There’s a saying in the tech industry that if you’re not paying, you’re the product. The summer before my freshman year, my parents warned me that as a scholarship student, Fordham would likely see me as a petting zoo llama, a toy for the Bretts and Bryttneighs of our campus to see how the other half lives.
Al Gore is almost unique among Tennessee politicians, and among Southerners in general. In his words, “I’m the only vegan cattle rancher you know.”
This past February I had the amazing opportunity to lay out of my morning class and the even more amazing opportunity to see the Secretary-General of the U.N. speak in person.
Almost forty years ago, a Fordham professor was arrested for breaking into a nuclear weapons plant. Today, professors in Peace and Justice Studies remain some of the most radical, dedicated, and diverse voices on campus.
It’s that time of year again – chestnuts are roasting on an open fire, Megyn Kelly is being roasted on Twitter, and Black Santa ornaments are once again gracing store shelves in our corner of the South Bronx.
Recently, we sat down with Dr. Karina Hogan to discuss why she and fellow faculty members see acceptance of trans students as fitting with Fordham’s Jesuit mission.
Decision time, here’s what we got!
For our special Halloween issue, the paper uncovers long-buried secrets from the Bible and other mysterious manuscripts.
Surprisingly not clickbait conversations with Jane Goodall and other inspiring women leading the fight against climate change around the world.
“Sacred lands are at stake, but our lives are even more sacred than that!” Queen Quet Marquetta L. Goodwine talks about her advocacy work with the United Nations, the history of the Gullah/Geechee, and how we can help after Hurricane Florence.