The Observer

Office of Government Relations Encourage Student Voting

Office of Government Relations Encourage Student Voting

September 18, 2019

the Office of Government Relations (OGR) sent an email to the entire Fordham community encouraging them to vote in upcoming elections and providing detailed instructions about how to register.

Rose Hill Student Dies After Fall from Keating Hall Tower

Rose Hill Student Dies After Fall from Keating Hall Tower

April 14, 2019

Sydney Paige Monfries, a senior at Rose Hill, passed away on April 14 after falling from the clock and bell tower in Keating Hall.

Do Fordham Students Care About Rankings?

Do Fordham Students Care About Rankings?

March 11, 2019

President Rev. Joseph M. McShane, S.J., has written statements both criticizing the notion of these lists and asking the community to improve Fordham’s position in them. For the most part, though, college students find these ranking systems relatively insignificant.

Fordham Raises $18 Million in Donations in 2019 Fiscal Year

Fordham Raises $18 Million in Donations in 2019 Fiscal Year

March 6, 2019

Bob Howe, assistant vice president for communications, said, “Our alumni feel that their Fordham education has served them well and want to ensure future generations of Fordham students benefit equally from their time here.”

University Raises Minimum Wage, Students Remain Uneasy

University Raises Minimum Wage, Students Remain Uneasy

November 14, 2018

On Oct. 29, Fordham University released a statement officially raising student workers’ minimum wage to the $15 mandated by Gov. Andrew Cuomo for the state of New York.

Professor Suspended, University Investigates

April 18, 2018

On Friday, April 6 Associate Philosophy Professor William Jaworski was given notice of his suspension...

Philosophy Professor Under Investigation Suspended Through End of Year

Philosophy Professor Under Investigation Suspended Through End of Year

April 10, 2018

By COLIN SHEELEY and KATHERINE SMITH News Editors Associate Philosophy Professor William Jaworski has been suspende...

State of the Institution: Free Speech at Fordham

September 2, 2017

By COLIN SHEELEY News Editor “The Board needs to communicate more with the faculty,” Andrew Clar...

UPDATED: Investigation of Cunniffe House Incident Finds No Evidence of Excessive Force

UPDATED: Investigation of Cunniffe House Incident Finds No Evidence of Excessive Force

June 15, 2017

An independent investigation of an April 27 incident involving a confrontation between student protesters and Public Safety Officers (PSOs) found that the Public...

Salary and Benefits Deal Jeopardized by Alleged Changes

Salary and Benefits Deal Jeopardized by Alleged Changes

May 1, 2017

A scheduled Faculty Senate vote on an agreed upon salary and benefits plan was jeopardized today by allegations...

Flurry of Statements Deepens Faculty-Admin Divide

Flurry of Statements Deepens Faculty-Admin Divide

April 14, 2017

Earlier today, Bob Howe, Assistant Vice President for Communications and Special Advisor to the President,...

Fordham Faculty Members Hold Silent Protest Over Statutes Violations

Fordham Faculty Members Hold Silent Protest Over Statutes Violations

February 2, 2017

Over 100 faculty members held a silent protest over violations of University Statutes today. The protest,...