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Office of Multicultural Affairs Hosts Week in Honor of Martin Luther King Jr.

Office of Multicultural Affairs Hosts Week in Honor of Martin Luther King Jr.

January 25, 2023

The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) hosted a week of events to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Fordham. The week consisted of four different events, including information tabling and movie nights where the movie “Selma” was shown.

United Student Government Discusses Club Proposals and Public Concerns

United Student Government Discusses Club Proposals and Public Concerns

January 25, 2023

On Thursday, Jan. 19, the Fordham Rose Hill United Student Government (USG) met to discuss club proposals and public concerns on campus.

Fordham Partners with the Career Center to Create New Seminar

Fordham Partners with the Career Center to Create New Seminar

January 25, 2023

This semester, Fordham College Rose Hill (FCRH) partnered with Career Services to create a one-credit seminar for liberal arts students. The seminar, recently renamed Career Exploration, is designed to give students an “extra edge” in the professional development world. Taught by Annette McLaughlin, director of Career Services and Cheretta Robson, senior associate director, the seminar meets once a week on Thursdays from 2:30-3:45 p.m. at Rose Hill.

Fordham Prioritizes Religious Diversity

Fordham Prioritizes Religious Diversity

January 25, 2023

Belmont University, a strictly Chrisitian university in Nashville, Tenn., recently made the decision to hire Jewish professors though they had only hired Christian faculty in the past. Since Belmont had begun to see a rise in the diversity of its student population, it has begun to change with the times.

Global Outreach Celebrates Its 60th Year

Global Outreach Celebrates Its 60th Year

January 25, 2023

The Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) has launched a campaign for one of their most popular programs, Global Outreach (¡GO!). Celebrating its 60th year, ¡GO! is one of the most unique ways to put your Fordham’s education into practice.

Fordham’s Department of Jewish Studies Hosts Three-Part Series

Fordham’s Department of Jewish Studies Hosts Three-Part Series

January 25, 2023

On Monday, Jan. 24, the Fordham University Department of Jewish Studies held the first part of a three-part Distinguished Lecturer Series. The lecture was entitled “Separation Anxieties: Jews, Judaism, and the Creation of Christianity: The Great Man Theory” and given by Professor Adele Reinhartz.

Walsh Family Library Presents Exhibits on Antisemitism and Racism

Walsh Family Library Presents Exhibits on Antisemitism and Racism

January 25, 2023

On Jan. 22, Walsh Family Library presented guided tours of two of its current exhibits — “Confronting Hate: Antisemitism, Racism and the Resistance” and “The Remnants of Jewish Life in the Bronx.” “Confronting Hate: Antisemitism, Racism and the Resistance” highlights different artifacts from Jewish and African American people.

Fordham Dining Discusses Fall 2023 Dining Options

Fordham Dining Discusses Fall 2023 Dining Options

January 25, 2023

Fordham University Dining is expecting many major changes in the new year. Following prior complaints about limited dining hours and lack of options, the University is going to work with students to ensure all needs are met.

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