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February 2, 2007 • Volume 29, No. 7

Fordham Tops 20,000 Undergraduate
Applications for First Time in Its History

Fordham is hot as a destination for would-be college students.

The number of undergraduate applications has topped the 20,000 mark during this year’s admission cycle for the first time in the University’s history. This is the sixteenth consecutive year that the number of students seeking admission to Fordham has increased. In fact, applications for undergraduate admission have skyrocketed in recent years, doubling since 2001 to more than 21,000.

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Rapaccioli Named Dean of College of
Business Administration

Donna Rapaccioli, Ph.D., interim dean of the College of Business Administration (CBA) since August of 2005, has been appointed the school’s permanent dean. Joseph M. McShane, S.J., president of Fordham University, announced the appointment on Jan 2.

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Insider Projects Hollywood’s Economic Picture

Parliamentary, My Dear Watson

Father Berrigan Poem Hails Jesuit Founders

Lincoln Center Hosts Voting Machine Demonstrations

Turow at Law School Forum: Notes from Left-Handed Lawyer

Professor Sees Papal Visit to Turkey Helping Relations With Orthodox Church

Rte 66: Ghosts of an American Mythology

Auden Reading Series for Advent

Sapientia et Doctrina: The Northern Civil Rights Movement

I, Fordham: Rose Hill Professor Out to Terminate Robots’ Poor Image

Cathy Andruzzi: Driving Women’s Basketball Forward at Fordham

On Personal Autonomy: Making the Case for Basic Liberties in the Constitution

Inside Fordham Staff and Submission Deadlines

A Forum for the
Rest of Us:

Law School Initiative Reaches Out to Artists and the Public

Tony Kushner. Sidney Lumet. Christopher Buckley. E.L. Doctorow. Scott Turow.

Ask Thane Rosenbaum, J.D., the John Whelan Distinguished Lecturer of Law, what links them together and he’ll tell you that they’re artists who have been drawn in one way or another to make a statement in their fictional worlds about the law and its injustice.

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