Mackenzie Cranna/The Fordham Ram)

Students Document COVID-19’s Effect on the Bronx

September 9, 2020

Through the research methods and the funds of the Bronx African American History Project, Quiroga’s own initiative,The Bronx COVID-19 Oral History Project, mirrors the BAAHP and was created to similarly broadcast and uplift the voices of ordinary Bronxites, many of whom are essential workers.

ASILI Discusses Demands With Bronx Board 6 Manager

Kristen McNerney, Contributing Writer

July 20, 2020

Bronx Board 6 manager, John Sanchez, joined ASILI members for an Instagram live to talk about racism and Fordham's role in the Bronx community.

Fordham Names New Dean of GSAS

Kristen McNerney, Contributing Writer

July 16, 2020

Tyler Stovall, Ph.D. was named the new Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Scientists. The announcement was made in an email from provost Dennis Jacobs, Ph.D.

Courtesy of United Student Government

USG Addresses End-of-Semester Initiatives

April 22, 2020

The last United Student Government (USG) meeting of the semester included discussions about final business and the bidding of farewells.

CPS expanded it's resources for students during this uncertain time.  (Courtesy of Twitter)

CPS Offers Extended Services for Students at Home

April 22, 2020

Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) are expanding their services with online resources and wellness programming to protect student's mental health off campus.

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USG Discusses Coronavirus Concerns

April 15, 2020

The virtual United Student Government (USG) meeting on April 3 continued discussions about a COVID-19 concern form which has been shared among students.

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USG Approves COVID-19 Concern Form

April 1, 2020

USG discussed using a google form to help student voice their concerns during this transition period.

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Administration Discusses Coronavirus Procedures at USG Meeting

March 11, 2020

Members of USG tried to dispell misinformation about the effect the corona virus will have on campus.

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Clubs Update USG

February 19, 2020

The United Student Government (USG) Senate meeting on Thursday Feb. 13 touched on an array of recent and upcoming campus events and several topics official student business.

Students can donate old phones which are then repurposed into lifelines for women in domestic abuse shelters. (Courtesy of Flickr)

CSM Supports Calls 4 Justice Initiative

February 19, 2020

Committee for Sexual Misconduct Co-Chair Emma Budd, FCRH ’20, described a lifeline as an emergency phone for those experiencing domestic violence to call the police or a helpline in the event of danger.

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Senate Proposes Election Changes

February 5, 2020

In future elections, candidates will be able to gather signatures from all students not just those from their school.

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