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The unannounced two-year admissions hiatus for the Fordham Classics graduate program came as a surprise to students. (The Ram Archives)

Classics Graduate Program Admissions Put on Hiatus

February 12, 2020

Fordham’s Classics graduate program is currently on a two-year graduate admissions hiatus.

ASILI, the Black Student Alliance, whose members are pictured above,will be hosting events for Black History Month. (Courtesy of the Ram Archives)

Fordham to Host Events for Black History Month

February 5, 2020

MacArthur fellow Saidiya Hartman will be among the speakers during Black History Month.

Five Fordham students won the Deliotte FanTAXic competition. (Courtesy of Benjamin Haney)

Students Win Deloitte National Case Study Competition

January 29, 2020

Five Fordham students made up the winning team at the 19th annual Deloitte FanTAXtic national case study competition on Jan 17 and 18 at Deloitte University in Dallas Texas.

Public Safety's decision to extend the hours of the late night shuttle was based on a conversation with USG. (Jennifer Hoang/The Fordham Ram)

Fordham Announces Two Hour Shuttle Service Extension

January 29, 2020

Public Safety extended the hours of the late night shuttle to the D train after appeals from USG.

The Trebek's son Matthew graduated from Fordham in 2013. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Trebeks Recieve Fordham Founders Day Award

January 22, 2020

Alex and Jean Trebek were honored with Fordham Founder's Award.

Students from colleges accross the tri-state area apply every year to participate in Writiing Wrongs. (Courtesy of Gillian Russo)

Lincoln Center Student Explores LGBTQ+ Issues and Daily Life

January 22, 2020

Fordham Lincoln Center student was published in a book about the LGBTQ+ community in Reading, Pennsylvannia.

The campus remained closed until 5 p.m. as subways skipped local stops and the NYPD diverted traffic.

Lincoln Center Campus Temporarily Closed Due to Street Flooding

January 13, 2020

Public Safety announced delays for the Fordham University Lincoln Center campus would close temporarily on Monday, Jan. 13 as a result of a water main break and street flooding.

Thanks-Give-Away featured performances, food and prizes. Commuter students came together for the event.

CSA Hosts 17th Annual Thanks-Give-Away

December 4, 2019

CSA hosted their annual fundraiser, Thanks-Give-Away with the theme Cirque du CSA.

Bronx Kreate provides studio space to Bronx artists.

Bronx Kreate Hub Provides Affordable Studio Space for Local Artists

November 20, 2019

Bronx Kreate Hub opened on Nov. 1 first after two years of preparation. The building provides affordable studio space for local artists.

Gregory Hopp FCRH '21 is doing Research while studying abroad in Jordan

Student Researches Tribal Law in the Middle East

November 20, 2019

Gregory Hopp is researching tribal law in the Middle East, while studying abroad in Jordan.

Fordham Flea is usually one of the biggest events at the university for Earth Week. With classes moving online, sustainability groups had to make alterations.

Sustainability Committee Collaborates for Sustainability Week

November 13, 2019

USG's Sustainability Committee hosted its annual week of sustainability. The week included an expanded Fordham Flea and a community cleanup held in conjunction with SEAJ.

Emma Paolini interns at Penguin Random House, focusing on marketing. (Courtesy of Emma Paolini)

Junior Reads Into a Future in Publishing

November 6, 2019

Imagine walking into work every day knowing there was a possibility you could meet John Green. That’s how Emma Paolini, FCRH ’21, feels everyday at her internship with publishing giant Penguin Random...

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