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Summer Songs to Melt the Snow

Summer Songs to Melt the Snow

February 3, 2016

  By Meredith Nardino Watching the snow fall last week made me long for only one thing – summer. There is nothing I love more than bonfires at the beach, endless hours in the sun and roadtrips w...

Blizzard Dodges New York City, but Still Brings Campus to Standstill

Blizzard Dodges New York City, but Still Brings Campus to Standstill

January 28, 2015

By Joe Vitale Meteorologists and city officials spent Monday of this week urging New York City to prepare for a historic blizzard that ultimately dodged the city, bringing just 9 inches of snow inst...

Say it Ain’t Snow: Reading Days Canceled

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...

Snow Forces Campuses to Open Late Wednesday

Snow Forces Campuses to Open Late Wednesday

January 21, 2014

By CONNOR RYAN STAFF WRITER Amid heavy snowfall, Fordham's Rose Hill and Lincoln Center campuses will open beginning at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 22, school officials announced Tuesday night. The Westchester...

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