RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Fordham University

A collection of news and information related to Fordham University published by this site and its partners.

Top Fordham University Articles

Displaying items 67-77
  • Supreme Court takes up lethal injection battle

    The legal battle over lethal injection, which comes before the U.S. Supreme Court today, has been conducted in unusual secrecy, with courts permitting states across the country to keep from lawyers and the public precisely how death row inmates are...
  • Rising travel costs lead to more college students skipping family Thanksgiving gatherings

    Samantha Roper sometimes dreams about the mashed potatoes her mother makes on Thanksgiving, from potatoes grown at an uncle's farm 10 minutes from her Southern Idaho home. But today, with airfare costs and distance making a trip home impractical, the...
  • The ethics of cutting household help

    The ethics of cutting household help
    As unemployment escalates and Americans face uncertain futures, cost-cutting has become the new national pastime. Coupon-clipping is in. Big-ticket items and indulgences are out -- as are many of the home-related services so many Southern Californians...
  • Ecumenical Catholic

    Ecumenical Catholic
    Other job experience: Junior high school teacher and Franciscan Brother for 12 years in Diocese of Brooklyn; administrator of Catholic elementary school in southern California. Other community posts: Chaplin at eight senior citizen residences-nursing...
  • 5 years later, prosecutor's death still a mystery

    In the early-morning darkness of Dec. 4, 2003, a drilling company employee spotted something red glowing a short distance from his rural Pennsylvania office and swung his car around to investigate. There, in his headlights' path, was an unoccupied silver...
  • Cardinal Avery Dulles, prominent Catholic theologian, dies at 90

    Cardinal Avery Dulles, a former professor at Catholic University in Washington, D.C., who was born into a family of elite Protestant diplomats and became one of the country's most prominent Catholic theologians, died Friday at an infirmary at Fordham...
  • Where the Boys Are: Palm Beach football players in college

    American Heritage-Delray Josh Pee: WR; Carson-Newman; So. Dominique Battle: DB; Cincinnati; Fr. Alicus Nozinor: WR; Eastern Illinois University; Sr. Corey Riley: DL; Eastern Michigan University; Sr. Warley Leroy: K; Florida Atlantic University; R-Sr....
  • Second-Class Citizens: Teaching Civics at Home

    In this age of high-stakes tests, teachers must place more emphasis on tested subjects – reading, mathematics and science. This means they have less time to teach other subjects, including social studies. According to a recent report by the Center on...
  • Los Angeles Comedy Festival begins tonight

    Los Angeles Comedy Festival begins tonight
    Funny doesn't discriminate. At least, that's the philosophy that prompted Lawrin Goulston Salazar and her husband to launch the Los Angeles Comedy Festival last year. The "all-inclusive" biannual event is a sort of comedy smorgasbord featuring improv,...
  • No writers? Luckily, it's Christmas

    Shrek the Halls, a new Christmas special featuring that cash cow of an ogre from the big screen, has yet to be shown on TV, but ABC is already calling it an "instant classic." Foolish me, I thought it was the audience that determines which shows are...
  • Brothel promises to make its clients reality stars

    If you want to watch Nick having sex with a prostitute, he's happy to let you. The 36-year-old bank-security technician drove eight hours from his home in Metz, France, to Big Sister, a Prague brothel, where customers peruse a touch-screen menu of...