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Fordham Reacts to Trump Presidency

In a victory that defied predictions, Donald Trump was elected as the next president of the United States on Nov. 8.

BREAKING: Diversity Task Force Releases University Study

The Task Force on Diversity at Fordham University has released the results of their long-anticipated study.

Students Sleep Out for Change

By ELIZABETH LANDRY Asst. News Editor Flattened cardboard boxes covered a large part of the outdoor plaza of Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) on Nov....

Controversial Email Raises Issues of Intent

“I just remember my very, very first hunch was, she’s mistaking me for another black student in the class,” Tristen Dossett, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’17 said.

Cunniffes Donate $20 Million, Now Top Donors

Maurice and Carolyn Dursi Cunniffe, both Ph.D., graduates of Fordham University have donated $20 million to the university, making the Cunniffes the largest donors in the university’s history.

Faculty Senate Reacts to Controversial Halloween Decoration, Saying “Public Letters Are No Longer Enough”

The Fordham Faculty Senate has issued a statement on the controversial Halloween decoration temporarily displayed in the window of a McMahon Hall apartment on Oct. 24.

McShane Responds to “Ill-Conceived” Halloween Decoration

A Halloween decoration in the window of a McMahon Hall apartment sparked outrage among members of the Fordham Community on Oct. 24.
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Multiple Robbery-Related Incidents Occur Near Rose Hill Campus

Fordham students were involved in an attempted robbery and a robbery near the Rose Hill campus on Oct. 23, bringing the number of robbery-related incidents involving Fordham students this weekend up to four.
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Student Assaulted, Robbed Near Rose Hill Campus

A male Fordham student was assaulted and robbed near the Rose Hill campus at 3:45 a.m. on Oct. 23.

Fordham Promotes Voter Registration

The deadlines for this general election’s voting registration window are fast approaching, with New York’s falling on Oct. 14.