A Snowy Fordham

The snowstorm that hit New York City turned Fordham University into a snow-filled dream world

A smiling snowman sits on a table near John Mulcahy Hall.


After a record-breaking 355 days, New York City finally got its first snowstorm of the season. 

On the evening of Feb. 27, New York City received about 1.8 inches of snow, its highest so far in 2023. With temperatures dropping to the 30s, many enjoyed the occasion, making snowmen and having snowball fights throughout the day. 

At Fordham, the snow covered all surfaces, turning both campuses into a winter wonderland.