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My Jesuit Values: A Meditation on Residential Life, Service and Community

My Jesuit Values: A Meditation on Residential Life, Service and Community

April 30, 2019

The biggest lesson I have learned as an RA is that out principle role is largely misunderstood.

McMahon Freshmen Oppression Must Lessen

McMahon Freshmen Oppression Must Lessen

March 13, 2019

Fordham University is trying to divide its freshman class. After Orientation and outside of class, there aren’t many ways the members of both houses of Fordham can run into each other; so what do you do during that interim time before you find your real friends — dare I say your ramily — when signing you in to hang out in their room is a level of formality you just haven’t reached yet?

Holiday Closures Confuse Freshmen, Confront Students with Tough Choices

Holiday Closures Confuse Freshmen, Confront Students with Tough Choices

February 20, 2019

Matthew Chen, FCLC ’22 and an international student, recalls being frustrated when he saw the first email from Residential Life in his inbox. “It’s relatively short notice, to do something like that,” he said. “I live 16 hours away by flight, and tickets to Taiwan aren’t exactly cheap.”

Students Sleep Out for Change

Students Sleep Out for Change

November 14, 2016

By ELIZABETH LANDRY Asst. News Editor Flattened cardboard boxes covered a large part of the outdoor plaza of ...

After ‘Bias Incidents,’ Solidarity Door Signs are Approved by ResLife

After ‘Bias Incidents,’ Solidarity Door Signs are Approved by ResLife

October 8, 2015

By CONNOR MANNION News Co-Editor/Asst. Literary Co-Editor As more time passes since the two ‘bias incident...