Moral and Cultural Value
The Fordham Center on Religion and Culture, co-directed by Peter Steinfels and Margaret O'Brien Steinfels, hosted a lively post-Election Day discussion on the impact of religion on American political life.
The Fordham University Church, a New York City landmark, reopened in October after a 15-month renovation.
One Church, Many Cultures
The life work of Joseph P. Fitzpatrick, S.J. (1914-1995), is still prescient in its view of the challenges of diversity and unity in the Catholic Church.
Theatrical Visionary in a Blind Age
For Indian artist Ratan Thiyam, theater is a sacred space where audiences and actors think together about how to create a better society.
Conlin's Banner Night
Fordham basketball's all-time leading scorer returned to the Rose Hill Gymnasium to see his number 11 raised to the rafters.
Mike Hayes Busted Halo Co-founder
Busted Halo (www.bustedhalo.com) aims to connect with young Catholics, many of whom have lost touch with the church but still hunger for spirituality.
Anne Mulcahy Xerox CEO
The woman who helped bring Xerox back from the brink of bankruptcy has leadership skills worth copying.
Between Two Rivers: A Novel
By Nicholas Rinaldi, GSAS '63
The Myth of Moral Justice
By Thane Rosenbaum, professor of law at Fordham University
By Margaret Williams, GSS '77
Boosting Moral (and Economic) Values
Professor's Book Explores the Benefits of "Reputational Capital"
A Model School
As veteran education writer Jerrold Footlick recounts in A Model School (Villiger Press, 2004), Philadelphia's Gesu School has prospered during the last decade thanks in large part to the support of Fordham University Trustee Winston Churchill (FCRH '62).
Charting the Course for Prominence
With the strategic planning process in full swing, the University's president rallies support from the Fordham community.
Promoting Prestigious Scholars
Fordham Ranked Among Top Fulbright Schools
Tom Brokaw's Parting Thoughts
Law School Graduates Win Record Number of Fellowships
Philosophy Major Wins Marshall Scholarship
Catholic Studies Center Named
Pete Fornatale's Back Pages
WFUV Anchor Selected for National Radio Project
Twaalfhoven Receives Entrepreneurship Award
Scholar-Athletes Honored at the Garden
Global Outreach Expands to Include Alumni
Raising the Bar on Academic Excellence
Philosophy Professor Receives Prestigious Scottish Fellowship
Landmark Black Community Comes Alive
Model Institute Integrates Faith and the Legal Profession
Professor Helps Heal Catholic and Greek Orthodox Rift
Raised on Radio
Read a tribute to Pete Fornatale (FCRH '67), host of Mixed Bag on WFUV 90.7 FM (www.wfuv.org), written by Lewis "Lew" Goodman (FCRH '71), on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of Fornatale's first WFUV broadcast. Goodman, who grew up in the Bronx, was inspired by Fornatale's mid-1960s broadcasts to attend Fordham and to become a DJ at WFUV.
Global Outreach Alumni Project
Paul Francis (GSAS '03) was one of 13 Fordham graduates to participate in the first Global Outreach alumni project, a 10-day trip to Oaxaca, Mexico. The project, hewrites, "challenged our views on globalism, fostered a deep sense of communal development and enhanced our commitment to the Jesuit philosophy of being men and women for others."
Fordham's Irish Connections
"The ties between Fordham University and Ireland are deep and long-lasting," writes Carolyn Farrar (FCRH '82), a freelance writer living in County Donegal, Ireland.
Who Were the Celts?