Podcast: The state of the Second Amendment
Constitution Daily 10-12-17
Saul Cornell is the Paul and Diane Guenther Chair in American History at Fordham University.

Beloved Knicks announcer Andariese to receive Johnny Bach Award from Fordham
NY Sports Day 10-17-17
Fordham University Athletics will celebrate the life of beloved New York Knicks analyst and distinguished alumnus John Andariese when he posthumously receives the “Johnny Bach Award” on Monday night, October 30 at the 2017 Fordham Basketball Tip-Off Dinner at The Water Club (500 East 30th Street) in New York City.

Catholic parents turn heartache of addiction into hope for others
Catholic Philly 10-11-17
Now a certified recovery specialist and doctoral candidate in ministry at Fordham University, [Nina Marie] Corona began researching addiction from a spiritual perspective, hoping to better understand her daughter’s plight.


Protecting Artists is More Important Now Than Ever
The Huffington Post 10-11-17
One of ARC’s first initiatives, the Artist-in-Residence program, offers a one-year faculty position at Fordham University’s Creative Writing Department to a writer at risk.

‘Where Are All the Latino Lawyers?’: Hispanics Scarce in the Legal Profession
Euronews 10-13-17
In an airy Fordham University classroom overlooking Lincoln Center, a coalition of Latino law students and graduates recently met to discuss upcoming plans for New York’s Metro LALSA (Latin American Law Students Association).

Collective bargaining described as plaguing schools with absent teachers 10-15-17
Sand was referring to a section of a Fordham University study that used U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights Data to prove that 28.3 percent of public school teachers are chronically absent.


Associated Capital Announces Interim CFO 10-13-17
[Francis J. Conroy] is a member of the Executive Committee of Fordham University President’s Council and Director, Part of the Solution, Inc., an emergency food agency serving the Bronx.


NYC Office Leasing Going Strong
Greiner-Maltz Real Estate 10-14-17
In a interview, Hugh Kelly, Ph.D. in CRE, special advisor to Fordham University Real Estate Institute, notes that as Midtown and Downtown are the largest areas, it is expected that they would normally have the greatest absorption based on their size.


Fordham-Stein Prize Presented to Justice Kennedy
The New York Law Journal 10-12-17
Fordham Law School Dean Matthew Diller, left, presented U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy with the 2017 Fordham-Stein Prize at Fordham Law School on Oct. 11.
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Ex-Kenyan Chief Justice to Lecture on Media and Politics in Uganda
Uganda Today 10-11-17
[Willy Mutunga]  has recently served as the Commonwealth secretary general’s special envoy to the Maldives, and as a distinguished scholar-in-residence at the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice at Fordham Law School in New York City.

Trump reportedly didn’t know about the loophole in the 25th Amendment that lets 14 people remove a sitting president from office
Business Insider 10-11-17
John D. Feerick, former dean of Fordham Law School, is one of the chief architects of the 25th Amendment who shepherded it through Congress in the early 1960s.

OPINION: Think the 25th amendment will take care of Trump? You’re dreaming.
Los Angeles TImes 10-15-17
“If you read the debates … unpopularity is not included, poor judgment, incompetence, laziness, or impeachable conduct — none of that,” John D. Feerick, a professor at Fordham Law School who helped draft the amendment, said recently.

How an Uncommonly Silly Law Led to a Host of Very Consequential Supreme Court Decisions
Lexology 10-12-17
[C. Evan Stewart] is an adjunct professor at Fordham Law School and a visiting professor at Cornell University.

Cybersecurity Regulation in the Securities Markets
The National Law Review 10-12-17
The panel was moderated by Professor Joel Reidenberg of Fordham University School of Law.

The escalating battle between Walmart and Amazon is moving into your home — and it raises privacy concerns
Business Insider 10-17-17
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.

Colleges Use Facebook Ads to Target Applicants, Parents, and Lawmakers
The Chronicle of Higher Education 10-17-17
“I don’t think that’s what students expect, and even less so, the parents,” said Joel R. Reidenberg, a Fordham University professor who teaches courses in information-technology law, privacy, and cybersecurity.

New York District Attorney On The Defense Over Handling Of Weinstein Allegations
WUOT 10-13-17
“It was improper for him to accept it in the first place. He responded by returning those donations and then apparently accepted them again after the fact,” noted Jim Cohen, a professor at Fordham University School of Law.

Will Visiting A Graveyard At Night Get You Arrested?
Refinery29 10-16-17
Officially, James Cohen, adjunct professor at Fordham Law School tells Refinery29 that trespassing is a criminal offense for which you can be arrested and convicted.

World To Inspire Young Communists, China Turns to ‘Red Army’ Schools
US – 10-15-17
Carl Minzner, an expert in Chinese law and governance at Fordham University in New York, said the party’s socialist rhetoric had become “water-cooler banter and fodder for jokes” among educated Chinese.

China’s Xi set to codify legal clout, anti-graft campaign at congress
Business Insider 10-17-17
“What Xi is trying to do is centralize power in order to exert that power over China’s unruly bureaucracy,” said Carl Minzer, a Chinese law expert at Fordham Law School in New York.

In New York, the release of Chinese dissidents
Le 10-18-17
Professor at the Fordham Law School, a specialist in Chinese law and politics, Carl Minzner likes to tell this story: recently, an Italian journalist stationed in Beijing traveled to New York to improve his knowledge of China and lead interviews … Because in the Middle Empire, nobody dares to speak.
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A Prelude to Jenkins v. NCAA: Amateurism, Antitrust Law, and the Role of Consumer Demand in a Proper Rule of Reason Analysis
CPI Competition Policy International 10-15-17
By Marc Edelman (Fordham University School of Law)

Tomgram: Karen Greenberg, Gitmo’s Living Legacy in the Trump Era 10-15-17
Karen J. Greenberg, a TomDispatch regular, is the director of the Center on National Security at Fordham Law School and author of The Least Worst Place: Guantanamo’s First 100 Days.

Will Trump Start Repopulating Guantanamo?
Free Speech TV 10-17-17
GUEST: Karen Greenberg, expert on national security, terrorism, and civil liberties, is Director of the Center on National Security at Fordham Law School.

Drain the Swamp, One Year Later: Is Trump Draining or Drowning?
Newsweek 10-16-17
Zephyr Teachout, a law professor at Fordham University and the author of Corruption in America, says that Trump’s “presidency is in so many ways not just a horror but a tragedy” because it undermines the norms of civil society.

7 Questions with Buying Legal Council’s Silvia Hodges Silverstein on Legal Procurement
Thomson Reuters 10-16-17
[Silvia Hodges] Silverstein also is an adjunct professor at Columbia Law School and Fordham Law School.

Sexual Abuse in Modeling: The Outcry Grows
Women’s Wear Daily 10-16-17
Susan Scafidi, founder and director of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham Law School, said, “Every model has a story of sexual harassment or abuse, whether her own experience or someone else’s.”

2017 Professional Excellence Awards
New York Law Journal 10-17-17
Rising Stars Judges:…Elizabeth Cosenza, Associate Professor and Area Chair, Law and Ethics, Fordham [University]…
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Prosecutors Are Banding Together to Prevent Criminal-Justice Reform
The Nation 10-18-17
According to Fordham University law professor John Pfaff, prosecutors are the single most important factor in the increase of prison populations, because they tend to file charges even when the evidence suggests that someone should go free, and generally pursue the harshest sentence they can get.


Could the FBI investigation into Arizona Wildcats basketball snare Sean Miller?
The Arizona Republic 10-11-17
It’s also the most contentious area of negotiation, said Mark Conrad, professor of sports law and director of the Sports Business Program at Fordham University.

Colin Kaepernick, Who Began Anthem Kneeling, Files Complaint Against N.F.L.
The New York Times 10-15-17
“An inference that he was not signed — even arguable if ‘worse’ players were — is not going to be enough,” Mark Conrad, an associate professor of law and ethics at Fordham University, wrote in an email.

Trump’s Tax Plan Could Boost Billionaire Warren Buffett’s Net Worth $10 Billion
The Street 10-09-17
Since it is believed that the majority of Buffett’s income stems from long-term capital gains and because there appear to be no plans from Trump to lower that rate, the billionaire would not benefit in this aspect, said Stan Veliotis, an associate professor at the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University in the Bronx, N.Y.

What a tax overhaul could mean for you
U.S. News and World Report 10-14-17
“Over a billion will be saved for the Trump family if the estate tax is repealed,” says Stanley Veliotis, associate professor of accounting and taxation at Fordham University in New York City.


A Conversation About American Racism with Ibram X. Kendi 10-11-17
We asked Dr. Christina Greer, media commentator and political scientist at Fordham University, to speak with Dr. Kendi about his book, the current highly charged political and racial situation of contemporary America, and how to deal with the “R” word.

IDNYC is well worth it
New York Amsterdam News 10-12-17
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

Women Shouldn’t Have the Right to Vote, Says ‘Alt-Right’ Leader Richard Spencer
Newsweek 10-14-17
Christina Greer, an associate professor of political science at Fordham University in New York City, and the author of book about the role black immigrants play in shaping America’s political landscape, laughed when I told her Spencer’s comment about women voting.

Podcast: The state of the Second Amendment
Constitution Daily 10-12-17
Saul Cornell is the Paul and Diane Guenther Chair in American History at Fordham University.

How the NRA resurrected the Second Amendment
Vox 10-12-17
“The current situation,” Saul Cornell, a historian at Fordham University, told me, “is kind of anomalous.”

Five types of gun laws the Founding Fathers loved
The Conversation 10-15-17
Saul Cornell, Paul and Diane Guenther Chair in American History, Fordham University

Can You Bring a Gun to a Protest?
Slate 10-17-17
Saul Cornell, a legal historian, distilled the idea behind this specific form of firearms restrictions when he wrote: “The liberty interest associated with the right to arms was always balanced against the concept of the peace.”

Is Louisiana ignoring its many problems because of racism? | Opinion 10-12-17
“There are many ways to talk about racism as a political issue, a sociological phenomenon [and]a cultural divide, but at its deepest level, racism is a soul sickness,” says Father Bryan Massingale, a professor of theological and social ethics at Fordham University.

Documenting What Ph.D.s Do for a Living
The Chronicle of Higher Education 10-15-17
Leonard Cassuto, a professor of English at Fordham University, writes regularly about graduate education in this space.

The Weinstein Fall
ZDF German TV 10-13-17
[Video] Professor of Psychology and Urban Studies, Harold Takooshian, interviewed at 3:47
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CASA documentary trailer
YouTube 10-15-17
[Video] Professor of History and African American Studies, Mark Naison, cameo at 00:10

CASA documentary trailer
YouTube 10-15-17
[Video] Adjunct professor, Gregory Jost, cameo at 00:30

Kimbal Musk Wants to Feed America, Silicon Valley-Style
The New York Times 10-16-17
Mr. Musk’s ascent has underscored a generational rift that pits old-liners who shun aspects of emerging food science against a new wave of food disrupters who haven’t embraced the roles that history, flavor and pleasure play, said Garrett Broad, an assistant professor at Fordham University who recently wrote about one aspect of the divide for the publication Civil Eats.

Commentary: ‘Right to die’ runs the risk of becoming a duty to society
Times Union 10-16-17
Charles Camosy, an associate professor of Christian ethics at Fordham University, speculates: “Suppose that Hardwig’s view was adopted by a patient nearing the end of her life — could we say that her ‘choice’ to die would be truly autonomous and free? Or would her choice in fact be coerced by a number of underlying social factors, including a perceived duty to die and get out of the way of her family and the broader society?”

5 important reasons why women did not report Harvey Weinstein for sexual abuse
Univision 10-16-17
Jeanne Flavin, a professor of feminist sociology at Fordham University, takes it further when it comes to the “culture of rape.”
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Why psychological horror movies can help soothe anxiety and increase mental health
SYFY WIRE 10-17-17
“I remember feeling especially connected to The Sixth Sense,” Dr. Rachel Annunziato, an associate professor in Fordham University’s psychology department, told me about her her own experience.

Visiting Joan C. Edwards Professor in the Arts to give solo theatre performance
Publicnow 10-17-17
Drance also serves as artist-in-residence at Fordham University Lincoln Center.

Can the Acorn Crop Predict Lyme Disease?
JSstor Daily 09-19-17
Thomas Daniels, director of Fordham University’s Louis Calder Center in Armonk, New York, who has been counting ticks in Westchester for decades, says it has so far been a pretty average year.


USC Men Hold Top Spot in Collegiate Water Polo Association Week 6 Rankings
Swimming World 10-12-17
Bucknell University (17 points) slips to No. 18, while Pomona-Pitzer Colleges (8 points) and Fordham University (5 points) shatter a tie at No. 19 from last week to rate at No. 19 and 20, respectively, through six weeks of action.

Men’s Tennis Earns Second-Straight Victory At Hofstra 10-13-17
The Green & White will be in action over the weekend as they head up to the Bronx to compete at the two-day Fordham University Invitational.

Beloved Knicks announcer Andariese to receive Johnny Bach Award from Fordham
NY Sports Day 10-17-17
Fordham University Athletics will celebrate the life of beloved New York Knicks analyst and distinguished alumnus John Andariese when he posthumously receives the “Johnny Bach Award” on Monday night, October 30 at the 2017 Fordham Basketball Tip-Off Dinner at The Water Club (500 East 30th Street) in New York City.

FOX Sports Midwest to televise 12 Saint Louis men’s basketball games
Fox Sports 10-17-17
The Fordham game on Feb. 3 will air on FOX Sports Midwest Plus.

Rams Journal: Matthews a candidate for Jerry West Award
The Providence Journal 10-17-17
The A-10 will have four players with Rhode Island ties this season — Hendricken alums Will Tavares (Fordham) and Justin Mazzulla(George Washington), Classical’s Will Leviton (URI) and St. Andrew’s Cian Sullivan (La Salle).

NJ Football: Naim Mayfield scores five TDs to lead Manalapan over Howell
The Asbury Park Press 10-13-17
One other [Naim] Mayfield has going for him. He will be going to Fordham University to play football.


Catholic parents turn heartache of addiction into hope for others
Catholic Philly 10-11-17
Now a certified recovery specialist and doctoral candidate in ministry at Fordham University, [Nina Marie] Corona began researching addiction from a spiritual perspective, hoping to better understand her daughter’s plight.

Andrew Chappelle, Max Crumm, Stephanie Umoh and More to Perform at York Theatre Company’s NEO 2017: A CONCERT CELEBRATION 10-12-17
Billy Recce is a composer/lyricist currently in his junior year at Fordham University’s playwriting program.

Marc Guberti: Three essential social media practices for success
Westfair Communications Online 10-12-17
Marc Guberti is a student at Fordham University and a social media and business blogger and author.

How 800+ College Students Are Coming Together To Help Rebuild Puerto Rico
Forbes 10-16-17
Next, they looped in Puerto Rican students from other campuses – starting with Beatriz Martínez-Godás Fordham University and American University’s Raquel Lucca – and grew the ranks from there.


2017 Highly Commended
The Undergraduate Awards 10-11-17
Literature: …Margaret Fisher | Fordham University…

CRANBURY: Township Committee candidates air their views 10-11-17
[Matthew] Scott, a graduate of Fordham University, is a physician assistant at Lincoln Medical Center in the Bronx, New York. In that role, he said he has to make “life and death decisions,” like who needs to have surgery.

Amorepacific Group Announces Jessica Hanson as New President and General Manager of Amorepacific US Inc.
Crossroads Today 10-11-17
Ms. [Jessica] Hanson received her MBA in Marketing at Fordham University Gabelli School of Business and B.S. in Graphic Communication at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA.

Free “Aging with Grace” Seminars with National Speaker Set for Falmouth on October 24-25
Publicnow 10-12-17
[Sister Maureen Sullivan]  earned her Ph.D. in theology from Fordham University in New York and served as academic dean for freshmen at the school.

Anne Reilly of Weiss Serota Helfman Cole & Bierman Appointed to the Federal Magistrate Judge Merit Selection Panel
Citybizlist 10-12-17
[Anne] Reilly received her undergraduate degree at Columbia University and then went on to earn her J.D. at Fordham Law School.

Paragon Appoints Guy Taylor to Head Global PR
Citybizlist New York 10-12-17
[Guy Taylor] holds an MBA from Fordham University, an MA in Political Science from Catholic University, and a BA in Political Science from Hampden-Sydney College.

KBRA Announces Addition of Brett Tarleton as Managing Director of Business Development 10-13-17
[Brett] Tarleton holds an MBA in Global Business Management from Fordham University and a BS in Business Administration concentrating in Finance from Boston University.

Natalie Walker, Jamar Williams, and More Star in LIKE HENRY THE SIXTH, BUT COOL Reading Today 10-14-17
[James Presson’s other] directing credits include OUR TOWN (Green-Wood), SP Monahan’s RODHAM/SADE (Here Arts) and DIVA (United Solo, Best Musical), Catherine Weingarten’s ARE YOU READY TO GET PAMPERED (59e59), LITTLE TOWN BLUES (Wild Project), IN BENGHAZI (Horse Trade, NYIT nomination), The Crucible (Fordham University).

Jurista paranaense is for the fifth time finalist of the Jabuti
Jornal Do Oeste 10-15-17
Luiz Guilherme Marinoni is a full professor of civil procedural law at the Federal University of Paraná, with postdoctoral degrees from the University of Milan, Columbia University and Fordham University.
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Thrills and Chills at Frankfurt Book Fair 2017 10-16-17
Dr. Rosalie H. Contino obtained her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Fordham University.

New York Author Writes a Memoir on Hardships and Familial Love 10-16-17
Dr. Rosalie H. Contino obtained her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Fordham University.

Camex Energy and Desert Lion Energy Enter Into Amalgamation Agreement to Complete Reverse Take-Over 10-16-17
Mr. [Chris] Berry holds a Master of Business Administration in finance with an international focus from Fordham University, and a Bachelor of Arts in international studies from The Virginia Military Institute.

Belmont resident appointed to state education board 10-16-17
Earlier in [Amanda Fernandez’s] career, she worked as director of organizational consulting at the Bridgespan Group, an organization that helps nonprofit and philanthropic organizations develop strategies and build their organizations. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Western Illinois University and a master’s degree from Fordham University.

Reparations365 at JACK presents The Performance Collective RAKIA! 10-16-17
Kendra [Ross] received a BFA from Ailey/Fordham University in Dance.

CAGW Adds Terry Grace Sears to Board
Citybizlist 10-16-17
A graduate of Fordham University, Terry [Grace Sears] serves on the Board of the Sarita Kenedy East Foundation, the Santa Maria Foundation, and Tuesday’s Children.

Pop-Up Theater Company The Pool to Bring Three New Plays to The Flea Theater 10-17-17
Morgan [Gould] is a resident playwright at New Dramatists and a proud alum of Fordham (BA), Brooklyn College (MFA) and is now a member of the Juilliard Playwriting Program.

Debate At NCC: Should New York Hold A Constitutional Convention?
Long Island Weekly 10-17-17
After [Tom Bergdall’s] retirement, he earned a master’s degree in politics at Fordham University, where the focus of his work was on the state constitutional convention.

The Chefs’ Warehouse Announces Leadership Change
Citybizlist New York 10-17-17
Mr. [James] Leddy holds an M.B.A. in Finance and Management of Technology from the University of Connecticut and a B.A. in Economics from Fordham University.


Arthur T. Lyne, 83, Of Millwood, NY, dentist
Obituary: Dr. Arthur T. Lyne 10-16-17
Dr. [Arthur T.] Lyne was a graduate of Fordham University and received his Doctorate in Dentistry from Georgetown University.