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February 16, 2010 • Volume 32, No. 9


Applications Top 27,000, Setting Another Fordham Record

Three years ago, Fordham shattered its applications record with a pool topping 20,000.

Today, undergraduate applications at the University have surpassed the 27,000 mark, setting yet another high.

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Extra Effort Required:
Fordham’s Extreme Commuters
Go the Distance

While most of us are still slugabed, savoring the last of our night’s slumber, some Fordham employees are downing the last of their coffee and heading for the door.

They leave the house in darkness, before most of us hit the snooze button.

They walk through the campus gates the same time that you and I do.

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Goldman Sachs Director
Examines Leadership

Scores of books are published each year on effective leadership techniques. What can be learned from a man who has never read any of them?

As it turns out, quite a lot.

On Jan. 26, roughly 140 people were treated to thoughts on leadership from E. Gerald Corrigan, Ph.D. (GSAS ’65, ’71), managing director of Goldman Sachs and Co.,

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Fordham University Association:
47 Years of Nurturing Community Spirit

Progress of Haitian Relief Effort Highlighted by Panel

Through the Quiet of Night:
Fordham Volunteers Reach Out to Those in Need

Walsh Library Acquires Collection of Afro-Latin Religious Books and Artifacts

Photo Essay: Rose Hill Full of Architectural Details
Can you guess where these hidden gems are located?

Photo Essay: Answers

This Month in Jesuit History:
Roman College Created to Be Epicenter of Jesuit Teaching

Rose Hill Apartments Debuts New Renovations

GSS Dean Focuses on Society’s Most Vulnerable

Novelist/Professor Explores the Many Uses of ‘Narrative Thinking

Clinical Law Professor Delves Deeper into Learning Methods

Inside Fordham Staff and Submission Deadlines



Alumna Gives GBA Students Another Tool to Succeed in Job Hunt

Fordham graduate business students will have one more leg up this year, thanks to a $25,000 gift from Nora Grose (GBA ’84).

Grose’s generosity will enable the Graduate School of Business Administration to offer all 1,400 GBA students access to two sessions on CareerLeader, a Web-based career assessment tool.

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Fordham at Work

A profile of Lynette Rivera, Director of Development for Athletics, Development and University Relations; Cheerleading Adviser

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