On June 24, Fordham began a year-long celebration of its dodransbicentennial. Pictured above is Archbishop John Hughes, founder of our "daring and dangerous undertaking."
Restoration of a lakeside path is just one part of a long-term effort to better manage the forests and wetlands of Fordham's 113-acre biological field station, and to attract new research.
For the fourth year in a row, Broadway producer and Fordham alumnus John Johnson celebrated victory at the Tony Awards. He and his fellow producers took home Tonys for Arthur Miller’s "A View from the Bridge" and Stephen Karam's "The Humans."
This year's alumni reunions marked milestones for some of Fordham's schools.
A crocodile exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History features biologist Evon Hekkala's research.
Make your own way with Fordham University.
Cura Personalis is Fordham's commitment to educating the whole person.
When you study history, you will see that across centuries, one of the great purposes of human life is to wonder about life, the universe, and creation.
Susan Wabuda, Associate Professor of History specializing in the 16th century