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Winter 2003

          
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Contents

President’s File
            Miles to Go

News and Academia

     In addition, read about Fordham’s newest trustees.

Books
            Reluctant Saint: The Life of Francis of Assisi
            by Donald Spoto, GAS ’71 
           
Women, Power, and AT&T
            by Lois Kathryn Herr, GBA ’74 
           
Hopkins Variations: Standing Round a Waterfall
            edited by Joaquin Kuhn and Joseph J. Feeney, S.J. (JES ’58, GAS ’61)

 

Florida Olivieri, M.D.: Geriatrician
More health problems tend to exist in poor communities, which is why Florida Olivieri, a chief geriatrician at Mount Sinai Medical Center, is committed to bringing her brand of clinical education to low-income seniors in East Harlem.

Ethics in Business: Can Virtue Be Taught?
In the age of Enron, is a business ethics course simply Oxymoron 101? Concerned faculty, administrators and alumni say no. Formal ethics classes are just part of the story at Fordham Business.

Dissenter Poet in Residence
Veteran anti-war activist and avatar of nonviolence, the Rev. Daniel Berrigan, S.J., is also an award-winning poet who tries to “fire minds to a flare” in the classroom.

A Renaissance Season
Not since Fordham won the 1941 Sugar Bowl has the University snatched such a prominent place on the football stage. The 2002 Rams were national contenders and finished with hope, a lot of it, for the future.

      In addition, read about the late Al Bart (FCO ’38), one of the famed Seven Blocks of Granite.

Alumni Notes

Finis
           
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