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Arithmetic for College Presidents

Arithmetic for College Presidents

Dear University Presidents and Provosts, and other “high-ranking” administration officials (not to mention men's athletic coaches) who make more than a quarter million dollars a year: I'd like to give y'all a little math lesson.  Now follow me closely – this'll be easy if you pay attention.  I'm an adjunct instructor at Fordham, “New York's Jesuit University”, so the figures I will use for adjunct income are what I am paid by that highly moral institution. Step 1:  An adjunct is paid aroun ...

Labor Justice at Jesuit Institutions

Labor Justice at Jesuit Institutions

By Alan Trevithick Fordham Faculty United will host an event tomorrow “Labor Justice at Jesuit Institutions," and Dave Andrews, known to many as a key adjunct activist and organizer at Loyola Chicago, will be our main speaker. Given his experience, his insight, and his commitment, we're more than pleased to have him at the center of FFU's first major event at Fordham. That's at 1pm, in the FLOM auditorium at Walsh library, on the Rose Hill Campus. We're so looking forward to it, and to ...

We won't back down

We won’t back down

Jesuit colleges and universities must strive for high academic quality and encourage rigorous study of crucial human problems and concerns meaning to life and provide motives for action, and they involve one’s mind and heart, one’s whole person ...

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