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“If You Were Angry Enough, Fordham Would’ve Closed”

By Katherine Smith News Editor “Folks, you’re not angry enough.” Felipe Luciano stared out at the crowd within Rose Hill’s Flom Auditorium during his speech on Feb....

Faculty Senate Reaches Decision on Merit Pay

By Andrew Donchak Staff WriterThis winter, Fordham’s Faculty Salary and Benefits Committee and Faculty Senate were dealt the task of choosing between merit bonuses and...

Faculty Drafts Free Speech Petition

By Colin Sheeley News EditorAssociate Professor of Theology John Seitz has released a petition to members of the Fordham community condemning the university’s policies on...

FSTV Returns to Campus Circuit of Alternative Media Outlets

By Carmen Borca-Carrillo Staff WriterFordham’s media circuit welcomed the return of Fordham Student Television (FSTV) this past semester, adding a broadcast medium to Fordham’s media...

Kekistan Flag Photo Sparks Online War

By ELIZA PUTNAM Staff WriterA widely circulated photo of Fordham students brandishing a flag associated with white nationalism on a Rose Hill soccer field has...

Fordham Students To Rally for Walkout Against Gun Violence

By CARMEN BORCA-CARRILLO Contributing WriterOn March 14 at 10 a.m., Fordham Lincoln Center students will join over 2,000 campuses around the world in a walkout...

A Selfie, a Troll and the Issues That Matter to Al Sharpton

By COLIN SHEELEY News EditorIt was as strange as the Facebook event made it sound. “In pursuit of broadening political dialogue, we worked to bring...

A New Constitution, a New President, a New RHA

By COLIN SHEELEY News Editor“It was a rough transition,” Eunice Jung, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’20, said, reflecting on the past nine months...

Past Student Protests Prompt New Demonstration Policies

By RUBY GARA Asst. News EditorFordham University has made alterations to the Student Handbook’s demonstration policies following the controversy surrounding school administration and a student...

Speaking His Language: An Interview With Andrew Clark

By RUBY GARA Asst. News EditorThe moment you enter Dr. Clark’s office, you will presumably notice the amount of books surrounding his desk, almost reaching...