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Fall 2008

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The Santiago Pilgrim's Emblems
: A collection of walking sticks and scallop shells, traditionally associated with St. James and Spain's Camino de Santiago. Last spring, a group of Fordham students, led by history Professor Richard Gyug, Ph.D., walked from León to Santiago, studying the architecture and history of the pilgrimage route along the way (see "The Journey, Not the Destination").

Contents

Features

The Journey, Not the Destination

One of the most renowned Christian pilgrimage routes during the Middle Ages, Spain's Camino de Santiago (Way of St. James) draws tens of thousands of travelers each year. Last spring, a group of Fordham pilgrims made the trek.

Natural Partnership

The University and the New York Botanical Garden have joined forces to share intellectual and physical resources, collaborate on research and train the next generation of environmental leaders.

Making the Big Apple Green

Students find environmental inspiration right in their backyard.

Several Paths, One Goal

Researchers at Fordham are advancing cancer knowledge, discovering genetic mechanisms that inhibit tumor growth and illuminating environmental and psychological factors that affect treatment.

Welcome to Westchester

This fall, the University opened a new campus in West Harrison, N.Y., offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs, continuing education and professional development.

The Ram

He was born in the 19th century and his face has been in print for 90 years. This year, the Fordham Ram got a makeover.

Books

A Short History of the United States by Robert Remini, Ph.D., FCRH '43
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the White House: Humor, Blunders, and Other Oddities from the Presidential Campaign Trail Collected with an introduction by Charles Osgood, FCRH '54
The Great Delusion: A Mad Inventor, Death in the Tropics, and the Utopian Origins of Economic Growth by Steven Stoll, Ph.D., visiting associate professor of history at Fordham University
Sandhogs by Thomas Kelly, FCRH '87

Letters

Green Skeptics
What Divides Israelis and Palestinians?
On the Use and Abuse of Irony
Faith and Politics

On Campus

Dominican President Sees Fordham as Partner in Democracy
Class of 2012 Makes Fordham, New York Its Campus
University Jumps in Influential College Ratings
Students Raise Awareness About the Perils of Plastic
CBS Taps Media Professor to Cover Caucasus Conflict
From the Archives: A Holy Fool's Quest Begins
Panelists Decry the Sins of the Media
Burns, Schieffer Hold Forth at Fordham
In the Classroom: America in the Shadow of War
Dunne Appointed Vice President
On Italian Catholics and Migrant Ministry
University Teams with St. Barnabas Hospital
Students Walk to Fight Breast Cancer
Ever Ancient, Ever New
Civic Leaders Caucus in Support of Faith-Based Education
RETC Develops Robotics Curriculum
EMBA Program Ranked No. 25 in the World
Fordham at Work: Helen Norgard

Alumni Notes


Rams Roundup

Rams Rally to Retain Liberty Cup
Top Defender
Star Striker

Seven Questions with Charles Osgood

FORDHAM magazine welcomes letters from readers. Share your thoughts, comments and Fordham stories with us by e-mail at FORDHAMmag@fordham.edu.

FORDHAM is published quarterly by the Office of Public Affairs, with editorial offices at 888 Seventh Avenue, 7th floor, New York, NY 10019. Phone: (212) 636-6537. Fax: (212) 765-2976. Opinions expressed in FORDHAM magazine and FORDHAM online may not necessarily reflect those of the Fordham University faculty or administration.Copyright © 2008, Fordham University. eeo/aa

Updated: 10/24/08


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