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Robin Shannon

Fifth Avenue Famous

by Robin Shannon
Fifth Avenue Street Corner
Marisa Galdi

Salvatore Basile, a cantor and historian at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, talks about his book, as well as, the Pontiff’s visit to St. Patrick’s in 2008 and Cathedral life in the days immediately after 9/11.

Resurgence

by Robin Shannon
The Fountain at Lincoln Center
roccocell, Flickr

One of the many partners helping with Lincoln Square‘s growth has been Fordham University. On This week's Fordham Conversations the President of the Lincoln Square Business Improvement District, Monica Blum talks about the evolution of the area. Then WFUV’s Marisa Galdi looks at the resurgence of the double-crested Cormorant, a bird whose population was almost wiped out.

 

WFUV's Strike a Chord Campaign on Financial Literacy

by Robin Shannon
a wallet full of dollar bills
elycefeliz, Flickr

This week’s guests include Donna Katzin, Executive Director of Shared Interest. This non-profit organization raises capital in the U.S. to help small businesses in South Africa. We also talk to Fordham Junior Katy Raymond. Katy will be visiting South Africa as part of Fordham University’s first study abroad program on the African continent. 

Ecotourism in Curacao

by Robin Shannon
a tug boat in the harbour of the Willemstad showing its Dutch Colonial architect
Robin Andersen

Fordham University's Robin Andersen is researching Ecotourism and writing for a travel guidebook. Her research trip took her to Curacao where she not only enjoyed preparations for Carnival, but discovered the island's rich and diverse culture.

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