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Dr. Harry L. Levy, a Jew, Joins Faculty of Fordham, a Catholic Unit

December 27, 1966
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Dr. Harry L. Levy, a Jew, who is vice-chancellor of the City University, has accepted the post of professor of humanities at Fordham University, a Catholic institution of higher learning. Dr. Levy’s appointment was the first to the faculty of the new liberal arts college to be opened by Fordham at Lincoln Center in the fall of 1968. He will teach at Fordham’s Rose Hill campus in The Bronx until the new Lincoln Center campus is open.

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