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Fordham’s Administration Building and Fountain to be
Named in Honor of Distinguished Alumni

One of Fordham’s most stately structures will receive a new name this month to honor an alumnus and benefactor who has been part of the Fordham community for nearly seven decades.

The Administration Building, located in the heart of Fordham’s 85-acre Rose Hill campus, will be officially renamed Cunniffe House during a ceremony on Dec. 4. The building, which houses the office of Joseph M. McShane, S.J., Fordham’s president, among other offices, will be named for alumnus and trustee emeritus Maurice J. Cunniffe, FCRH ’54.


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