Substance Violations Up, Report Says

Drug abuse violations and liquor law violations both increased at Fordham in 2015, according to the 2016–2017 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report.

Fordham Rededicates Renovated 140 Building

After months of waiting for the renovations to be finished, the newly reopened 140 West 62nd st. building was rededicated on Sept. 28.

Administration Violates Statutes, Faculty Senate Files Grievances

The Fordham Faculty Senate has filed grievances against the Board of Trustees and three senior officials of the university.

Robert Moses Plinth To Be Altered

A plaque or engraving will be added to the Robert Moses plinth on campus.

Adjuncts Demand Better Working Conditions

Fordham Faculty United (FFU), which represents adjunct and contingent faculty at Fordham, staged a rally at the Rose Hill campus on Thursday, Sept. 8, and delivered a petition contending for better wages and working conditions to the administration.

Faculty Senate Forum Analyzes Fordham Finances

Howard Bunsis, Ph.D., J.D., of Eastern Michigan University joined the Fordham University Faculty Senate as a representative of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) on Sept. 23 to talk about the university’s finances.

Two Seniors Bring National “It’s On Us” Initiative to Fordham

A new student group is aiming to expand campus dialogue on sexual and domestic assault and violence prevention with all-new programming this October.

Students Frustrated by Financial Services

Students' enrollment statuses threatened by financial services for missing documents.

Fordham Raises Tuition by 3.75 Percent

Fordham University’s tuition went up this summer by 3.75 percent, bringing it to a total of $47,850, continuing a trend of raising tuition on an annual basis.

Adjunct Faculty Protest Low Wages

Adjunct faculty at Fordham rally for better wages, more comprehensive benefits and just treatment.