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October 9, 2007 • Volume 30, No. 3

Father McShane Highlights Fordham’s Vitality
During Address at Annual Faculty Convocation

Delivering the annual State of the University address on Sept. 10, Joseph M. McShane, S.J., president of Fordham, told a gathering of faculty and administrators that the University made impressive gains in the past fiscal year and is flourishing.

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Wall Street Journal Ranks Graduate School of Business Administration Among Nation’s Top Regional Schools

The Wall Street Journal has ranked the Fordham University Graduate School of Business Administration’s MBA program 27th among regional schools in the paper’s 2007 listing of top business schools.

The graduate program had been ranked 27th in 2006. The rankings were published in a special section of the paper on Sept. 17.

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Fordham Plays Key Role in Gathering Pollen Counts That Reach a Wide Audience

Alumnus Recalls Struggle to Create African American Studies Program at Fordham

Enrollment in College at 60 Courses on the Increase

Rose Hill Chapel Transformed to Reflect Former Glory

United States Must Adjust to Evolving Threat of Terrorism, Judge Says

Sapientia et Doctrina: The Law Beyond the Ivory Tower

Philosopher Setting Out to Reclaim Space for the Spiritual in the Physical World

Fordham Scholar Driven to Seek Answers to the Eternal Question of Faith and Reason

On Evolution and the iGeneration: Political Science Professor Seeks to Understand Global and Technological Change

Inside Fordham Staff and Submission Deadlines

Film Festival to
Reel in Crowds with ‘Serious and Provocative’ Movies—and Plenty of Popcorn

IFordham Law School’s Forum on Law, Culture & Society will light up the screen on Oct. 19 when it launches the second annual Fordham Law Film Festival, one of its signature events of the year, with a full slate of movies.

The festival features six films that range from the classic (To Kill a Mockingbird) to the lesser known (True Believer) and all deal in one way or another with justice and the law. Screening of the films will be followed by discussions with guests that includeAllen Dershowitz, Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law at Harvard University; Cecilia Peck, daughter of actor Gregory Peck; and Adam Liptak, national legal correspondent for the New York Times.

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