Each year during orientation, Fordham freshmen join fellow Rams and head out to do some good in and around the city. This year a group of students planted and harvested food for the homeless at the Rauschenbusch Metro Ministries on West 40th Street in Manhattan.

The Dorothy Day Center for Service and Justice sponsored the Urban Plunge events for more than 100 students at nine locations throughout Manhattan, the Bronx, and Brooklyn. The service projects focused on local youth, the elderly, the homeless, and the environment.
(Video by Jeff Coltin, FCRH ’15)

— Janet Sassi



Janet Sassi is editor/associate director of internal communications. She can be reached at (212) 636-7577 or [email protected]