It is highly disturbing that as the Trump administration launches attacks on both documented and undocumented immigrants, Lyman can pretend that her concern is for national security and for the legitimacy of naturalized citizens, rather than an attempt to stoke racism and xenophobia in Fordham’s student body.
If Fordham truly consists of students who are “men and women for others,” we would realize that upholding the respect and safety of marginalized people is more important than pitying those who are apologists for bigotry.
The deeply insulated and sheltered community we have created hurts Fordham students and Bronx residents alike.
by Evan Cramb, FCRH ’18 As of October 25, 2016 13. No hoverboards These two-wheeled personal motor vehicles are prone to catching on fire and riders run the risk of […]
by Evan Cramb, FCRH ’18 Fordham University has a set of rules prohibiting “cohabitation.” These are policies to prevent pre-marital sex. Residents of the student dorms are not allowed to […]
by Steven Payne, Graduate Teaching Fellow, Theology, GSAS Why should graduate students at Fordham concern themselves with the adjunct and lecturer unionization drive here on campus right now? I’d like to […]
The screening speaks to a larger unwillingness by Fordham’s administration to treat pregnant students and faculty with respect and dignity–whether or not they choose to bring their pregnancies to term.
by Claire Del Sorbo, FCRH ‘19 On September 3rd, three students living in Finlay Hall found a homophobic remark written on the whiteboard on their door in permanent marker. The […]
by Evan Cramb, FCRH ’18 Tomorrow, September 8, a group of Fordham adjunct professors called Fordham Faculty United will deliver to Father McShane their petition for living wages, benefits, and […]
by Sofia Dadap, FCLC ’18 “Did you know that there are 2,900 abortions every day in the United States? Come remember those affected by abortion, both the unborn and post-abortive […]