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October 22, 2007


Korean Exchange Program Launched at Law School

Ted Koppel Discusses Hot-Button Issues in the News During Presentation at GBA

Scholars Debate Morality of U.S. Troop Withdrawal

BusinessWeek Selects CBA Professor as Student Favorite

How Prices are Set, Perceived Can Yield Insights into Minds of Consumers, Scholar Says

Campus Emergency Medical Services Squad Celebrates 30 Years in Service

Widely Respected Actor Tells Theater Students to Perform Early and Often

Fordham Awash in Maroon During Homecoming

Pastoral Caregivers Urged to Emphasize the Holy Trinity in Helping Their Parishioners

Fordham College at Rose Hill Scholars From Class of 2011 Feted

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Inside Fordham is online at www.fordham.edu/insidefordham
October 22, 2007 • Volume 30, No. 4

Ted Koppel Discusses Hot-Button Issues
in the News During Presentation at GBA

The news media’s increased use of video footage provided by “citizen journalists,” often shot with cell phone cameras or small handheld camcorders, is a “terrible thing,” according to veteran news anchor Ted Koppel who visited Fordham University on Sept. 24.

“I do not dispute that they play a useful role, but I think it’s a huge mistake because the Internet and these non-solicited reports can also be used by organizations that want to circumvent normal safeguards that a traditional news organization has in place,” said Koppel, who addressed an audience at the McNally Amphitheatre on the Lincoln Center campus.

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Scholars Debate Morality of U.S. Troop Withdrawal

Iraq Takes Center Stage at Fordham Forum

Four specialists in ethics and international affairs presented contrasting views on America’s moral responsibility to Iraq and its people at a public forum organized by the Fordham Center on Religion and Culture.

The standing-room-only event, “Exit or No Exit: Morality and Withdrawal from Iraq,” took place on Sept. 18 at the Lincoln Center campus.

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Korean Exchange Program Launched at Law School

The Fordham University School of Law and Sungkyunkwan University College of Law (SKKU) in Seoul, South Korea, have entered into a student exchange agreement that will allow up to four Fordham law students to spend a semester at the Korean university and up to four SKKU students to attend Fordham.

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Campus Emergency Medical Services Squad
Celebrates 30 Years in Service

How Prices are Set, Perceived Can Yield Insights into
Minds of Consumers, Scholar Says


The Many Characters of Willem Dafoe:
Widely Respected Actor Tells Theater Students to
Perform Early and Often


Fordham College at Rose Hill Scholars
From Class of 2011 Feted

Pastoral Caregivers Urged to Emphasize the Holy Trinity in Helping Their Parishioners

Fordham Awash in Maroon During Homecoming

Sapientia et Doctrina: The Primacy of Sapientia and the Best of Doctrina

Author and Scholar Completely ‘Plugged Into’ the
Media World in the Age of Youtube, Facebook and the Blogosphere


Economist Studies British Women’s Property Rights Act and Finds the Good and the Bad

On the Demographics of Race:
Professor Tracks Assimilation of Racial, Ethnic Groups
Through New York City Housing Market

Inside Fordham Staff and Submission Deadlines

BusinessWeek Selects CBA Professor as
Student Favorite

Janet DiLorenzo, Ed.D., assistant professor of marketing at the College of Business Administration (CBA), has made BusinessWeek magazine’s annual list of favorite undergraduate business professors.

The magazine, which published the list in its online edition on Sept. 4, described DiLorenzo as a “nurturer” and “equally tough grader who expects the very best from her students.”

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