The university has decided to shorten the operating hours of Quinn Library after observing low usage numbers late at night.
How can Catholic teaching help us understand and approach the Trump presidency?
57 academics at the university signed the Academics Against Immigration Executive Order, a petition which at the time of publication had over 27,000 signatures, 51 one of which were of Nobel Laureates and over 25,000 of which were of U.S. faculty members.
“Women united will never be divided,” went one of the more memorable chants from the Women’s March on Washington.
Fordham students with partial merit scholarships could soon see the cost of attending grow when the amount of their scholarships does not increase with rising tuition.
Late in the afternoon of Jan. 30, the Fordham Lincoln Center (FLC) plaza was filled with nearly one hundred students and a handful of faculty members, assembled against President Donald Trump’s recent executive order on immigration.
Over 100 faculty members holding a silent protest over statutes violations outside of the Board of Trustees lunch in the Bateman Room of the Fordham Law building.
In light of President Trump’s Executive Order on immigration, Fordham President Rev. Joseph M. McShane, S.J. has restated the university’s support for refugees and immigrants, especially those affected by the mandate.
Fordham is standing by Dean of Students Keith Eldredge’s Dec. 22 decision to deny a prospective Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) club official status, while organizations continue to write letters to the administration criticizing the move.
Temporary signage was posted outside the single-occupancy bathrooms in the McMahon lobby, but some students still remain frustrated with the lack of progress.