Ancient Romans and Jews used different calendars to mark time. But January 1 was a day in which they both reflected upon their religions, says professor Sarit Kattan Gribetz, who studies how groups merged differing rhythms of time.
As a Bronx native, Monsignor Thomas J. Shelley, GSAS ’66, never needed an introduction to the Jesuit University of New York. In recognition of its 175th anniversary, the former theology professor has researched, written, and published a definitive book on Fordham's history.
Founded in 2003, Fordham's Mentoring Latinas program pairs middle and high school students with a Latina college student. Together, they address the educational and social challenges that young Latinas face.