How Author and Content Creator Lyn Slater Gets Better With Age
Harper’s Bazaar 03-04-2024
In 2014, while working as a professor of social work at Fordham University in New York, [Lyn] Slater started a fashion blog at age 61; within a couple of years, it went viral, skyrocketing her to internet fame.

For Women’s History Month, a look at some trailblazers in American gardening and horticulture
The Associated Press 03-05-2024
In 1941, [Marie Clark] Taylor became the first Black woman to receive a doctorate in botany in the United States, and the first woman of any race to gain a Ph.D. in science from Fordham University. As an educator, she applied her doctoral research on the effect of light on plant growth to change the way high school science was taught.

Trump tightens grip on US Republican Party with daughter-in-law poised to take key post
Reuters 03-08-2024
Boris Heersink, an associate professor of political science at Fordham University, said an RNC that focused its spending too heavily at the top of the ticket could undermine the important work the organization does for down-ballot candidates.

Idaho serial killer survives lethal injection attempt, prompting renewed push for firing squad
Fox News 03-08-2024
Fordham Law School Professor Deborah Denno, a leading expert on capital punishment, explained that lethal injection has become less reliable over the years with production of a key drug no longer conducted on American soil.

After Letitia James Wins Big in Courtrooms, She Celebrates in Public
The New York Times 03-10-2024
Bruce Green, who directs a center for law and ethics at Fordham University School of Law, said political calculations should not influence legal decisions. “The expectation is that you’re not going after someone for political reasons, that you’re following the evidence and the law, that you’re making decisions based on the facts and not based on bias,” he said.

Perjury Plea Opens Up Trump Lawyers to Big Problems
Daily Beast 03-06-2024
“It’s exceedingly rare for the lawyer to actually know that what the client or witness said under oath was a lie,” said Bruce Green, who teaches legal ethics and professional responsibility at Fordham University’s law school.

New York is expanding bag checks on the subway. How is this legal?
The Guardian 03-08-2024
“Whenever I teach students about this law, my students who are Arab or Muslim always say that they’re singled out by cops every time they pass a bag check,” said Bennett Capers, a law professor and director of the Center on Race, Law and Justice at Fordham University.

Why do we vote on Tuesdays? Here’s how the Election Day tradition began
NBC Washington 03-05-2024
“One of the consequences of it, is it keeps the voter turnout down [and]makes it harder for those least likely to vote to vote,” said Thomas De Luca, professor of political science at Fordham University.

Minimum Capital and Cross-Border Firm Formation in Europe
Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance 03-04-2024
“Budding entrepreneurs from EU countries might choose to incorporate in remaining EU countries with no minimum capital requirements (now a large set of countries including Ireland, Cyprus, and Belgium). Still, with the reforms in recent years, the incentives may have dissipated,” said Martin Gelter, professor of law at Fordham University School of Law.

Antisemitic and Racist Roots of Christian Supremacy w/ Magda Teter
KPFA 03-06-2024
We’re joined in this episode by Magda Teter, a Professor of History and the Shvidler Chair of Judaic Studies at Fordham University, as well as President of the American Academy of Jewish Research. Today we’ll be talking about her book, Christian Supremacy: Reckoning with the Roots of Antisemitism and Racism.

US judge says altcoins in secondary market sales are securities
Trading View 03-04-2024
Last year, Benjamin Cole of Fordham University said that an SEC victory in this matter could force exchanges to quickly determine the token’s securities status. This could have a significant impact on the stability and functioning of centralized cryptocurrency platforms.

PH Consul General Highlights ‘2016 Arbitral Award on the South China Sea’ Contributions to International Law at Fordham University
New York Philippines Consulate Genral 03-05-2024
At a panel discussion on 4 March at the Fordham Law School, Fordham University in New York, Consul General Senen T. Mangalile delivered a speech on the contribution of the 2016 Arbitral Award on the South China Sea to international law and the crucial role of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in resolving inter-state disputes.

PH Consul General Highlights Contribution of 2016 Arbitral Award on South China Sea to International Law at Fordham University, New York
Republic of the Philippines: Department of Foreign Affairs 03-06-2024
At a panel discussion on 04 March 2024 at the Fordham Law School, Fordham University in New York, Philippine Consul General Senen T. Mangalile delivered a speech on the contribution of the 2016 Arbitral Award on the South China Sea to international law and the crucial role of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in resolving inter-state disputes.

New York Consul General Mangalile Calls For Peaceful Resolution In South China Sea Dispute: Delivers Stirring Address At Fordham Law School
Politiko 03-05-2024
In an enlightening discussion on international law and maritime conflicts, New York Consul General Senen T. Mangalile delivered a significant speech at Fordham Law School, Fordham University, New York. The event, part of a panel discussion, centered on the importance of the 2016 Arbitral Award regarding the South China Sea.

30 Most Educated Cities In The World
Insider Monkey 03-06-2024
New York City is an education mecca with over 80 colleges, including big players like Columbia, New York, and Fordham universities.

Vince Lombardi: NFL Legend, Pursuer Of Perfection And Humanitarian
The Sportsman 03-10-2024
Having graduated from Fordham University on a football scholarship but with no real stand-out talent with which to wow scouts, [Vince] Lombardi ended up having to try his hand as a debt collector before quickly dropping out of the law school that his father had encouraged him to attend.

Denzel Washington and Jake Gyllenhaal to take on Shakespeare’s ‘Othello’ on Broadway
Good Morning America 03-06-2024
[Denzel] Washington last danced with the Bard in an acclaimed rendition of “The Tragedy of Macbeth,” which was in theaters and on Apple TV+ in 2022, and which earned him his 10th Oscar nomination. He first played “Othello” as a college student at New York’s Fordham University.

Fordham will lift the Yellow Ribbon tuition cap
Local Stories NJ 03-06-2024
In a new show of commitment to veterans and military-connected students, Fordham [University] will lift its cap on tuition paid under of the Yellow Ribbon Program/Post-9/11 GI Bill. Fordham will also eliminate its annual cap on the number of Yellow Ribbon beneficiaries admitted.

Incoming Fordham Law Dean On Goals, Making A Difference
Law360 03-06-2024
Law schools can be at the center of fomenting change in their communities, believes Joseph Landau, who is set to become Fordham University School of Law’s new dean in July.

Religious Sisters Offer Affordable Housing to Students
The Tablet 03-07-2024
For [Matthieu] Langlois, a PhD student studying history at Fordham University, the camaraderie is the best part of living at the house. Prior to coming to Christus Vivit Community, he lived in a dorm on the Fordham campus.

KODACHROME by Adam Szymkowicz Opens At Fordham University
BroadwayWorld 03-04-2024
KODACHROME by Adam Szymkowicz opened at Fordham University this week. The show was directed by Michelina Smith (Fordham ’24) for her senior thesis. The production received the Fordham College at Lincoln Center Dean’s Senior Thesis Grant to supplement the show’s budget.

WCBS-NY 03-07-2024
Yes, a college basketball team wants to join a union. Could this become a trend in college sports? Mark Conrad is a professor of law and ethics and Director of the Gabelli School of Sports Business initiative at Fordham University.

WUNC-FM (Radio) – Raleigh, NC
WUNC-FM 03-08-2024
Daisy [Deomampo] is an associate professor of anthropology at Fordham University. She’s interviewed egg donors about their experiences and feelings after donating with a specific focus on the Asian-American community in questions of race and value in egg donation

WBBM-AM 03-08-2024
Beth Knobel is a former Moscow Bureau Chief and current journalism professor at Fordham University. She says the President leading off with the topic shows that the support for Ukraine is an important cost to him.

KPCC 03-05/2024
“The patent and trademark office has issued guidance clarifying whether an artificial intelligence machine can be an inventor on a patent. Essentially, it’s saying, ‘Who gets the money from the patent? Is it AI? Or is it going to be a person?’” said Janet Freilich, professor of law at Fordham University School of Law.