On April 20, the talented troupe of more than 70 students did a benefit performance for the Denise Jefferson Memorial Scholarship Fund at New York's Ailey Citigroup Theater. Photo by Eduardo Patino, NYC.
Nana Lordina Dramani Mahama, an internationally respected advocate for empowering women and helping the poor and marginalized, will deliver the keynote to the Class of 2015 at Fordham's 170th Commencement on Saturday, May 16.
In recognition of Arbor Day, one of the surviving pin oak trees from Fordham's Calder biological field station takes up a new home in the Bronx. The planting marks the University’s inaugural participation in Tree Campus USA.