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winter 2011

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On the Cover
Plans are under way to transform Hughes Hall into the home of Fordham's undergraduate business college, which has been renamed the Gabelli School of Business. Rendering courtesy of HLW International




Radio Journalist

Lynn Neary, TMC '71, one of NPR's most popular and recognizable voices, finds herself on the cutting edge of the e-book revolution.

Gabelli Means Business

Wall Street legend Mario Gabelli, GSB '65, has made a $25 million gift to Fordham that will greatly enhance the University's ability to deliver a world-class business education.

Unsung Heroes

Fordham joined the Opus Foundation to shed light on two remarkable humanitarian leaders, the co-recipients of this year's $1.1 million Opus Prize.


Healthy Innovations

A new center at the Graduate School of Business Administration is using management theories to advance global efforts to cure healthcare's ills.

Natural Laboratory

Ecological conservation reigns at the Louis Calder Center, where scientists strive to understand society's interactions with nature and discern the natural world's mysteries.

At the Zoo

Fordham and the Wildlife Conservation team up to train science educators.

Excelsior | Ever Upward | The Campaign for Fordham

The Spirit of Giving
Yes, Virginia, There Still Is a Santa Claus
Catholic Studies Gets Boost from Alumnus
Gift Creates New Football Locker Rooms
The Scientific Method


Do You Speak Guggenheim?
The Buck Stops at Fordham
The Old Marble Campus

On Campus

Alumni Enjoy Sun- and Fun-Filled Homecoming
Gabelli Makes $25 Million Gift
The Class of 2014, By the Numbers
University Names Provost and VP
Green Living
State of the University: Brave and Strong
New Students Set Record for Urban Plunge
Social Service Rising
Come Dancing
Grants Bolster Teacher Training
NPR Journalist Shares Passion for Stories
Far Out
Reel Justice with Sotomayor
Start Me Up



Events Calendar

Alumni Notes

Rams Roundup

Crew Ups the Pace
Basketball Tips Off Season at Rams Town
Fordham Hoops Flashback

In Memoriam


Seven Questions with Saul Cornell, U.S. Constitutional Historian



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