We need a ‘national tutoring corps’ to fix gaps in our children’s education before college
The Hill 05-19-2024
“National public service would also solve another simmering crisis by bringing together young people across demographic and political divides, as the military does now. At a moment when our nation has cleaved into tribes and retreated into silos, we also have a crucial need to invest in the skills of civil discourse,” wrote Tania Tetlow, president of Fordham University.

Why the Right Dominates When It Comes to Legal “History”
Slate 05-14-2024
“An alternative set of forums, seminars, and institutes devoted to serious constitutional history and its application to current legal issues must be created to combat the distortions, half-truths, and errors that circulate freely in the originalist ecosystem. Until law schools wake up from their slumbers, the originalist industrial complex will continue to run amok,” wrote Saul Cornell, the Paul and Diane Guenther Chair in American History at Fordham University.

CNN nabbing presidential debate deemed a coup for cable network
The Atlanta Journal Constitution 05-15-2024
Paul Levinson, a Fordham University media and communications professor, said CNN may get constant criticism from both liberals and conservatives, but “they remain the most representative of mainstream America. They aren’t as insanely reactionary as Fox or lockstep progressive as MSNBC. So good for CNN.”

Charting the course of executive education
The Financial Times 05-19-2024
As a percentage of the total open courses offered, the University of Strathclyde Business School in Scotland has the highest proportion covering ESG, followed by Fordham University in New York and UCLA Anderson School of Management in California.

Algorithmic killers & how to stop them
New York Daily News 05-20-2024
“It is time for New York to lead again. Banning the recommendation engines is the seat belt children need right now. We owe it to young people — and to the families who have already lost children, who watch with horror as the same technology finds new victims — to protect them,” wrote Zephyr Teachout, professor at Fordham Law School.

Israel and Gaza: Despair and What-Ifs
The New York Times 05-20-2024
“As a start, we need to understand how these folks were allowed to fall deeper and deeper into the cracks. How community-based health and mental health systems — often nonexistent or, at best, bare-bones in poor communities — were unable to provide any real, meaningful support before they became so lost to us,” wrote Arnold Cohen, adjunct professor at Fordham Law School.

Report on Key Bridge collapse raises questions with potential legal ramifications
The Baltimore Sun 05-17-2024
That’s where legal ramifications come about. Lawrence Brennan, a professor of maritime law at Fordham University’s School of Law, said the “multiple instances of problems with the electrical system” could serve as evidence the vessel was not seaworthy.

Iantha Richardson talks ‘Will Trent’
Good Morning America 05-16-2024
“That is me my senior year at Ailey at Fordham University. I got my BFA in dance at the Ailey school. I wanted to do contemporary ballet. I wanted to move to europe. I wanted to do all the things a ballerina would do,” said actress Iantha Richardson, graduate of the Ailey/Fordham BFA Program.

Tales From TikTok: 30-Year-Old Formerly Incarcerated Mom Passes The NY Bar Exam On 1st Attempt
Madamenoire 05-15-2024
The latest Tales From TikTok spotlights Harlem native and Fordham University School of Law student Afrika Owes, who passed the New York Bar Exam after her first attempt. Owes’ remarkable feat serves as the ultimate redemption story as she was previously incarcerated at Rikers Island for six months.

New York Women In Communications Announces 2024 Scholarship Recipients
TVNewsCheck 05-14-2024
New York Women in Communications (NYWICI), a female communications professional organization, awarded nearly $60,000 in scholarships this year to 11 college students to support their education and further their communications career journeys. This year’s recipients: Avery Loftis, Fordham University, The Beverly Wettenstein Scholarship for Women’s Studies.

The Unstoppable Josephine Maietta Lives the Italian American Dream
Italian Sons & Daughters of America 05-19-2024
She [Josephine Maietta] studied at leading institutions of higher education, including Hunter College Graduate School, Fordham University, LIU and others. Her major fields of study and course work included Comparative Literature, Foreign Language Teaching, Bilingual Education, and Supervision & School Administration.

Garth Risk Hallberg Takes On the Life-and-Times Novel
The New Yorker 05-20-2024
He stole not only her prescription painkillers but also a piece of video art that she’d made, submitting it as his own creation when he applied to a theatre program at Fordham University’s Lincoln Center campus, Garth Risk Hallberg wrote in his latest novel.

The Airpower School Students Win Big at International Cyber Competition
Maxwell Airforce Base 05-14-2024
Students have one final opportunity to bring more acclaim to ACSC before graduation when they compete in the 2024 Trust & Safety Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge being held at Fordham University in New York on May 13-14.

WMFE 05-19-2024
“You [Lyn Slater] were a professor at Fordham University’s Graduate School of Social Service with no connection whatsoever to formal fashion and no thought whatsoever about becoming a global influencer. So, how did that get started? What were the seeds of what has become Lyn Slater today?”

WINS-AM 05-15-2024
Guy Robinson at Fordham University runs the city’s only pollen monitoring station. He says the rain does bring the pollen count down. When it dries out, they go right back up again.

News 12 Bronx: New York, NY – VIDEO UNAVAILABLE
News 12 Bronx 05-13-2024
Last year, the sisters helped raise more than $16,000 for leukemia and lymphoma research. Next year, they are heading to Fordham University, where Nicole [Jallim] will major in law and business, and Natalie [Jallim] will major in engineering.