Senior Week Traditions Celebrate Culmination of a Journey
Steeped in tradition, Fordham’s annual Senior Week events provide graduates an opportunity to celebrate four great years and to make the most out of their last few days of college. Full story.
Mandatory Workshops Prepare Students to Get the Job
Two years after introducing a series of required workshops, Career Services staff say students are better prepared to translate the strength of their Fordham experience into the skills that will help them land a job. Full story.
Judicial Process Focuses on Responsibility, Concern, and Change
Fordham's code of conduct exists to create a safe and respectful atmosphere for students to learn and grow. It's those expectations that are communicated when there is a violation resulting in disciplinary action. Full story.
NBC News' Richard Engel to Speak at 168th Commencement
NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel, an acclaimed chronicler of wars, revolutions, and political transitions in the Middle East over the past 15 years, will deliver the keynote address to the Class of 2013 at Fordham University's 168th Commencement on Saturday, May 18, at the Rose Hill campus. Full story.
Explore NYC Gets Helping Hand from Faculty
The motto "New York is My Campus, Fordham is My School" has taken on new significance as the Office of Alumni Relations revamps this spring's Explore NYC program to be a bit more Fordham-centric. Full story.
Panel Describes Dire Situation for Middle Eastern Christians
As the Middle Eastern countries affected by the Arab Spring attempt to build democratic governments, violence against religious minorities, most notably the Coptic Christian community, continues to escalate. Full story.