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‘I Never Did It Alone’: Former NFL Kicker Patrick Murray Shares How Family and Community Have Shaped His Life

‘I Never Did It Alone’: Former NFL Kicker Patrick Murray Shares How Family and Community Have Shaped His Life

Family. Football. Fordham. These have been the hallmarks of Patrick Murray’s life, from his family’s Gaelic football roots, which fed his interest in sports even before he could walk, to his three-season career in the NFL and beyond. Now a client services associate at UBS, the 2013 Gabelli School of Business graduate and former pro …

New Summer Program Fosters a Research Community

New Summer Program Fosters a Research Community

From examining how sports affect the behavior of young men to studying DNA replication and repair to exploring camp fashion at the Met Gala, student researchers tackled a diverse group of topics on the Rose Hill campus this summer. As participants in Fordham’s first annual Undergraduate Summer Research Program, the group of 40 Fordham College …

New Internship Strengthens Fordham Connection to Greek Orthodox Archdiocese

New Internship Strengthens Fordham Connection to Greek Orthodox Archdiocese

Harry Parks, a rising junior in the honors program at Fordham College at Rose Hill, has always felt a strong connection to his Orthodox Christian faith. Thanks to a newly created internship, he’s strengthened it even more. Parks, a native of Scarsdale, New York, who is majoring in International Studies and minoring in Orthodox Christian …

Vin Scully, Sports Broadcasting Legend, Fordham Graduate, and ‘Patron Saint’ of WFUV Sports, Dies at 94

Vin Scully, Sports Broadcasting Legend, Fordham Graduate, and ‘Patron Saint’ of WFUV Sports, Dies at 94

Legendary sports broadcaster Vin Scully, the voice of the Dodgers for 67 years, died on Tuesday, August 2. He was 94 years old. Scully was predeceased by his wife Sandra, and survived by his numerous children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. “Vin Scully’s death marks the end of an era,” said Tania Tetlow, president of Fordham. “As …

Bronx Students Have New ‘Visions of the Good’ After Fordham Summer Program

Bronx Students Have New ‘Visions of the Good’ After Fordham Summer Program

Sixteen students from Bronx high schools graduated on July 26 from a new summer program at Fordham called “Visions of the Good in the Bronx,” which aimed to teach them about philosophy, college life, and more. The program, which focused on students from the Bronx, particularly those from underserved communities, was made possible through a …

Two Fordham Alumni Selected for Report for America Journalism Program

Two Fordham Alumni Selected for Report for America Journalism Program

Report for America, a national service program that places journalists in local news organizations and helps cover part of their salaries, chose two young Fordham alumni to be part of their 2022-2023 corps. Jake Shore, FCRH ’18, and Sarah Huffman, FCRH ’21, were two of about 300 journalists placed in local newsrooms across the country …

A Fordham Graduate’s Commencement Tribute to Her Parents Goes Viral

A Fordham Graduate’s Commencement Tribute to Her Parents Goes Viral

When Tiffany Ferreira graduated from Fordham College at Rose Hill in May, she became the first person in her family to earn a college degree. Her parents had immigrated to the U.S. from Brazil in the 1990s, and they worked strenuous jobs to ensure that she and her younger sister would be able to pursue …

Tribute: Harvey Humphrey, WFUV Pioneer and Lifelong Teacher and Learner

Tribute: Harvey Humphrey, WFUV Pioneer and Lifelong Teacher and Learner

In recent years, WFUV, Fordham’s award-winning public media station, has built a national reputation as a champion of live music—from its concert broadcasts in partnership with local venues to its FUV Live series, which brings artists including Phoebe Bridgers, the Hold Steady, and Black Pumas to the Rose Hill campus to perform in Studio A. …

From New York to Puerto Rico and Back, Javier Lamoso’s Fordham Ties Are Binding

From New York to Puerto Rico and Back, Javier Lamoso’s Fordham Ties Are Binding

For many alumni, Fordham is where they got interested in one subject or another and uncovered a specific career path, but for Javier Lamoso, it’s where he discovered something more fundamental: a passion for lifelong learning and a desire to conquer his next big thing. Whether that’s becoming a lawyer, managing a venture capital fund, …

With Donor Support, Community Engaged Learning Courses Expand

With Donor Support, Community Engaged Learning Courses Expand

In a marketing class, students learned about food that was going to waste at a large market in the Bronx and how they might help address it. In a music class, students learned about world music and dance from Bronx performers who also educated them about cultures from Cuba, West Africa, and elsewhere. And, in …

Students in HEOP Take Part in Global Outreach, With Help from President’s Council Members

Students in HEOP Take Part in Global Outreach, With Help from President’s Council Members

Over spring break, New York City native Raffy Grullon, FCRH ’22, took his first-ever trip to another state—one that felt “like a different country entirely,” he said. The state was North Carolina, and many of the people he met there were immigrants who had suffered greatly before coming to work at the cooperatives that he …