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.
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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.
On this week’s Fordham Conversations: We showcase some of the stories and interviews that WFUV student reporters have produced for Fordham Conversations.
Author Donna Freitas discusses her book "Sex and the Soul: juggling sexuality, spirituality, romance and religion on America’s college campuses.
There’s election coverage and then there’s WFUV’s election coverage.
Tonight, WFUV will air election results, along with smart political humor and great tunes, starting at 9 and running until midnight (or later if necessary).
News Director George Bodarky and WFUV anchor/reporter Claudia Morell will handle the election coverage, while Eric Holland will control the music side of things. The evening will also include political humor from comedians Scott Blakeman and Brad Stine.
Dr. Bill Baker explains how the Internet broke newspapers' business model, and why public media broadcasters should be next in line for a government bail-out.
WFUV's Claudia Morell talks about school bullying and teen suicide with Loyola High School English and Philosophy teacher Christian Gregory and Fordham University Psychology Professor Doctor Peggy Andover.
Social Stigma can take on many forms. It may be an unpleasant remark, a strange look or even the refusal of employment.