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This year, the United Nations (UN) Women for Peace Association held its third annual “March In March” for gender equality on Sunday, March 8. This year’s theme was “50-50 by 2030,” meaning that the United Nations hopes to achieve gender equality by the year 2030.

On Sunday, March 1, Fordham students gathered at the Fordham College at Rose Hill (FCRH) University Church for the 11 a.m. Mass, as they do every Sunday. However, this particular Sunday’s congregation included students who usually attend other Masses, and even some who are not Catholic.

Fordham University continues its Fulbright success which began in the 2008-2009 school year, when Fordham broke into the The Chronicle of Higher Education’s list of top ranked research university for producing Fulbrights.

In a ceremony at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the New York Catholic community said goodbye to its archbishop emeritus, Edward Cardinal Egan, on March, 10, 2015.

Smartphones have allowed us to keep minicomputers in our pockets and have connected us to the world and to each other.

Since the beginning of the spring 2015 semester, Fordham College at Lincoln Center, (FCLC), has had four days in which classes were cancelled due to inclement weather, Feb. 2, Feb. 9, Feb. 17 and March 5. Three of these cancellations have occurred on Monday scheduled days.

Community Board 7, in charge of the Upper West Side, held its monthly meeting on Monday, March 2, in FCLC’s Pope Auditorium. The board voted on multiple resolutions, including the redesign of the one of the most dangerous areas on the Upper West Side: the Lincoln Square Bow Tie Intersection, where Columbus Avenue crosses Broadway and 65th Street.

During “A week of Reflection on Race Relations in America" as called for by President McShane, the Undoing Racism Collective holds its second open meeting.

Dr. Margaret E. Crahan, director of the Cuba program at Columbia University talks about unexpected developing relations between Cuba and the U.S.

Robert Howe apologizes for the use of "male blacks" in a safety alert sent to the Fordham community after multiple people approached him expressing disapproval.