Got a Mouse in Your Apartment? These Scientists Will Take It.
The New York Times 10-21-2023
Jason Munshi-South, an urban ecologist and biology professor at Fordham University who has conducted extensive research on the rat populations of New York City, has helped the researchers with logistics, and will contribute to the study’s genomic analysis. He said that mice in urban areas probably eat different things, “so you might see them adapting to an urban diet that’s very heavy in refined grains, sugars and carbohydrates and things like that.”

Retired Green Beret warns of pitfalls in ‘difficult’ Gaza hostage rescue
Fox News 10-20-2023
[John] Paluska was one of the youngest rescue and recovery volunteers at ground zero on Sept. 11, 2001, while a freshman at Fordham University in New York City. His military service included tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, among other locations.

The Longest, Least-Remembered Great American Novel
The New Yorker 10-24-2023
[Marguerite] Young spent the rest of the sixties engaged in antiwar activism, teaching English and creative writing at Fordham and the New School. … To this day, Young remains a cult author. Though gossipy and sexist, her Times obituary gives an accurate picture of her standing: a “Greenwich Village eccentric,” rather than the author of one of the most ambitious novels of the twentieth century.

Mets’ Yogi Berra-Tom Seaver misery of 1973 is the ugly side of October magic (Vac’s Whacks)
New York Post 10-21-2023
Fordham this week became the first college program to join in the Coach Knapp Stair Climb, honoring Greg Knapp, the quarterbacking guru who was killed not long after he began working for the Jets by a distracted driver while he was biking. Several pro teams, including the Jets, run the stairs on game days to raise both money and awareness.

Q&A: The Pope’s New Document on Climate Change Is a ‘Throwdown’ Call for Action
Inside Climate Daily 10-21-2023
Christiana Zenner is an Associate Professor in the Department of Theology for Fordham University who is currently working on a book about the Pope’s writings on the climate.

More Than 80 Colleges With No Supplemental Essays 2023-24
Forbes 10-20-2023
Luckily, not all schools require these additional essays, which could help students bulk up their college list without adding much more effort. … When adding these schools to your list, make sure to review the requirements before you apply. … 19. Fordham University

Panel: Pope’s Message In New Document On Climate Isn’t Partisan, But Is Matter Of Faith
OSV News 10-23-2023
Christiana Zenner, an associate professor of theology at Fordham University in New York, called the document “a challenge of the heart.” … She thought Pope Francis came off as “a little cranky,” however, with these words: “Once and for all, let us put an end to the irresponsible derision that would present this issue as something purely ecological, ‘green,’ romantic, frequently subject to ridicule by economic interests.”

The Signal (Episode 17) | After Misogyny: How The Law Fails Women And What To Do About It, With Julie C. Suk
Bucks County Beacon 10-20-2023
​​Julie C. Suk is Professor of Law at Fordham University School of Law and is a leading expert on gender and constitutional law in the United States and around the world. … Today, we talk about her new book: After Misogyny: How the Law Fails Women and What to Do about It.

Experimental Movies Play In Ridgewood
Bushwick Daily 10-23-2023
First up was “Sound Spring,” actually a 25-minute excerpt of a feature of the same name that [Catalina] Alvarez, a Fordham University professor, is still making.

Once Oppressed, Catholicism Now Thrives in Puerto Rico
The Tablet 10-24-2023
“It was gut wrenching,” wrote Father Berbusse, a Jesuit who was on the faculty of Fordham University. “That brought the Puerto Rican from a position of dependency to that of autonomy and self-support.”

City Employees Among Recipients Of Housing Repair Grant Funds
The Post-Journal 10-26-2023
Mark Davies, a professor at Fordham University, seems to agree, telling The Post-Journal and WRFA-FM there’s nothing unethical about employees receiving funds from a program administered by the same municipality — as long as the workers themselves aren’t involved in the decision-making process and aren’t receiving special treatment.

Fellow Travelers review: An epic gay love story that’s as heart-wrenching as it is heartwarming
The A.V. Club 10-24-2023
Based on the novel by Thomas Mallon and created for television by Ron Nyswaner (Ray Donovan, Homeland), the beautifully shot and thematically rich miniseries, which premieres October 27, chronicles the tender, volatile, and deeply passionate relationship between Hawkins “Hawk” Fuller (Matt Bomer), a charming and debonair war hero turned political staffer who is able to compartmentalize his life, and Timothy “Tim” Laughlin (Jonathan Bailey), an idealistic young Fordham University graduate who is optimistic about the future and earnest about his political and religious convictions.

Domestic Violence: A Major Problem and Public Health Issue
Columbia University Irving Medical Center 10-24-2023
Dr. [Maja] Bergman began her career in Sweden doing clinical work focused on trauma, particularly within families. Her desire to pursue trauma research brought her to New York 10 years ago where she found a research interviewer position at NYSPI (and began doctoral studies at Fordham University).

Global X’s Alec Lucas on Investment Opportunities in Infrastructure and Reshoring
Opto 10-26-2023
Before joining Global X, [Alec] Lucas interned as an equity research analyst Nicusa Investment Advisors. He has a Masters in sustainability management from the Columbia School of Professional Studies and earned his bachelor’s degree in finance and value investing from Fordham University.

Ephraim Sykes Is the Toast of Broadway and Beyond
Dance Magazine 10-24-2023
Surprise number two: At the end, he [Ephraim Sykes] was invited to join the incoming class at Ailey’s joint BFA program with Fordham University. “Just like that,” he says, snapping his fingers, “change of plans.”

Small Christian Communities, prominent in Asia, Latin America, seen as model for whole church
Florida Catholic Media 10-24-23
Franciscan Father Edgardo Jara Araya works with base ecclesial communities at St. Camillus Parish in Silver Spring, Maryland, which is in the Archdiocese of Washington. For his doctorate in ministry from Fordham University in New York, he wrote his dissertation on three of the parish communities.

Free Finish-Line Franks for Marathon Completers at Gray’s Papaya; Meet Some of the Runners
West Side Rag 10-23-2023
Jenna Addison, 36, from Fairfield County, Connecticut, told the Rag she “spent many a late night,” at Gray’s Papaya while she was studying history at Fordham University nearby. “This is my first-ever marathon so I’m excited,” Addison said.

QLC Members Create Home for Trans Students Through Trans* Collective Group
The Heights 10-22-2023
The idea for Trans* Collective first arose when [H] Edwards and [Claire] Mengel visited Fordham University for the Ignatian Q LGBTQ+ conference last semester. “There was a group for trans students—trans law students—at Fordham, and hearing their initiatives, the programming that they do, the visibility that they try and create for trans students sort of pushed us to want to form this collective,” Edwards said.

Lana Del Rey Speaks On Her Upbringing Amid Rumors That She Grew Up Wealthy
What’s Trending 10-20-2023
Following boarding school, the singer [Lana Del Ray] attended Fordham University in New York City, during which she performed at local independent venues under a number of stage names.

Applications Now Open for the Fourth Year of the Cody Renard Richard Scholarship Program
Broadway World 10-23-2023
On top of his production credits, he [Cody Renard Richard] is currently an adjunct professor at Columbia University after previously serving as adjunct faculty at New York University and Fordham University.

Fox 29 News: Your Stories – Audio Unavailable
WXTF-PHI (Fox) 10-24-2023
She [Keyona Ball] graduated from Rutgers and has a master’s degree from Fordham university. Her life was on the perfect path. She never, ever imagined she’d be going through dialysis three times a week, battling the same disease that ultimately took her grandfather’s life.

WBFO-FM (Radio) – Buffalo, NY – Audio Unavailable
WBFO 10-25-2023
Fordham University researchers Dustin Partridge and Alan Clark found that birds were much more abundant on Green roofs in new York city in the spring and summer that are nearby conventional roofs often attracted by insects.