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January 28, 2008 • Volume 30, No. 8

CBA Alumnus Makes
$10 Million Gift to Fordham

Robert E. Campbell, CBA ’55, and Joan M. Campbell, made a gift of $10 million to Fordham in December, among the largest gifts in the University’s history. Fordham will recognize the Campbells’ leadership by naming a new Rose Hill dormitory Campbell Hall.

“Joan and I feel very fortunate to share our blessings with those who will have the opportunity in the future to live the Fordham experience and build on the legacy of all who have gone before them,” Campbell said about the gift.

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Fordham Dedicates New Antiquities Museum

The official opening of the Fordham Museum of Greek, Etruscan and Roman Art was celebrated Dec. 6 in the Campbell Atrium of the William D. Walsh Family Library.

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Law School Launches Leitner Center
for International Law and Justice

Fordham Law School’s efforts to promote social justice through international law and human rights are being strengthened and expanded thanks to a new center.

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Law School to Expand Leitner Center with $2 Million Gift

Economics Professor Talks Globalization with Pope Benedict XVI

Parking ‘Rock Star’ Advocates Radical Change in Parking Pricing

Student Affairs Staff Explores Jesuit Traditions
and Catholic Higher Education

The Ravazzin Center: Building on One Man’s Wish to Serve the Elderly

GRE Brings On-Line Learning to Fordham
Through New Certificate Program

Dual-Degree Program Gives CBA Students a Boost on Starting their Careers

Sapientia et Doctrina: From Business Knowledge to
Business Wisdom

Scholar Studies Ethnic Identity and Well-Being in Teens and Young Adults

Motivational Expert Studies How Psychology
Informs Effective Communication

Education Professor Reaches Out to Students Who Need Help the Most

Inside Fordham Staff and Submission Deadlines

2008 Elections
Truly Baffling,
Veteran Political
Watcher Says

Long before Mike Huckabee stunned Mitt Romney in the Iowa caucuses and Hillary Clinton made a dramatic comeback to beat Barack Obama in the New Hampshire primaries, Charlie Cook predicted that the 2008 national elections would be the wackiest in recent memory.

“This is the weirdest political environment that I’ve ever seen,” he said at a Dec. 14 lecture at the Lincoln Center’s Lowenstein Center 12th-floor lounge. “What we all do is we study the past, looking for patterns and trends and things, and it’s usually very helpful. This year I think it’s better to go with that slogan from Alcoholics Anonymous, ‘Take it one day at a time.’”

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