Our beginnings are something to cherish. It’s our upbringing that has a everlasting effect on how we view life. We take what we see around us as children and try to take it to the next level. 647 more words
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By Jack McLoone
Fordham Baseball is going to have to replace a lot of talent in 2017. Whether it is to graduation or the MLB Draft, the Rams lost six vital pieces of the 2016 team that went 29-29 (14-10 in Atlantic 10 play) and won one game in the A-10 Championships. 532 more words
By Sam Belden
It would be easy to say that the past year has been a good one for the Fordham golf team. After all, the program took home its first victory in nearly four years at the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of the Lehigh Valley Collegiate Invitational last spring, and six months later, junior Joseph Trim was impervious to nightmarish conditions at the Lehigh Invitational, scoring the first individual win for a Fordham player in more than a decade. 427 more words
Updates from last month’s “Take Action”Urge Your Senators to Support Direct Negotiations and Not Imposed Solutions: http://www.aipac.org/act/contact-congress/back-a-two-state-solution
The Senate resolution is in limbo. Help move this measure forward by: 1,200 more words
Education Britain Conversations give The Education Foundation the opportunity to shine spotlights on to the UK’s leading education practitioners, policy makers and projects.
In this episode, Ty Goddard speaks with Andy Brown, OBE covering: 65 more words
Education Britain Conversations give The Education Foundation the opportunity to shine spotlights on the UK’s leading education practitioners, policy makers and projects.
This interview is with Sir David Carter, the National Schools Commissioner, prior to which he was was Regional Schools Commissioner for the South West. 53 more words