Fordham freshmen beautifying community near campus

Some Fordham University freshmen are working to beautify their community. Dozens of students are taking part in the university's Urban Plunge Program, which has required

NORWOOD - Some Fordham University freshmen are working to beautify their community. Dozens of students are taking part in the university's Urban Plunge Program, which has required them to spruce up trees, plant mulch, clean out storm drains and pick up litter. Students say they're proud to be involved in community service, which not only improves the look of the neighborhood but also helps the environment. To watch students cleaning up their neighborhood, click on News 12 Extra on Optimum TV channel 612.

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