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  • A good day for Fordham University

    It's great news to know a fellow Fordham University graduate will be the 2014 Rose Parade grand marshal. Yep, Vin Scully, the perennial Dodger baseball team broadcaster, is right up there with Vince Lombardi, another Fordham University graduate, as are...
  • Russia accuses Greenpeace activists of piracy

    MOSCOW — Russia opened a criminal case Tuesday against Greenpeace activists, accusing them of piracy for attempting to stage a protest on an Arctic oil rig. A Greenpeace spokeswoman called the accusation "absurd." Russian border troops seized...
  • University presses: a view from the academy

    University presses: a view from the academy
    The front table in Hyde Park's Seminary Co-op Bookstore has been a must stop for book browsers for book lovers since the early 1970s. It is always brimming with more than 100 newly published scholarly works vying for readers' attention. Most of the titles...
  • PASSINGS: Moose Skowron, Pete Fornatale

    Moose Skowron Five-time World Series champion Moose Skowron, 81, a five-time World Series champion with the New York Yankees and the Dodgers and one of only two players to hit three home runs in the seventh games of World Series, died Friday of...
  • PASSINGS: Simon Gourdine, Svetozar Gligoric

    PASSINGS: Simon Gourdine, Svetozar Gligoric
    Simon Gourdine Former NBA executive Simon Gourdine, 72, who became the highest-ranking black executive in professional sports when he was named deputy commissioner of the NBA in 1974, died Thursday in Englewood, N.J. The NBA confirmed his death but...
  • PASSINGS: Mary Jean Pew; R.B Greaves

    Mary Jean Pew Head of Catholic college, aide to Jerry Brown Mary Jean Pew, 82, a former nun who taught history and government at Immaculate Heart College in Los Angeles then served as the school's acting president before it closed in 1980, died...
  • Tips for the single, dating dad

    Tips for the single, dating dad
    As a single dad wading back into the dating pool, Daniel Ruyter was surprised how many women lost interest when he revealed, always in the first conversation, that he had a son. "At first I took it personally," said the Orlando, Fla., information...
  • Lecture on “Becoming Human” at St. Stephen Orthodox Church

     
    Rev. John Behr, dean of St. Vladimir's Seminary at Fordham University, will lecture on “Becoming Human: Life in Christ according to Early Christian Teaching,” from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday, March 9, at the Orthodox of St. Stephen, 1895...
  • Dr. Steve Salvatore

    Dr. Steve Salvatore
    Dr. Steven Salvatore is an Emmy award winning journalist, Host of the nationally syndicated Dr. Steve Show and medical reporter for the PIX 11 Morning News.  Dr. Steve joined WPIX in 2005, where he can be seen every weekday morning on PIX Morning News...
  • Sister of California governors transfers her sense of public service to municipal finance

    Sister of California governors transfers her sense of public service to municipal finance
    A Goldman Sachs executive was at a Chicago dinner party recently when a fellow guest, hearing she had just relocated from California, asked what she thought of the new governor there. The executive, Goldman's chairman of investment banking for the...
  • Kocsis a class act for the Vikettes

    Jenna Kocsis admits it's going to be very difficult. She is going to Fordham University, but for now does not intend to continue her sports career, at least on a varsity level. The standout Central Catholic softball and basketball player says sports...
  • Some patients won't see nurses of different race

    Some patients won't see nurses of different race
    DETROIT (AP) — It's been called one of medicine's "open secrets" — allowing patients to refuse treatment by a doctor or nurse of another race. In the latest example, a white man with a swastika tattoo insisted that black nurses not be...