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Contract workers normally rely on their direct employers for payment and benefits. (Courtesy of Twitter)

WRA Creates Petition to Pay Contracted Workers During Coronavirus Pandemic

April 22, 2020

Workers' Rights Advocates and the Fordham Law COVID-19 Response Coalition started a petition for Fordham to pay contracted workers through the coronavirus pandemic.

Courtesy of United Student Government

USG Announces 2020-2021 Election Results

April 15, 2020

USG announced the candidates elected for the 2020-2021 school year.

USG Meet the Candidates 2020-2021 Held Online

Sarah Huffman, News Editor

April 3, 2020

USG held Meet the Candidates online this year in lieu of their usual, annual debate.

Fordham's mutual aid spreadsheet is divided into sections based on different types of needs students might have. (Jennifer Hoang/The Fordham Ram)

Fordham Faculty and Students Start Mutual Aid Spreadsheet

April 1, 2020

Students and faculty joined together to create a spreadsheet where students can contribute and request necessary supplies.

Collins Hall is beloved by many at Fordham. (Courtesy of Ryan Di Corpo)

Collins Hall: Far in Distance, Close in Heart

March 25, 2020

As I search for a new space to write, I can’t help but reflect on why Collins is my sanctuary.

Ramchella, based on Coachella, was one of the events during Commuter Week. (Jennifer Hoang/The Fordham Ram)

Commuter Week Brings Worldly Festivals to Fordham

March 25, 2020

CSA’s annual Commuter Week featured events based on festivals from around the world.

USG asked the Office of Residential Life to consider leaving O'Hare open for students with extenuating circumstances. (Courtesy of Ram Archives)

USG Passes Residence Hall Accommodations Proposal

March 18, 2020

USG passed a proposal requesting housing accommodations for students with extenuating circumstances.

Di Rende took over ownership of Enzo's three years ago after the passing of her husband. (Courtesy of the Belmont Business Improvement District)

Owner of Enzo’s Discusses Being a Female Restaurant Owner

March 11, 2020

The red and gold storefront of Enzo’s Restaurant has graced Arthur Avenue for the last 15 years. Behind the classy but cozy atmosphere and fresh Italian cuisine is a tight-knit family headed by Maria Di Rende, the owner of Enzo’s.

Fordham Suspends Face-to-Face Classes Following NY State of Emergency

Fordham Suspends Face-to-Face Classes Following NY State of Emergency

March 9, 2020

Classes on all Fordham University New York-area campuses have been suspended effective 1 p.m. today, March 9, until Tuesday, March 10, according to an email from Father Joseph M. McShane, S.J., president of the university.

Black students represent less than five percent of Fordham's udergraduate population. (Cameron DeChalus/The Fordham Ram)

‘Being Black at Fordham’ Panel Facilitates Discussion Among Students and Faculty

March 4, 2020

ASILI, the Black Student Alliance at Fordham, and the Office of Multicultural Affairs presented the annual Being Black at Fordham Panel on Friday Feb. 21.

The changes to the budget committee's procedures are intended to reward clubs for using their money efficiently, as well as meet the needs of Fordham's clubs. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Budget Commitee Implements New Procedures

March 4, 2020

The budget committee has been considering making changes to its procedures for over a year now and plans to announce major changes this semester.

Liam Leahy launched Calamity Cookies to sell ironic misfortune cookies. He writes the misfortunes himself. (Sarah Huffman/The Fordham Ram)

Student Sells “Calamity Cookies” On Campus

February 19, 2020

Liam Leahy, FCRH' 22 started his company Calamity Cookies. According to the Calamity Cookies website, a calamity cookie is a cookie with a less than fortunate fortune inside.

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