In a time when everyone can be a photographer and film director on social media platform Snapchat, three Fordham students had the distinct idea of creating episodes of a Snapchat soap opera that Fordham students and outside viewers can easily watch.
The AnBryce Scholarship Program is applicable to first generation college students, service oriented individuals and intelligent students interested in law, and Consolo was the perfect candidate.
My heart yearns for the suffering this conflict has brought to both sides. Why is it that conflict over religion and territory causes us to carry out the most inhumane acts? After all, isn’t religion about acceptance, love and forgiveness?
After qualifying for the 32nd American Mock Trial Association National Championship Tournament for only the third time in the program’s history, the mock trial team celebrated a victory of sixth place in their division at the competition.
Fordham Law School graduate Joseph Gitler founded Leket Israel, an organization that provides food for the surprising number of undernourished people in Israel.
According to Fordham University’s Open Doors Report, the percentage of growth in the international student population from 2010 to 2015 was 161.8 percent.
With a mixture of bold textures, bright colors and high fashion, the Muslim Student Association took the Fordham community by storm.
Every Thursday night at around 10 p.m., a group of students gather in a McMahon apartment. Some bring tea, while the others rely on coffee to keep their minds awake for the reading about to take place.
As the harsh winter winds start to die down making room for the springtime sun, that can only mean one thing: ice cream.
Recently, a new organization has formed on campus to combat the quiet stigma against mental illness. This semester, FCLC opened a chapter of Active Minds, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to mental health advocacy.