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Seniors can reflect on their past four years at Fordham with some help from The Fordham Ram. (Courtesy on Instagram/@landmarksofny)

Duffy Fellow Applications Open

Julianna Morales, Features Editor March 6, 2024
Applications for the Duffy Fellows Program opened recently. The program supports graduate students studying the intersection of religion and public life.
A new Citi Bike docking station has recently been installed on E 191st St. and Bathgate Avenue. (Courtesy of Instagram/@citibike)

Citibikes Come To Fordham

Sofia Donohue, Editor In Chief March 6, 2024
A new Citi Bike docking station has been installed outside of Finlay gate.
The Student Activities Fee Referendum has begun, giving students the opportunity to vote and increase club budgets. (Courtesy of Mary Hawthorn / The Fordham Ram)

Student Activities Fee Referendum Begins

Nora Malone, News Editor March 6, 2024
United Student Government is holding a Student Activities Fee Referendum (SAF) which will decide if the SAF will increase in order to provide clubs with more funding.
USG meets to discuss the upcoming Student Activity Fee Referendum. 
(Courtesy of Mary Hawthorn for The Fordham Ram).

USG Meets To Review Budget Request, Discuss Upcoming Student Activity Fee Referendum

Sofia Semper, Staff Writer March 6, 2024
The Fordham University Rose Hill United Student Government (USG) met on Thursday, Feb. 22, to review budget requests and discuss the upcoming Student Activities Fees (SAF) Referendum vote. 
Gabelli School of Business (Courtesy of Mary Hawthorn for The Fordham Ram).

Gabelli School of Business Hosts Marketing Career Conference

Emily Roe, Advertising Director March 6, 2024
On March 13, the marketing area at Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business will host its first Marketing Careers Conference. The event will be hosted from 1-5 p.m. at Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus and will feature a number of networking and career exploration opportunities for marketing students, including one-on-one breakout sessions with marketing professionals, a panel with marketing executives from diverse industries and interactive meetings with companies in a career fair-like setting. 
Father McShane. (Courtesy of Instagram/@fordhamuniversity)

Father McShane Receives Award from Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities

Nora Malone, News Editor March 6, 2024
The Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (ACCU) honored Rev.  Joseph M. McShane, S.J., president emeritus, by giving him the Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, CSC, Award at a banquet on Feb. 3. 
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Fordham Physics Professor Works for Fordham Regional Environmental Sensor for Healthy Air Initiative

Sinclair McKinney, Contributing Writer March 6, 2024
Fordham University physics professor Stephen Holler and Usha Sankar, formerly in the Department of Biological Sciences, have begun work on their Fordham Regional Environmental Sensor for Healthy Air (FRESH Air) initiative. The project’s goal is to teach New York residents about climate change and air quality, and involves schools in the Bronx, Harlem and Staten Island. Each school involved received indoor and outdoor air quality monitors, and the FRESH Air team helped to integrate education on these monitors and the effects of climate change into the curriculum of students.
Fordham Marriage Pact enters its third year at Rose Hill. (Courtesy of The Fordham Marriage Pact)

Marriage Pact Sees Decline in Participants in Second Cycle at Fordham

Cristina Stefanizzi, Assistant News Editor March 6, 2024
Love is in the air at Fordham University’s Rose Hill campus, or, at least, students thought it was. The Marriage Pact entered its second cycle at Fordham this past month; however, they found themselves unable to provide matches to nearly 50% of participants due to a limited number of straight men submitting the form. 
Roselyn Jose-Ruiz. (Courtesy of Roselyn Jose-Ruiz)

Fordham Sophomore Researches Psychology of Eating Disorders in Latina Youth

Adithi Vimalanathan, Assistant News Editor March 6, 2024
Roselyn Jose-Ruiz, FCRH ’26, is a psychology major currently working as an undergraduate research assistant in the Burke Health and Wellness Lab. In her work at the lab, Jose-Ruiz assists in researching the prevalence of eating disorders among Latina youth in a project spearheaded by graduate student and PhD candidate Tatyana Bidopia. Bidopia’s research project is currently scheduled to be presented at the National Conference of Eating Disorders later this month. 
Ilyasah Shabazz (Courtesy of Adithi Vimalanathan/ The Fordham Ram).

Ilyasah Shabazz Speaks as ASILI Keynote Speaker

Adithi Vimalanathan, Assistant News Editor March 6, 2024
On Feb. 20, Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz, spoke at Fordham Prep Auditorium as the Black Student Alliance’s (ASILI) keynote speaker for Black History Month. The event took place one day before the 59th anniversary of her father’s assassination. 
Fordham CPS is offering services to students throughout the spring semester. (Courtesy of Mary Hawthorn/The Fordham Ram)

Fordham CPS Offers New Support Options for Students

Alana Lewis, Contributing Writer March 6, 2024
This semester, Fordham's Counseling and Psychological Services is offering a variety of services to students, including peer counseling and support groups.
Fordham Rose Hill is home to many student-run theater groups. (Courtesy of Cristina Stefanizzi/The Fordham Ram)

A Spotlight on Rose Hill Theater Groups

Caitlin Wong, Contributing Writer March 6, 2024
Fordham's Rose Hill campus, despite not having a theater major, is home to three student-run theater groups: Mimes and Mummers, Theatrical Outreach Program (TOP) and Fordham Experimental Theater (FET).
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