Fordham Law’s Karen Greenberg on National Public Radio
NPR 11-01-17
[Audio] Karen J. Greenberg discusses recent terror attack in New York City.

7 Factors You Can Address to Boost Trust in Your Business Relationship
Entrepreneur 10-31-17
On the contrary, Robert Hurley, a professor of management systems at Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business, wrote, trust is a decision-making process that can be understood and influenced.

World Rugby’s transgender policies are discriminatory, and this student is fighting to change them
ThinkProgress 11-01-17
The letter, which was signed by nearly 400 athletes and organizations in the international rugby community, was spearheaded by Fordham senior Jean Kim.


The Changing Face of Catechesis
The Tablet 10-25-17
Upon completion of the Institute, a formal certificate or degree will be granted from an approved university, such as Fordham, St. John’s, St. Joseph’s Seminary, or the Catholic Distance University.

Their Catholic University Keeps Shutting Them Down, But This LGBTQ Group Continues Fighting For Recognition
GOOD Magazine 10-25-17
Marquette University and Fordham University have both implemented transgender-inclusive bathrooms.

Calvary Hosts 11th Annual Spiritual Care Day
Benzinga 10-25-17
Calvary Hospital hosted its 11th Annual Spiritual Care Day on Wed. Oct. 18. More than 140 people attended this year’s event, entitled “Sacred Encounters: Bringing Light to the Darkness,” which took place for the second consecutive year at Fordham University’s Lincoln Center Campus.

Fordham University: Putin and Traditional Values
4 Traders 10-29-17
On November 1, at the Lincoln Center campus, a panel will delve deeper into the subject in a talk titled, ‘Trump, Putin and Traditional Values.’

Blockchain comes to food
Gadget 10-30-17
IBM is also working with select universities including Baruch College/CUNY, Fordham University, University of Arkansas, University at Buffalo and University of British Columbia to fund research grants, develop customized curricula and host workshops and hackathons.

Head of Cristo Rey New York High School receives Spirit of Francis Award
National Catholic Reporter 10-30-17
Proceeds from the 2017 award dinner will fund graduate scholarships for Catholic Extension’s Young Adult Leadership Initiative at Jesuit-run Fordham University in New York.

Martin Luther Changed Christianity 500 Years Ago. It Changed Again in the 1960s
Time Magazine 10-30-17
It was a sign of the times that Fordham University, a Catholic institution, and Union Theological Seminary co-sponsored a highly attended forum to mark the anniversary.

No creature who encounters pizza remains unchanged-including mice
Quartz 10-31-17
A small study conducted by biologists from the State University of New York and Fordham University, and published in Molecular Biology (paywall) on Oct. 26, suggests that city mice are evolving to accommodate fast food in their diets.

Fordham U. Hosts College Access Fair
Bronx Times 10-28-17
Fordham University hosted the College Access Fair at its Rose Hill Campus on Saturday, October 21.


Tom Paxton Turns 80: America’s Greatest Troubadour Reflects on Decades of Love, Laughter & Outrage
NewsDog 10-26-17
“You can draw a direct line from Woody Guthrie to Pete Seeger to this man, who is a true troubadour” said John Platt of WFUV (the adult-alternative public radio station at New York’s Fordham University) as he introduced Paxton at the Clearwater Festival.

For 70 Years The Lessons Of Listening And Story Telling In College Radio Never More Valuable…
Sports Marketing & PR Roundup 10-28-17
So it is that through the beauty of Facebook’s “On This Day” feature (one of two things I do every morning; look at birthdays and click “On This Day” as it takes you back to where you were an serves as a great reset for all going on for at least a few seconds) and noticed that a few years ago, my alma mater, Fordham University, had posted a picture and short story about the beginnings of college radio in the Bronx, at WFUV.


Realizing the Witch: Science, Cinema, and the Mastery of the Invisible by Richard Baxstrom and Todd Meyers (review)
Project MUSE 10-26-17
Richard Baxstrom and Todd Meyers, Realizing the Witch: Science, Cinema, and the Mastery of the Invisible. New York: Fordham University Press, 2016, 285 pp. $29.95 paper.

The Cruelest of All Mothers: Marie de l’Incarnation, Motherhood, and Christian Tradition by Mary Dunn (review)
Project MUSE 10-26-17
The Cruelest of All Mothers: Marie de l’Incarnation, Motherhood, and Christian Tradition, by Mary Dunn. New York: Fordham University Press, 2016. 208pp. $45.00

Miglena Nikolchina: Between Irony and Revolution, Sexual Difference and the Case of Aufhebung
CULTurMAG 11-01-17
Thanks to Miglena Nikolchina and Fordham University Press for the permission to republish this 3rd chapter of: Miglena Nikolchina (2012), Lost Unicorns of the Velvet Revolutions, Heterotopias of the Seminar, New York, 69-87.


Project Management, a Curse and a Blessing
Inside Higher Ed 10-31-17
Donna Lehmann is the assistant vice president for marketing at Fordham University, in New York City.


SHU Commemorates Kristallnacht
Hamlet Hub Local News 10-26-17
[Anthony] Davidson, dean of the School of Professional and Continuing Studies at Fordham University in New York, will recount his mother’s personal story of courage, heroism and survival during the Holocaust in his lecture, “From Munkatch to Manchester through the Gates of Auschwitz.”

Fordham University School of Professional and Continuing Studies Appoints Andrea Marais Associate Dean of Strategic Marketing and Enrollment
ABC FOX Montana 10-26-17
Fordham University’s School of Professional and Continuing Studies (PCS) is pleased to announce that Andrea Marais has been named Associate Dean of Strategic Marketing and Enrollment.

Carlton Fields Adds Structured Finance Securities Pro Troy W. Doll in New York
Publicnow 10-30-17
In 2018 (Spring and Summer semesters), Doll will serve as an adjunct professor at Fordham Real Estate Institute teaching real estate law.


Neota Logic and LawWithoutWalls Engage in Groundbreaking Collaboration to Apply AI Software to Solve Legal Challenges 10-26-17
Pioneered by the University of Miami School of Law, LWOW is offered in conjunction with leading law and business schools around the world, including Harvard Law School, Stanford Law School, Fordham Law School, the University of St Gallen, University College London Faculty of Laws, IE University, the Melbourne Law School and Peking University (STL).

Oct 30, 2017 Morgan Lewis to Host Fordham Law’s Annual Sommer Lecture Featuring Columbia Law Professor John C. Coffee, Jr.
Publicnow 10-30-17
The Sommer Lecture is one of Fordham Corporate Law Center’s most significant and influential programs, inviting leading regulators and policymakers to share with the law school and the business community insights into critical issues confronting global financial markets.

Inspired or recruited? A question for investigators in the N.Y. terror attack 11-01-17
A recent study by the Center on National Security at Fordham University School of Law found more than 100 ISIS prosecution cases filed in this country between March 2014 and June 30, 2016, nearly eight in 10 individuals charged were U.S. citizens. A third were converts to Islam.

Uzbek Leader Pledges ‘Solidarity’ With U.S. Over Manhattan Truck Attack
NBC News 11-01-17
Four out of five U.S. residents charged with supporting ISIS are American citizens and almost two-thirds are U.S.-born, according to a study “ISIS Cases in the United States,” compiled by Fordham University Law School’s Center on National Security.


Soft skills must for career development: Nestle MD
The Hindu Business Line 10-28-17
LIBA announced plans for a Joint MS programme with Fordham University, New York, in Business Analytics and Global Finance.


A Gathering Seeks Levers to Rebuild Public Good
Nonprofit Quarterly 10-24-17
The panel included Marc Dunkelman, a Fellow of International and Public Affairs at Brown; Fordham law professor Joel Reidenberg; Brown sociologist Michael Kennedy; and Macky McCleary, administrator for Rhode Island’s public utility division.

Amazon and Walmart can both soon put packages in your home when you’re not there — and it raises privacy concerns
Business Insider 10-25-17
This new convenience could be a bit of a double-edged sword, however, according to privacy expert Joel Reidenberg, a professor of law at Fordham University School of Law and the director of the school’s center on law and information privacy.

Let Talk About Cultural Appropriation and Beauty
Byrdie 10-26-17
According to Fordham law professor and author of Who Owns Culture? Appropriation and Authenticity in America Law, Susan Scafidi, cultural appropriation is defined this way: “Taking intellectual property, traditional knowledge, cultural expressions, or artifacts from someone else’s culture without permission.”

All hat? Rep. Frederica Wilson is a new Halloween costume choice
Washington Examiner 10-28-17
“I can’t speak to individual motivations in this specific instance, but people have been dressing up as political figures since the days in which those figures were kings and queens instead of presidents and members of Congress,” said Susan Scafidi, director of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham Law School.

State Attorneys General Lead the Charge Against President Donald Trump
U.S. News and World Report 10-27-17
“States are filling the vacuum,” says Jed Shugerman, a professor at the Fordham University School of Law who’s written about the role that state AGs may play in the Justice Department’s Russia investigation.

What you need to know about Manafort indictment, Papadopoulos guilty plea
Politifact 10-30-17
“Lawmakers wanted to create barriers to infiltration and to expose hidden foreign lobbying on questionable positions that don’t focus on ‘patriotic purposes,’ ” said Jed Shugerman, a professor at Fordham Law School.

Was Robert Mueller’s Appointment Illegal? One Expert Thinks So
Yahoo! News 10-30-17
But if Trump fires Mueller, it could lead to his impeachment, said Jed Shugerman, a professor at Fordham University Law School.

Fear vs. hope: Walking a constitutional convention tightrope
The Daily Gazette 10-27-17
Jerry H. Goldfeder, an election law expert who teaches at Fordham Law School, says he opposes the convention because of both its potential for onerous horse-trading — “One would have to be naive to think that wouldn’t happen,” he said — and because of the ability of local governments, through charter revisions, to “enact reforms without opening up a can of worms.”

Tech Rivalries Flare as Russia investigation Continues (Audio)
Bloomberg 10-27-17
Jennifer Rie, a senior litigation analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, and Mark Patterson, a professor at Fordham University Law School, discuss how investigations into foreign-funded election ads on social media have revived an ongoing feud between Google and Yelp.

A Domestic Terrorism Statute Is Federal Overreach, Not Justice
NBC News 10-29-17
Karen J. Greenberg is the director of the Center on National Security at Fordham Law School and the author, most recently, of “Rogue Justice: The Making of the Security State.”

Fordham Law’s Karen Greenberg on National Public Radio
NPR 11-01-17
[Audio] Karen J. Greenberg discusses recent terror attack in New York City.

The Prosecution: The most powerful actors in criminal justice? | Closer Look
The Sentinel-Cumberlink 10-29-17
For John Pfaff, a professor at Fordham University School of Law, this abundance of highly influential discretion makes prosecutors the most powerful players in criminal justice systems.

ITC to hear final arguments in China plywood case today
Politico 10-26-17
The signatories included Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz, former Labor Secretary Robert Reich, former California Supreme Court Justice Cruz Reynoso, Columbia University professor and U.N. Senior Adviser Jeffrey Sachs, and Fordham University professor Zephyr Teachout.

Miner And Williams Praise Each Other Amid Ticket Talk
NY State of Politics 10-26-17
In 2014, he successfully defeated Zephyr Teachout, a little known Fordham Law school professor, in a Democratic primary after she initially challenged him for the Working Families Party nomination.

Hundreds of academics urge Trump to remove controversial investor-state dispute settlement from NAFTA 10-27-17
Zephyr Teachout, associate professor of law, Fordham University:
“In New York, we are proud of the organizing that led to our statewide ban on fracking, but democratic environmental victories like New York’s fracking ban could be threatened by multinational companies challenging our laws via ISDS.”

How to Make a Corporate Democrat Govern as a Progressive (at least some of the time): Andrew Cuomo, Zephyr Teachout, Bernie Sanders and the Working Families Party
Solidarity 10-29-17
It was a bold agenda, and the party was serious: they recruited Fordham law professor Zephyr Teachout, an expert on money in politics and political corruption, as the WFP candidate to run if Cuomo failed to pass the agenda.

The Week Ahead in New York Politics, October 30
Gotham Gazette 10-29-17
Fordham Law professor Olivier Sylvain will moderate a panel consisting of NYCLU Legal Director David Cole and national ACLU Legal Director Art Eisenberg.

Sexual harassment consultants are suddenly a hot commodity
New York Post 10-30-17
“There’s been a shift based off the high profile cases,” says Lori Rassas, an HR expert and adjunct faculty at Fordham University School of Law. “For clients to protect themselves, they need to make sure they have living, breathing policies.”

Kevin Spacey scandal: TV academy withdraws award, ‘House of Cards’ ending
USA Today 10-30-17
Fordham University law professor James Cohen says Spacey probably intended this acknowledgment as a “distraction” from the underlying accusation.

First Charges in Russian Interference in US Election (Audio)
Bloomberg 10-31-17
William Banks, a professor at Syracuse University Law School, and Fordham Law School professor Andrew Kent discuss Special Counsel Robert Muller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

What Is a ‘Proactive Cooperator’?
The Atlantic 10-31-17
“I assume that means he wouldn’t be able to wear a wire and trick a target of the investigation into making incriminating statements, because his cooperation would then be known,” said Bruce Green, a former associate counsel in the Iran-Contra affair and a Fordham Law School professor.


The President of the Republic awarded Professor Zelen
Univerzita Tomáše Bati ve Zlíně 10-31-17
The medal for merit for the state in the field of science and education was gained by the economist and university professor prof. Milan Zelený.
[translated from Czech]

7 Factors You Can Address to Boost Trust in Your Business Relationship
Entrepreneur 10-31-17
On the contrary, Robert Hurley, a professor of management systems at Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business, wrote, trust is a decision-making process that can be understood and influenced.

International Conference on Research and Business Discuss the Deglobalization of Developing Countries
Antara Sumbar 11-01-17
The first speakers were Prof. Iftekhar Hasan from Gabelli Business School, [Fordham] University USA and Prof Rubi Ahmad from University Malaya, Malaysia.
[translated from Indonesian]


Supporting survivors of sexual harassment and assault
New York Amsterdam News 10-26-17
Christina Greer, Ph.D., is an associate professor at Fordham University, the author of “Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream” and the host of The Aftermath on

Fordham Professor Christina Greer on Politics
NPR 10-29-17
[Audio] Professor Christina Greer discusses politics.

As General Election Nears, Experts Say Some Races Could be Competitive
Observer 10-26-17
But Dr. Christina Greer, associate professor of political science at Fordham University, told Observer that there are still some primary losers running again.

It’s Not What You Think: Challenging Assumptions Through Public History
Center for the Humanities 10-26-17
Roger Panetta, Fordham University, “Confronting the Popular Image of the Prisoner: The Sing Sing Prison Museum”

Just Nips Are More Than a Fashion Statement
SheKnows 10-28-17
Article written by Elizabeth Yuko, professor of ethics.

Tavis Smiley and Mills Entertainment Announce Tour of DEATH OF A KING: A LIVE THEATRICAL EXPERIENCE Marking 50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr’s Death
WAFF 48 News 10-31-17
[Kenny Leon] is currently serving as the Denzel Washington Chair at Fordham University.

What J. D. Vance Doesn’t Get About Appalachia
The Washington Monthly 10-29-17
We should be thankful, then, for what Steven Stoll, a historian at Fordham University, has delivered in Ramp Hollow: not just another account of Appalachia’s current plight, but a journey deeper in time to help us understand how the region came to be the way it is.

Jared Kushner Still Says ‘Daddy’—Psychologists Explain Why
Newsweek 10-30-17
The use of “daddy” into adulthood is fairly uncommon and Rachel Annunziato, psychologist at Fordham University, explained it’s normal for such a small thing to cause such a big commotion.

Did Patrick Morrisey once support abortion rights?
Politifact 10-30-17
Charles Camosy, author of Beyond the Abortion Wars and theology professor at Fordham University, explained this was a common reason for opposition to the amendment.

Linda Sarsour Makes Glamour’s Women Of The Year List
The Jewish Daily Forward 10-30-17
Among the Women’s March organizers named by Glamour is also Rabbi Barat Ellman, an adjunct professor of Bible at the Jewish Theological Seminary and Fordham College.

Ritchie Torres Takes National Image, Support for NYCHA Development into Speaker Bid
City Limits 10-31-17
Bruce Berg, a political science professor at Fordham University, agreed. “I think Torres is between a rock and a hard place,” he says.

Twitter’s move against RT ‘doesn’t bode well for free speech’ ‒ media prof
Newsvideo 10-31-17
[Video] Professor of communication and media studies addressing free speech.

The JFK Files
News 12 The Bronx 10-26-17
Professor Dietrich discusses the JFK files.
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Montego Bay to host preseason NCAA basketball
The Gleaner 10-26-17
The tournament which is being hosted jointly by Van Wagner Sports & Entertainment (VWSE), the Jamaica Tourist Board, the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport and SMG/Montego Bay Convention Centre will include basketball teams from Florida State University, Colorado State University, Fordham University, Tulane University, University of Hartford, Miami University and Long Island University (LIU), Brooklyn.

Women’s Cross Country Goes for Three-Peat at PL Championships Saturda
Publicnow 10-26-17
Navy (4), American (2), Boston University (2), and Fordham (2) have also won multiple titles.

Weekly Update: Notre Dame continues to climb in the polls after huge win over USC and Penn State stays unbeaten
Press Release Point 10-27-17
Fordham limited Georgetown to fewer than 250 yards and only one touchdown to register victory No. 2 of the season.

Lehigh can’t overcome injuries over turnovers in 45-35 loss at Fordham
The Morning Call 10-28-17
A frustrating 45-35 loss to Fordham wasn’t the only reason the Lehigh football team was downcast as it left the Bronx early Saturday night.

Fordham gives Lehigh football first PL loss since 2015 with 45-35 win
The Brown and White 10-28-17
The Lehigh football team’s nine-game winning streak in the Patriot League came to an end Saturday afternoon as the Mountain Hawks lost 45-35 to Fordham University in its third Patriot League matchup this season.

Men’s Water Polo Hosts Conference Rival, Fordham, On Wednesday Evening 10-31-17
The Wagner men’s water polo team returns to Grymes Hill as they will host the first of three home contests, beginning on Wednesday, November 1, as they welcome fellow Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Conference (MAWPC) rival, Fordham, to the Spiro Sports Center.

Counseling helps Northwestern soccer player accept he’s gay
Outsports 10-30-17
Connor Griffin (junior, Fordham men’s swimming) opened his season Saturday by competing in three events at Boston University.

World Rugby’s transgender policies are discriminatory, and this student is fighting to change them
ThinkProgress 11-01-17
The letter, which was signed by nearly 400 athletes and organizations in the international rugby community, was spearheaded by Fordham senior Jean Kim.

News 12 Bronx-Sports Coverage
News 12 Bronx 10-29-17
[Video] Fordham football discussed.


Maynard, Stow achievers 10-26-17
Kara Davis, of Maynard, was named to the dean’s list at Fordham University for the 2016-17 academic year.

Apple Picking Right Off The Metro-North
Spoon University 10/28/17
As a student at Fordham University, I’m [CJ Kang] never bored.

Where Are They Now? Ben Hartman
Del Rio News Herald 10-31-17
An award-winning player on both offense and defense, [Ben] Hartman is now a senior at Fordham University who is nearing the end of his collegiate career both athletically and academically.

Three sisters celebrate Halloween with Cascadia-themed costumes
Publicnow 10-31-17
While Navdeep [Cattry], a Marketing student at Fordham University, dressed as the Sounders, her older sisters donned full kits of Portland and Vancouver.

This Ancient Drink Sold at RiseBoro Bushwick Farmers’ Market Will Give You Super-Powers
Bushwick Daily 11-01-17
[Sergio Miranda] began fermenting his own chicha during a summer break from Fordham University where he studies economics.


And After All, What is Advocacy?
Jornal Jurid 10-25-17
Lisandra Thomé is a PUC-Rio lawyer, post-graduate in corporate law from IBMEC / RJ, with a specialization course in business law from the Fordham University School of Law in New York.
[translated from Portuguese]

We Need Women in Government 10-25-17
Although I am not acquainted with Aviah Cohen Pierson, I do know that she is a product of our excellent school system and a graduate of Fordham Law School. 

Writer shares tales of fried pasta, football weddings
Brooklyn Daily Eagle 10-25-17
[Anthony LoFrisco] later attended Fordham Law School and graduated in 1958.

The most famous celebrity from every state
Business Insider 10-25-17
The iconic actor [Denzel Washington] attended a military academy upstate when he was 14 and then ended up at Fordham University in the Bronx.

The Chase Brock Experience Celebrates 10th Anniversary With Exciting New York Season 10-25-17
After graduating from the Ailey School/Fordham University BFA program, [Alicia Lundgren] toured internationally with Ailey II.

Elections ’17: North Salem Tax Receiver (Uncontested) 10-25-17
After attending Fordham University, [Karen] Roach worked for companies including American Express, New York Botanical Garden and the Household Finance Corp.

Who Plays Tegan Price On ‘How To Get Away With Murder’? Amirah Vann Is On A Roll
Romper 10-26-17
[Amirah Vann] has a theater background with a few Off-Broadway credits, and the Queens native got her BA at Fordham University, followed by an MFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.

Steven Zoernack Shares a List of the Finest Organic Wines
KLTV 7 News 10-26-17
Educated at Boston University’s School of Engineering and Fordham University’s School of Economics at Lincoln Center in New York, [Steven] Zoernack was employed by some of the most prestigious investment banks of the times including Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns.

Elections ’17: Profiles of Candidates for Somers Town Board (Contested) 10-26-17
[William Faulkner] received a bachelor’s degree in finance from Purdue University and went on to earn a master’s in finance from Fordham University and attend the Harvard Business School’s Executive Education program.

Elections ’17: Profiles of Candidates for Somers Town Board (Contested) 10-26-17
[Robert S.] Ondrovic has a B.A. in political science and a B.A. in history from Fordham University (1982) and a Juris Doctor from Fordham Law School (1985).

Peter O. Bodnar, Esq., Presented with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award by Marquis Who’s Who
24-7 Press Release 10-27-17
Born in Queens, New York, [Peter O. Bodnar] earned a Bachelor of Arts in Government from New York University and a JD from Fordham University.

Who was Lana Del Rey before she was Lana Del Rey: 10 curiosities about her life before her career from alcoholism at Axl Rose
Elle 10-27-17
[Lana Del Rey] age 18, he decided to study philosophy at Fordham University.

4 Questions for Filmmaker Rishi Gandhi
Westchester Magazine 10/27/17
I [Rishi Gandhi] did not properly start trying to shoot and edit my own films until I attended college at Fordham University.

Cervantes Society honors Acting DA Gonzalez and Brooklyn judge at awards ceremony
Brooklyn Daily Eagle 10/27/17
For [Ariel E.] Belen, introducing [Francois] Rivera was an emotional moment, as the two have been nearly lifelong friends after they met as undergrads at Fordham University, and later reunited at Cornell University School of Law.

Marian University appoints Provost, promotes Nienhaus
Fond Du Lac Reporter 10/27/17
[Cyndi] Nienhaus received a Bachelor of Science in education degree from Marian University, a Master of Arts in pastoral studies from St. Francis de Sales Seminary, and a Ph.D. in religious education from Fordham University. Nienhaus has been with Marian University since 2008.

Winsted plans Halloween activities; school records to be destroyed; vendor, craft fair set in Torrington; Salisbury VNA to hold program; Region 7 students to present play; Foothills offers enrichment classes 10/28/17
Presenter Sally Campbell Woodhall is the former director of the Guild for Spiritual Guidance and holds an MA in Theology from Fordham University.

New counseling center opening in Middlesex County 10-29-17
In 2010, [Alece Coleman] earned a master’s degree in clinical social work from Fordham University.

Litigation Attorney Veronica Saltz Turner Joins Clark Hill’s Philadelphia, PA office
Publicnow 10-31-17
[Veronica] Saltz Turner graduated from Fordham University summa cum laude and valedictorian and received her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center.

With new chairman, changes to come for Darien Board of Education
Darrien News Online 11-01-17
[Michael] Burke, who joined the board in 2014, is a lawyer with Eckert Seamans, in White Plains and graduated from Fordham University Law School.

President Donald J. Trump Announces Eighth Wave of United States Attorney Nominations
Publicnow 11-01-17
[John C. Anderson] received his A.B. from Bowdoin College and his J.D. cum laude from Fordham University School of Law.

Eyewitness News This Morning
WABC-NY 10-26-17
[Video] Mention of Vin Scully.


Sister Rita Meaney, S.C., 93, Of Yonkers, NY, retired social worker
Sister Rita Who Led St. Joseph’s Children’s Services, Dies at 93
The Tablet 10-25-17
She received her degree in business administration from the College of Mount St. Vincent and an MSW in social work from Fordham University.

Kathleen Fitzgerald, 48, Of Ridgewood, NJ, homemaker
Kathleen FitzGerald Of Ridgewood Dies, 48
Ridgewood Daily Voice 10-28-17
She graduated from Albertus Magnus High School in Bardonia, NY., The College of Mount Saint Vincent and Fordham University, where she earned her Masters of Business Administration.

Clyde Pax, 89, Of Charlottesville, NC, retired teacher
Pax, Clyde
The Daily Progress 10-30-17
Clyde [Pax] also taught at Fordham University and Clark University.