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  • Bill Rancic CAB Announces Guest Lecturer and Comedian

    Bill Rancic, Entrepreneur and Reality TV Star, on Campus Thursday; Comedian, Dave Coulier to Close

      Anyone who grew up watching TV knows and loves Uncle Joey, better known as Dave Coulier, and any follower of modern pop culture knows Bill Rancic of “Giuliana and Bill,” and the first winner of “The Apprentice”. These two famous faces are being brought to Fordham by the Campus Activities Board (CAB) as a part of the Spring Weekend lineup.

  • Korea Website Undergrad Unveils Secret of North Korea’s Website

    It took Michael DiTanna, FCRH ’13, a matter of 15 minutes while working on a project for his North Korean history class to make a discovery that has since sparked international debate and public shock. The project’s assignment was to explore and research popular media sources and items of propoganda in North Korea, according to DiTanna.

  • Fordham Begins Website Reconstruction

    Redesign of Website’s Infrastructure and Content Expected to be Finished Within the Next 18 Months

    The Fordham University website has been a cause of concern for many in the Fordham community due to its outdated, confusing nature. Over roughly the next 18 months, however, the website will undergo an entire reconstruction aimed to alleviate much of the confusion and better market the University to prospective students and faculty.

  • realy – tom merante Fordham Holds Its Annual Party With a Purpose: ‘Relay for Life’

    Annual Event Raised $22,000 to Help the American Cancer Society in Their Fight Against Cancer

    The origin of the American Cancer Society’s “Relay for Life” event shows that it only takes one person to make a difference, but the progress of the organization proves that the help of others makes an even bigger impact. In the 1980s, Gorsy Klatt, a Tacoma, WA colorectal surgeon, wanted to raise funds for his local American Cancer Society office to show support for his patients who had battled cancer.

  • respect for life – Michael rezin Respect for Life Week Spreads Awareness

    Series of Events, Ranging From Guest Speakers to Symbolic Memorials, Shape Fordham’s Annual Respect

    After a year of planning and holding various events such as the March for Life, speeches from various keynote speakers and a conference, the Respect for Life (RFL) club closed its semester with Respect for Life Week. Respect for Life Week or, as it was promoted by the club, Respect “All” Life Week, celebrated the many aspects of what it means to be pro-life.

  • inauguration – Stephen moccia USG Passes the Torch at Inauguration

    USG Executive Board and Senate Members Take Their Official Oath of Office at the Annual Ceremony

    On April 19, students, faculty, administration and a few family members gathered in the McGinley Ballroom for the 2012-2013 United Student Government (USG) Inauguration Ceremony. Stephen Erdman, FCRH ’13, and Aileen Reynolds, FCRH ’14, were officially sworn in as the executive president and vice president, respectively.