The Observer

A graphic representing Fordham's finances

The Budget Was Finalized. Then Coronavirus Hit.

April 29, 2020

In the dire time of the novel coronavirus, the financial situation for students, staff and the university is anything but ideal.

Keating Hall at Rose Hill on a sunny day with Edward's Parade empty

Isolated on Fordham’s Empty Campuses

April 22, 2020

With most students gone and the streets around campus empty, those who remain at and near Fordham campuses find themselves in an entirely new environment.

ROTC cadets come from schools around NYC to join Fordham's program, which is know as the Ram Battalion.

A Jesuit Approach to Army ROTC

January 20, 2020

Fordham’s Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) program has a long history, but the program is bringing new ideas and approaches to the Army. Both student and faculty members of the Ram Battalion comment on how Jesuit values influence its military training.

Katz Fantulin, President of Rainbow Alliance, said that

Club Spotlight: Fashion for Philanthropy and Rainbow Alliance

November 6, 2019

One might have questioned how one club can have pulled off such a spectacular event — that’s because the show marked a special collaboration between two Fordham Lincoln Center clubs: Fashion For Philanthropy and Rainbow Alliance.

Stove's and SIP members watch Nora Thomas, FCRH '21, improvise a scene with Kevin Daley, FCRH '22.

Stranded in Stove’s: First Cross-Campus Improv Show

October 16, 2019

While Rose Hill and Lincoln Center are usually pitted against each other, each campus’ respective comedy club came together for a night of laughs.

Fordham has participated in the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice at Capitol Hill for many years.

Campus Ministry Calls Out Capitol Hill

October 16, 2019

In a few weeks, Fordham students and faculty will join other students from Jesuit institutions in Washington D.C. for the Ignation Family Teach-in for Justice (IFTJ), the largest annual Catholic gathering for social justice.