Fordham, a History of the Jesuit University of New York: 1841-2003

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Index
9/11 terrorist attacks, 480–81
140th anniversary, 457
1920s, 168–77
1950s: American Catholics and, 334–35, 361– 66; civil rights movement, 337–39; Cold War, ROTC cadets and, 340; Eisenhower years, 334–35; faculty discontent, 366–68; finances, 342–43; Korean War, 342–43; population reduction, 341–43; religion boom, 340–41; student restlessness, 365– 66; students’ favorite public person, 336
1960s: campus revolutions, 388–89. See also self-study of 1960–63
1970s: Jesuit presence, 444–46; turmoil, Walsh and, 412–13
AAU (Association of American Universities): 1935 inspection, 265–66; Gannon and, 271–72; graduate program, 264; Graduate School inspection, 265–66; membership loss, 169, 209, 247, 267–68; restoration to list, 272
ABA (American Bar Association): Feerick years at Law School, 227–28; Law School accreditation, 210; Law School conflicts, 224; Pro Bono Publico Award to Law School, 228–29; Wilkinson and, 207–10
Abell, Rev. Robert A., 32
abortion public policy, rumors surrounding, 485
accreditation, McGinley and, 346–47
Act Against Jesuits and Popish Priests, 28
Adams, Matthew Ebenezer, 326
admission requirements: Gilded Age, 126–27; Law School, 208–10; Teachers College, 282–83
Admissions Office, 172
Agar, John G., 166
Ahern, Bishop Patrick V., South Bronx revival and, 426
All-University Center on Gerontology, 456–57
alumni: AAU decision and, 268; Civil War and, 91–96; clergy among, 82–83; early, 81–84; Gannon’s prediction, 459; victims of 9/11 attacks, 481; WWI service, 162
Alumni Court North/South, 465
America, 357; O’Hare as editor-in-chief, 464–65
American Association of Law Schools accreditation, 272
American Bar Association. See ABA (American Bar Association)
American Catholics: 1950s, 361–66; education and, 154, 279; immigration and growth, 52–53; Kennedy assassination, 369–70; in Kentucky, 31; New York mayors, 123; Pope John XXIII death, 370; population growth, 123; private school system, 362; Vietnam War and, 391–92; WWI and, 158–60
American Council on Education, GSAS evaluation, 279–80
American Holy Land (Kentucky), 31
Anastasi, Anne, 471
anti-war movement: building occupations in protest, 418–20; faculty involvement, 422; Fordham Five, 418; Kerry, John, before subcommittee, 391; ROTC, protests and, 415–17; slowing, 423; Students for a Democratic Society, 392–93, 416, 420–21; vandalism, 420–21
Arbesmann, Rev. Rudolph, O.S.A., 274
archaeological dig for Rose Hill Manor, 467
Arrupe, Rev. Pedro, S.J.: McLaughlin resignation, 409; O’Keefe and, 385–86
Association of Colleges and Universities of New York State, Finlay and, 454
Association of Urban Universities, 453–54
athletic programs: baseball, 324–25; Big-Time Football, 317–19; Coffey, John, 324–25; early years, 68; under O’Hare, 466; WWII years, 312
bachelors degrees, 72–73
Bacon, George W., 213
Baker, Howard H. (Senator), visit to Fordham, 454
Barbarsky, Al, 320
Barrett, Rev. Alfred J., S.J., 344
baseball team, 324–25

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