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Five former Uplifting Athletes Chapter leaders named to 2016 NFF Hampshire Honor Society

When a college football student-athlete chooses to take on a leadership role of an Uplifting Athletes Chapter, it take a special level of drive, compassion and commitment to ensure the mission is carried out. 296 more words

Uplifting Athletes

Once a Ram, Always a Ram

In 28 days I will put on my cap and gown and join my classmates on Eddies to mark my time here at Fordham. In 672 hours I will be moving the tassel on my cap to indicate the end of my Fordham career. 220 more words

Fordham's Frank McLaughlin Inducted into ECAC Hall of Fame

Special to The Fordham Ram

On April 15, this past Friday night, there was a Bronx love-fest in Danbury, Connecticut. Treasured Fordham University Athletic Director-Emeritus Frank McLaughlin‎ was enshrined into the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Hall of Fame, a crowning achievement in what has been an impressive professional career. 395 more words


Golf Takes Tenth at Yale, Fifth in RI

By Sam Belden

This season has already been a banner one for Fordham Golf. Two weeks ago, the program captured its first victory in nearly four years at the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of the Lehigh Valley Collegiate Invitational. 525 more words


Woman fights off attempted rapist in the Bronx: NYPD

FORDHAM, The Bronx — Police are searching for a man they say attempted to rape a woman in the Bronx Monday morning.

According to police, the report was made around 2 a.m., in the vicinity of West Kingsbridge Road and Webb Avenue on the border of the Fordham section of the borough. 164 more words


The College Board Nonprofit: Paying Bonuses to Its Officers-- And More.

On March 28, 2016, Reuters reported that the SAT had been compromised in Asia more than the College Board has publicly acknowledged– and that the College Board used some portions of those exams anyway. 1,830 more words

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Redefining Danger In Colombia

By Lukas Barth

BOGOTA — Colombia is dangerous. Universities are bad. Drugs are prominent and cocaine is everywhere. Does that sound familiar? For many outsiders, the main source of information on Colombia is the series “Narcos”, which gives an acute misrepresentation of the dangers of life in most parts of the country. 838 more words