Education: Fordham Shift

When the black-robed, Jesuit community of New York's Fordham University sat down to lunch in the refectory one noon last week, Aloysius Joseph Hogan was at the head of the table as well as the college, with Robert Ignatius Gannon on his right. When the community rose, Father Gannon was at the table's head. with Father Hogan on his right. During the meal a young Jesuit scholastic had brought Father Hogan an order from Rome sending him on to be dean of Georgetown University's graduate school, upping Father Gannon to Fordham's presidency. Thus...

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