The Fordham Ram

Brianna Leverty, FCRH ‘20, first fell in love with Fordham University after visiting the campus during high school. (Courtesy of LinkedIn)

Senior Found Her Place in WFUV

March 4, 2020

Leverty grew up in Severna Park, Maryland, roughly 15 minutes outside of Annapolis.

(Courtesy of Sabrina Boyd)

Sophomore Finds Her Purpose Through WFUV

May 1, 2019

As her time at Fordham is nearing the halfway mark, she looks forward and contemplates what her Ram legacy will be.

Kevin Verga, GSB’19 is a WFUV employee who hopes to make his love for music a career. (Kevin Verga)

Senior Drums To a New Beat

January 30, 2019

As a third year RA, WFUV employee in the underwriting department, member of the Students Advisory Council, drummer for the university’s jazz ensemble and drummer in his own band, there’s never a dull moment in his day.

Jackson Heil, FCRH ‘21, has called many sporting events for WFUV and served as in-studio producer for various broadcasts. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Sophomore Leaps Ahead of the Curve

November 7, 2018

He is not just an on-air talent for WFUV, either; he has served as both an on-site and in-studio producer for multiple games and other broadcasts, including New York’s longest-running sports call-in show, "One on One," on Saturday afternoons.

Raffaele Elia, a junior at Fordham College Rose Hill, will be the next sports manager at WFUV, Fordham University’s radio station. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Junior Shines in Spotlight at WFUV

April 25, 2018

By Emmanuel Berbari Raffaele Elia, a soon-to-be senior at Rose Hill, grew up in Yonkers, 20 minutes from the gates of the campus, passionately watching sports. He had a keen interest in what w...

Bob Ahrens (seated, center) with alumni from ‘07, ‘08 and ‘09.

Retiring Bob Ahrens Honored by WFUV, CMS

April 25, 2017

By Aislinn Keely Past and present members of the WFUV community came together to honor Bob Ahrens, executive sports editor and mentor to many at WFUV, for his 20 years of service at “Forever Fordham - A Celebra...

President Trump's proposed budget plans to eliminate COB, affecting WFUV, an NPR affiliate.

WFUV To Lose Government Funding If CPB Is Cut

April 12, 2017

By Aislinn Keely The Trump Administration’s recently proposed federal budget plans to eliminate funding to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB). If it is signed into effect for the next fiscal year, starting on Oct. ...

Fordham students working in WFUV’s news department are producing a five part series which the Bronx publication Norwood News will accompany with a print version.

FUV Partners with Norwood News on Joint Project

March 8, 2017

By Ian Roden For the first time, Fordham’s radio station, WFUV, is partnering with fellow Bronx media outlet Norwood News on a joint reporting project to serve the local community. Fordham students in WFUV’s ...

Campus Ministry received letters of complaint about the Feb. 26 mass collections. (Photo by Kate Doheny/The Ram)

Lauded Fordham Alum Returns to Campus

October 1, 2014

By Michael Cavanaugh “I never would have imagined it would have lasted 40 years,” said Malcolm Moran, FCRH ’75, the founder of WFUV’s sports talk show “One on One,” which is now New York’s...

The Alternate Side hopes to appeal to WFUV’s younger listeners by focusing solely on new, alternative music. (Photo by Pat Doherty/The Ram)

Letter: Full Coverage for Athletics

March 26, 2014

Dear Editor, For two hours our Fordham women’s basketball team stood tall versus mighty University of California, giving the national TV audience an introduction to the Lady Rams program, players and...

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