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The introduction of a disabilities studies minor comes as a valuable new voice in the ongoing dialogue about disabilities at Fordham. Students for Disability Awareness (SDA) Vice President Lucy Clancy (left) and SDA President Cristina Pardo (right) also work to bring attention to the inaccessibility of Fordham's campus.

Advocating for Accessibility: Fordham Upgrades Disability Studies Minor

March 9, 2019

The introduction of this minor comes as a valuable new voice in the ongoing dialogue about disabilities at Fordham.

These increases in diversity and academic achievement coincide with increased acceptance of female students.

Class of ’23 Set to Become Most Diverse and Highest Achieving

February 6, 2019

Fordham continues to accept higher-achieving and more diverse students every year, indicating Fordham is becoming a more competitive institution in terms of admissions.

University President Rev. Joseph M. McShane addressed the question of

Fordham Receives “Mixed” Rankings

September 26, 2018

“I am writing to report that it has been a mixed week for Fordham in the rankings,” began a Sept. ...

Marc Deitz (FCLC '18) drinks a cup of coffee before class on February 6, 2017 in Soho, NYC. (ASEAH KHAN/THE OBSERVER).

Study Suggests Caffeine Improves Academics

April 17, 2017

By MOHDSHOBAIR HUSSAINI Sports & Health Editor The average college student will be seen with cert...

A banner at Fordham’s Rose Hill campus reads “Proud Athletic Tradition.” (Brianna Godshalk/The Observer)

Science Building Sidelined as Athletic Funding Rises

April 18, 2013

By TIM GAVAN Staff Writer Published: April 18, 2013 “It is still galling every time I look at [...

If advisers prove difficult to find, students may find themselves waiting endlessly for someone to notice them. (Charlie Puente/The Observer)

Trying to See an Adviser Shouldn’t Be This Difficult: The Recent Frustrations of Academic Advising

October 5, 2011

Unneccessary Stress Builds When Students Have No One to Turn to for Help By COLLEEN THORNHI...

Role of Faculty’s Influence on Athletics Creates Debate at Fordham

May 29, 2011

New Survey Examines the Relationship Between Academics and Athletics By Joe Artise Staff Writer Published: November 8, 2007 Faculty members and athletic department administrators from universities all across the country assembled in Washington, D.C., at the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics the week of Oct....