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Students celebrate Fordham women who have inspired them at an annual luncheon at Fordham Lincoln Center for the first event of Women's Herstory Month.

OMA Celebrates Women’s Herstory Month

March 10, 2020

Due to the University’s postponement of on-campus events amid the coronavirus outbreak, future Women’s Herstory Month events will not take place as scheduled. 

Sheldon Raymore, above, performing on Edwards Parade in 2017.

Columbus Day Controversy Sparks Petition

November 13, 2019

A petition for Fordham University to officially recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day, introduced by the Diversity Action Coalition (DAC), a committee of the United Student Government at Fordham Rose Hill, was distributed via social media throughout October.

Fordham Feminist Alliance’s (FA) weekly executive board meeting. Photographs Provided by Chelsea Ashley from the FA.

Fordham Rallies Behind Feminism for Women’s History Month

March 27, 2019

Highlights of the month were the two “Women At Fordham Luncheons” that took place on March 6 and 13. The events included a panel of female Fordham faculty, staff and administrators who shared their experiences navigating society as women.

Members of Black Student Alliance discuss their programming agenda for Black History Month. (AMINA VARGAS/THE OBSERVER)

Black History Month Blooms at Fordham

February 6, 2019

This year will be the first time in two years that the club has actively worked on promoting Black History Month.

Pictured from right to left, Dr. Clara Rodriguez and Zann Ballsun-Simms addressed the council's concerns on talking about the bias incidents. (CONNOR MANNION/THE OBSERVER)

College Council Discusses Failure to Respond to ‘Bias Incidents’

October 22, 2015

By CONNOR MANNION News Co-Editor/Asst. Literary Co-Editor The College Council on Oct.15 took a different tone...