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COLUMN | Useless: Fordham’s Foreign Language Requirement

By Canton Winer
If Fordham’s foreign language requirement worked, I would be able to write this column in Spanish.
As it is, I can barely ask where the bathroom is in Spanish, much less write a coherent sentence. 398 more words

2014-15 Fordham Men's Basketball prepares for season

The Sports Cycle’s Donnie Dwyer travels to the Rose Hill Gym to cover Fordham’s practice as they prepare for the Regular Season in 3 weeks. Lots of drills and lots of surprises with some new faces on the Rams squad this season. Take an inside look.

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The Descendants of John Brown and Mary Boon of Fordham

John Brown was born in the year 1739 in Fordham, a small but thriving town in Cambridgeshire, England.

Fordham is a small village but its population has fluctuated over the years.   865 more words

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Penn Hosts Columbia Saturday In Ivy Action

By Matt Leon

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Penn Quakers will be back home on Saturday as they welcome Columbia to Franklin Field in Ivy League action. 433 more words

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A Letter to My 18 Year-Old Self

Dear 18-year old me,

Today is your first day as a freshman in college wahoo! Congratulations. I know you thought the hours spent filling out applications and writing personal statements would fail, thus preventing you from ever getting into college and causing you to be miserable for the rest of eternity. 1,139 more words


Rams Break Records, Dominate Pennsylvania, 60-22

By Max Prinz

Fordham entered Saturday’s contest with the University of Pennsylvania with an 0-5 all-time record against the Quakers. The Rams dropped the last matchup, 35-20, in 2011. 487 more words


Penn Looks To Get On Track Saturday At Fordham

By Matt Leon

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It has been a difficult start to the season for the University of Pennsylvania.

The Quakers sit at 0-3 as they head into the final game of a brutal four-game stretch to start to the 2014 season. 595 more words

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