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Inside Trump’s Days at Fordham

President Donald Trump likes to talk about the fact that he went to the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, mentioning his academic achievement in his book “The Art of the Deal” and throughout his presidential campaign.

Students Protest SJP Veto

Undeterred by harsh winds and cold temperatures, members of the Fordham community protested the university’s decision to veto the formation of a Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) club on Jan. 23.

Fordham Vetoes Students for Justice in Palestine

Dean of Students Keith Eldredge has vetoed the formation of a Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) club on Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus.

Fordham Under Investigation After Student Denied Service Dog

Fordham’s Office of Student Affairs denied a student’s request for a service dog to live with her on campus, despite her documented disability with the Office of Disability Services.

Alex Trebek Records Special Dodransbicentennial Message for Fordham

“What is a dodransbicentennial?”

UPDATED: Students Charged Retroactively for Ram Cafe Purchases Without Warning

Students are being charged retroactively for purchases they made in the Ram Cafe today.

College Council Discusses Diversity Training

College Council held their last meeting of the Fall 2016 semester on Dec. 1.

Student Organizations Rally for Standing Rock

Throughout the month of November, student organizations at Fordham’s Lincoln Center (FLC) campus gathered in solidarity with the Dakota Access Pipeline protests taking place on Standing Rock Reservation, North Dakota.

Students, Professors Navigate Post-Election Discussions

In what many students saw as a shocking end to the election cycle, Republican candidate Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton to become the next president of the United States.

Dining Services Looks Back on Aramark’s First Semester

At 10 p.m. on June 30, Sodexo ceased operations at Fordham University. By 7 a.m. the next morning on July 1, Aramark was officially in place as the university’s next dining service provider.