This year, we shared nearly 400 pictures and videos on the Fordham Instagram account, and we could have easily shared double that, what with the number of picture-worthy locales and events that take place throughout the Fordham community.
As the year comes to a close, here are a few of our favorites, in no particular order.
Crocuses are far and away my favorite flower, because they show up way before anything else is hardy enough to make a go of it.
I just love this kids’ attitude. She’s got future Ram written all over her.
Okay, technically NOT a picture, but the drone footage was awesome.
Everything about this photo is beautiful. The fog, the snow, even the bare tree branches. And I usually hate bare tree branches, because they look sad =(
Because who doesn’t love a Pope doll in a Fordham jacket. Can I get one of these for my desk?
I love this shot from Mission and Ministry’s John Gownley. At 1600 likes it was one of the most popular posts of the year and reminded us that Keating isn’t Rose Hill’s only iconic tower.
This shot by Patick Verel is a stunner of Duane Library. We’ve all seen the light stream like this and it never fails to impress.
Love, love, love the pizza nuns shot! Joanna Mercuri tells us that the nuns were singing while waiting in line to see the pope at Madison Square Garden, but when they finally paused for a bite to eat Joanna captured a moment of community both large and small.
Somehow, the Ram seems to be standing a little taller for his usual backdrop being blotted out by a snowstorm.
I like this cool angle; you can almost see the flowers pushing upward because of the odd angle with the statue of Dagger John.
Love this shot of Cunniffe House. The photographer seems to have caught it at just the right time of day.
Because can we ever get enough of fall beauty shots?
Fordham students abroad at our London Centre campus.
Our new home in Martino Hall gives us some pretty awesome views of the Lincoln Center campus.
Father Joseph M. McShane, S.J., our president, is a tremendous speaker – in public or in casual conversation. Joanna Mercuri caught him during Move-in Day 2015 and it was great.
This beautiful shot of the candle-lighting ceremony on Edwards Parade during orientation/Move-In weekend garnered more than 800 likes, and shows the sense of community welcome new students receive.
A beautiful shot of a commute so many in the Fordham family know so well.