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#18/17 Water Polo Takes Two to Stay Unbeaten in MAWPC Play
Washington, D.C./Annapolis, Md. – (September 30, 2023) – The #18/17 Fordham Rams kept their winning ways going on Saturday, earning a pair of MAWPC matches to improve their record to 11-3 overall, 6-0 in the MAWPC.
Men’s Soccer Takes Down Davidson, 2-1
Hosting a Davidson team that entered the weekend atop the Atlantic 10 standings, the Fordham men’s soccer squad set the tone early and never looked back in a decisive 2-1 victory over the Wildcats on Saturday night at Moglia Stadium.
Mrva Paces Rams on Day One of Columbia Autumn Invitational
Junior Jake Mrva turned in a one-under 141 over Saturday’s opening 36 holes of the Columbia Autumn Invitational to lead the Fordham men’s golf team at Lake Placid Club.
Football Falls at Georgetown, 28-24
Football falls at Georgetown, 28-24
Cross Country Takes Part in Paul Short Run
Bethlehem, Pa. – (September 30, 2023) – The Fordham cross country team took part in the Gold Division races of the Paul Short Run on Saturday morning, hosted at Lehigh University’s Goodman Campus Cross Country Course.
Volleyball Falls Despite Strong Third Set at Dayton
DAYTON, Ohio. – A valiant third set Saturday afternoon saw Fordham University volleyball hold its own against No. 21 Dayton for much of the frame, taking the lead on multiple occasions before the home side would pull away to claim the victory.
Volleyball Falls to No. 21 Dayton Friday Night
5 Things Not to Miss at Homecoming 2023
Homecoming is almost here! On Saturday, Oct. 7, thousands of Fordham alumni, family, friends, and fans will add their own spirit to a campus already buzzing with activity. They have plenty to be excited about this fall—and several new sights to take in at Rose Hill. As always, football will be the centerpiece. Hot off …
Rams in the News: First Hispanic Dean Duo at Fordham University
First Hispanics as Deans at Fordham University Telemundo 09-22-2023 “For the dynamic duo that knows about the long journey to become a professional in their field, their mission is to bring more Hispanics to Fordham University” said Allan Villafaña about José Luis Alvarado and Diane Rodriguez, whom he notes are the first Hispanic pair to lead …
Public Safety Advisory | Severe Weather Notice
UPDATE | 2:30 p.m. Ram Van service will be suspended after 7 p.m. this evening: the last Ram Van will leave the Rose Hill campus at 6 p.m.; the last Ram Van will leave Lincoln Center at 7 p.m. Students who have evening classes should contact their instructors for direction. Dear Members of the Campus …
How to Shift from Fast Fashion to a More Sustainable Future
The 2023 Fordham Women Summit will feature a fashion-industry panel plus sessions on environmental research and the power of our personal consumption choices. Each year, the fashion industry creates about 2.1 billion tons of greenhouse gas emissions, according to a 2020 report. That’s about 4% of all emissions globally. But the report also found that …