Practice Makes Perfect: Students Hone Job E-Interview Skills
A"We teach students that it does not matter what questions they ask you in an interview. It would be nice if the question they asked you matched what you came to present, but it's your responsibility as a candidate to make a presentation," said Bernard Stratford, director of experiential education. Read more.
New Black Alliance Leadership Provides Support, Community
A new crop of student leaders has helped recreate Fordham's Black Student Alliance at Lincoln Center, building a strong sense of community and a forum for education and discussion. And they are committed to building a legacy that will remain for years to come. Read more.
Student-Managed Fund Again Outperforms Benchmark
The Gabelli School's Student-Managed Investment Fund has done an admirable job with the $1 million of the University endowment it was charged to manage. Read more.
New University Website to Debut in Fall
TFordham.edu is getting a major upgrade. The University's website is undergoing radical changes that will make it more attractive, easier to update, and more in tune with the needs of the University community. Read more.
Dad, Things Have Changed
Current parent and alumnus, Tom Riley, FCRH '81, PAR '15, reflects on how things have changed at Fordham for the next generation of Fordham Graduates. Read more.
Student-Athletes Honoered at Eleventh Annual Breakfast for Champions
Fordham University recognized 329 student-athletes as champions for their academic prowess at the 11th annual Breakfast for Champions in the McGinley Center Ballroom and Lounge. The Rams in attendance were honored for compiling a 3.00 cumulative GPA or higher at an event sponsored by the Fordham Athletics Department with assistance from the Student-Athlete Advisory Council and the Office of Academic Advising. Read more.