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a flyer for the event reading "Religion, Culture, and Sexuality : A Digital Dialogue, Thursday October 8th 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm, Hosted by the LQBTQ+ History Month committee"
Finding Space for Sexuality on a Jesuit Campus
By KAT EHRING October 15, 2020
On Oct. 8, the LGBTQ Month Committee led a digital dialogue about religion, culture and sexuality with professors and student leaders as guest speakers. Members of the Fordham community shared their experiences being queer on "God's campus."
The reception desk of University Health Services, which oversees COVID-19 testing
New Rounds of COVID-19 Testing
By STEPHEN BRAGALE October 14, 2020
All on-campus students and faculty must complete monthly COVID tests. However, who has access to the tests and who pays is still unclear.
the doorway of the ram cafe dining location, with a red sign on top saying "ram cafe" and one of three glass doors open
Campus Dining Favorites Close and Cut Hours for the Semester
By CHLOE ZELCH October 8, 2020
The first month of the fall semester brought the temporary closing of the Schmeltzer Dining Room and significant cuts to Ram Café and Argo Tea.
photo of an empty hallway
BREAKING: Spring 2021 Calendar Announced
October 8, 2020
Undergraduate classes will begin on Feb. 1, two weeks later than the original Jan. 19 spring start date. Spring break will also be canceled.
a group of international students smiling as they sit in a group on the Outdoor Plaza
International Students’ Health Care Denied
By KATRINA LAMBERT October 1, 2020
After a new policy prevented students from purchasing more affordable health care, 49 international students signed a petition.
Robert Sundstrom wearing a Fordham hat and mask poses in front of the ram statue in the Outdoor Plaza
New USG Leaders Set Goals for a Semester Defined by COVID-19
By KATRINA LAMBERT and ALLIE STOFER October 1, 2020
The new vice president and senators of the United Student Government share what they are excited to focus on this year.