Fordham University

  • Law Schools, Religion, Women's Issues

    Which Law School Needs to Give Thanks for Birth Control?

    Word on the street is that people have been saying that I’m “anti-woman.” Apparently, I might as well get in touch with Al Bundy and join NO MA’AM. And while sitting around drinking booze and going to strip clubs would be fun, it’s just not my thing. I’m sorry to disappoint our readers, but I’m […]

    92 Comments / / Nov 16, 2011 at 12:32 PM
  • Food, Pro Bono, Ridiculousness

    Fordham University: Teaching Kids How to Ignore the Homeless, One Beet or Carrot at a Time

    Michael Zimmerman, a 3L at Fordham Law, founded a farm-share program called Farm to Fordham. Amazingly, we’re not talking about a Facebook program. Zimmerman did this in real life. For a small fee each semester, students, faculty, and staff were able to purchase a share of fresh produce from a farm in central New York. Nearly 100 pounds of vegetables were donated to a local soup kitchen with every delivery. This sounds like a wonderful program, right? That’s probably why Fordham University decided to shut it down….

    79 Comments / / Sep 19, 2011 at 1:46 PM