A discussion with Fordham University’s Julianny Gomez and Dr. Aimee Cox about the term “Ratchet.”
Joseph P. Kelly has spent over 8 years working with Catholic Relief Services (CRS) in a variety of positions in Emergency Response, Agricultural Development, Education, and Health Care Systems in some of the poorer and more conflict torn areas of the world
Graduating seniors are heading into the next phase of their lives. While, many high school graduates are transitioning to college, some college graduates are gearing up for their careers.
WFUV's Chris Williams looks into how some people believe life after death takes place all around us, here on earth. Anthony Bellov, a volunteer at the Merchant House Museum in downtown Manhattan, talks about how the house's original owners may have never left. Fordham University Professors Mary Erler and Joshua Schapiro discuss the idea of an earthly heaven and reincarnation.
Spring is finally here, and for most of us that’s probably a breath of fresh air. There’s not only a change in the temperature but a change in people’s moods.
Sandy was the deadliest and most destructive storm of the 2012 hurricane season. It was also the second-costliest hurricane in U.S. history. Monday marks six-months since the Superstorm struck our area.
Records like "A Teenager in Love," "Runaround Sue," and "The Wanderer" made Dion one of the most popular pre-British Invasion artists in the world. He will talk about his upbringing in the Fordham section of the Bronx, the corner of Belmont and 187th - now called the "Doo Wop Corner" - where he and his group The Belmonts polished some of their early hits, and racial tensions between Bronx-area Doo Wop groups.
The International Dyslexia Association defines dyslexia as "a specific learning disability that is neurological in origin." But members of a boarding school for dyslexic students in Dutchess County, New York don’t use the term “disability.”