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November 10, 2008 • Volume 31, No. 5

Alumnus Gives Back—$5 Million Worth—to
Law School Community that Nurtured Him

As T.J. Maloney sees it, his time at Fordham Law was anything but a clinical exercise. Indeed it was the best of all worlds, “combining a very strong education with a heightened sense of community, a spirit that has extended long after my graduation and is felt even stronger today.”

That sense of connection and the desire to give back to the Law School has led Maloney and his wife Nancy, to make a $5 million gift to endow the T.J. and Nancy Maloney Library at Fordham’s School of Law.

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Jesuit ‘Homeboy’ Saves
Gang Members
through Employment

Gregory Boyle, S.J., visits hundreds of incarcerated gang members in Los Angeles each year, and he always tells them the same thing:

“Call me when you get out, right away. If you delay, you’ll get popped again; you’ll get arrested.”

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Fordham Law Film Fest Opens with
Screening of Recount

With the 2008 presidential election occupying the national headlines, the third annual Fordham Law Film Festival opened on Oct. 17 with a trip to a not-so-distant election, when most Americans first learned about hanging chads.

Recount, the Emmy Award-winning film about the protracted battle behind the 2000 presidential election, was screened for 160 viewers at the HBO Theater in Midtown.

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Nobel Economist Says More Stable Currency Needed

Conference on Healing and Memories Held at Fordham

Fordham Celebrates World Habitat Day

Photo Essay: The Show Goes On at Rose Hill

After Modernity, Mysticism Found in Texts and Practices

United Nations Fellows Learn about
American Media at Workshop

Plans to Expand Internet Access Highlights
Technology Conference

Art Patronage Played Role in 20th Century
Minimalist Movement

Moral Theologist Says Sex Can Be Great

Scholar Examines Poetic Thought of Denis Diderot

Why Muslims Rebel: North African Islamic Nations
Struggle for a Democratic Identity

Intersection of Law and Religion Informs
Director’s Research

Inside Fordham Staff and Submission Deadlines

Students Create
Internet Home for
South Street Seaport

New York City teachers and history buffs have a new resource for all things South Street Seaport.

A comprehensive digital history of the port, titled “South Street Seaport: From its Original Conception to its Present-Day Revival,” can be found on Fordham’s website. It was created last spring by an honors history class in Fordham College at Lincoln Center.

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Fordham at Work

A profile of Jason George, Head Strength, Speed and Conditioning Coach

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