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Revisiting Our Troubled History

In an exhibit of paper collages, artist-in-residence Casey Ruble depicts historic sites where race riots happened nearly five decades ago, and former way stations on the Underground Railroad.

  • What s a Dodransbicentennial?

    On their first day of classes, students joined in the University s 175th-year celebration, with 2,800 cupcakes and a special rendition of Happy Birthday.

  • Newest Addition Opens its Doors

    140 West 62nd Street, the former home of the Fordham School of Law, has re-opened as a new home for the Gabelli School of Business at Lincoln Center, the Quinn Library, and the Office of Student Affairs.

  • Red Carpet Rolled Out for Opening Day

    The Class of 2020 officially joined the Fordham family on Aug. 28, as members arrived at the Manhattan and Bronx campuses for orientation activities.

  • Examining Refugees Struggles and Hopes

    A student exhibition at the Ildiko Butler Gallery grapples with the challenges facing asylum seekers in New York City.


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