The deans of Fordham Business—Howard Tuckman, Ph.D., and Donna Rapaccioli, Ph.D. (CBA ’83)—are working together to revise the schools’ curricula and expand global learning opportunities.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Arthur J. Gonzalez (CBA’69, LAW ’82) has presided over the Enron and WorldCom cases, earning a reputation as one of the most respected bankruptcy judges in the country.
Talent Begets Talent
The President’s Council, a group of 100 successful alumni professionals and philanthropists, is committed to mentoring present and future Fordham students—and raising the University’s profile.
Live From Rose Hill
A behind-the-scenes look at Fordham Mornings and Fordham Nightly News—two student-produced shows that give undergraduates a hands-on opportunity to learn TV production and hone their journalistic skills.
Wrestling With the Angel
Are religion and art allies or adversaries? Critics and scholars explored this question during a two-day symposium in January.
The Other New York-Boston Rivalry
Notes on the history of Fordham baseball.
Fordham’s New York
The First Family of Pasta
Web extra: From the kitchen of Fordham parent Romana Raffetto, a recipe for fresh fettucine with butter, peas and sage sauce.
Mysteries of the Middle Ages: The Rise of Feminism, Science, and Art from the Cults of Catholic Europe
By Thomas Cahill. 343 pages. New York: Nan A. Talese/Doubleday, 2006. $32.50.
Real Women Eat Beef
By Tracy McArdle (FCRH ’90), 350 pages. New York: Downtown Press, 2007. $13.
Looking for Jimmy: A Search for Irish America
By Peter Quinn (GSAS ’75), 283 pages. Woodstock and New York, N.Y.: The Overlook Press, 2007. $26.95.
Thoughts of St. Ignatius Loyola for Every Day of the Year
Introduction by Patrick Ryan, S.J. (JES ’63, GSAS ’65), vice president for University Mission and Ministry at Fordham. 109 pages. New York: Fordham University Press, 2006. $19.95.