Salary and Benefits Deal Jeopardized by Alleged Changes

By STEPHAN KOZUB News Editor A scheduled Faculty Senate vote on an agreed upon salary and benefits plan was jeopardized today by allegations from both sides...

Navigating Political Discussions as a Conservative Student

Being a conservative at Fordham can be pretty difficult.

Faculty and Admin Come to Agreement Over Salary and Benefits

By STEPHAN KOZUB News Co-Editor After months of controversy and protests, the faculty have come to an agreement with the administration over salary and health care. The...

Inside the Three-Year History of Health Care Controversies

In the heat of the ongoing negotiations between faculty and the administration over health care benefits and salaries, the slew of statements that have been issued can be hard to keep track of.

Student Protesters Clash with Public Safety

By ELIZABETH LANDRY News Co-Editor Emerita The Fordham community’s social media was lit up Thursday afternoon by videos showing physical altercations between members of the Office...

Possible White Power Message Found Carved Into Rose Hill Desk

By STEPHAN KOZUB News Co-Editor A student reported to Public Safety today that she possibly found a white power message carved into her desk at the...
SJP suit

Students of SJP File Suit Against Fordham

By ELIZABETH LANDRY News Co-Editor Emerita With representation by the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), Palestine Legal and cooperating counsel civil rights and constitutional lawyer Alan...

Student Groups Shut Down Chick-Fil-A Proposal

Following push back from clubs and independent students over LGBTQ issues and menu offerings, the university has opted to decline an Aramark proposal to install a Chick-Fil-A in the Ram Cafe.
It's On Us

It’s On Us Hosts Regional Summit

Following a Week of Action, the Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) It’s On Us (IOU) Coalition hosted a regional summit for the eponymous national organization on Saturday, April 8.

Faculty Senate: “No Confidence in McShane”

As announced a few moments after 5 p.m. today on the Fordham Lincoln Center (FLC) plaza, a vote of no confidence on University President Joseph M. McShane, S.J. has shown that a strong contingent of faculty members do not believe in McShane’s leadership.