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Fordham Students Share Support for NYC Mayoral Candidates

Fordham Students Share Support for NYC Mayoral Candidates

May 24, 2021

As New York City gears up for the mayoral primary election, Fordham University students provide a sample of political opinions that the city’s youngest voters may hold. 

USG Discusses Accommodations for Vaccinated Students During Final Exams

USG Discusses Accommodations for Vaccinated Students During Final Exams

May 5, 2021

The Senate discussed the issue previously brought up by Vice President Maya Bentovim, FCRH ’23, about vaccination concerns during final exams.  Bentovim raised the concern two weeks prior after Fordham students who received their first doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine realized they would receive their second shot during final examinations. Many students who have received the vaccine have noted feeling symptoms the day after their second shot, said Bentovim.

Fordham Academic Departments Work to Incorporate Anti-Racism in Curricula

Fordham Academic Departments Work to Incorporate Anti-Racism in Curricula

May 3, 2021

Discussions of racism and the importance of anti-racist action have been heighted  this year following the global Black Lives Matter protests of 2020. The Fordham Ram has since covered numerous statements disavowing racism released by academic departments at Fordham in the fall semester. Many department heads described their plans to ensure their department plays a role in the continued dedication of Fordham University to social justice and standing against racism.

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COVID-19 Outbreaks in Prisons Highlight Issues of Incarceration System

COVID-19 Outbreaks in Prisons Highlight Issues of Incarceration System

April 28, 2021

While life has begun to return to normal for many Americans, inmates continue to struggle with COVID-19 outbreaks as a result of overcrowding and insufficient medical care.

McGinley Addition Has Opportunity to Revamp Commuter Experience

McGinley Addition Has Opportunity to Revamp Commuter Experience

April 28, 2021

Making commuter students a more inviting space in which they can socialize in and retreat to has become a priority for the McGinley redevelopment.

Your Coffee Fix Isn’t a Coffee Fix

Your Coffee Fix Isn’t a Coffee Fix

April 28, 2021

Starbucks has gone entirely too far. Once a place to get coffee, the entire enterprise has now become a ruthless sugar dealer.

The Rock is Cooking: A Potential Presidential Campaign America Doesn’t Need

The Rock is Cooking: A Potential Presidential Campaign America Doesn’t Need

April 28, 2021

Our nation’s priorities have evolved and become far too complex for an inexperienced celebrity to run for office, pin down our national problems for a one, two, three count, and walk away with a unified country after over 200 plus years of division.

Royal Family Deserves Privacy and Respect After Prince Philip’s Funeral

Royal Family Deserves Privacy and Respect After Prince Philip’s Funeral

April 28, 2021

In the wake of Prince Philip’s passing, the media’s attention has centered not on the mourning of the beloved royal family, but rather on the strained relationship between Prince William and Harry.

Fordham Vaccination Policy Must Push to Encourage Hesitant Students

Fordham Vaccination Policy Must Push to Encourage Hesitant Students

April 28, 2021

Fordham’s vaccine mandate is the right way to ensure the safety of our community and honor public health, but it should go beyond simply telling students to get their shot.

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Nick Golebiewski Captures the Spirit of New York in Bronx Little Italy, Chinatown and More

Nick Golebiewski Captures the Spirit of New York in Bronx Little Italy, Chinatown and More

April 28, 2021

Nick Golbieweski holds up his partial drawing preceding his painting of the storefront.

Who’s That Kid? It’s Abdual Yousef, FCLC ’24

Who’s That Kid? It’s Abdual Yousef, FCLC ’24

April 28, 2021

Abdual Yousef, FCLC ’24, watches as his Mock Trial team makes Fordham history.

The 2021 Academy Awards Brings Controversy and Low Viewership

The 2021 Academy Awards Brings Controversy and Low Viewership

April 28, 2021

“Nomadland,” directed by Chloe Zhao and starring Frances McDormand, took home the Academy Award for best picture.

Iann Dior Goes Back to His Roots on New EP “Still Here”

Iann Dior Goes Back to His Roots on New EP “Still Here”

April 28, 2021

“Still Here” is a testament to how much Iann Dior has grown as an artist since he released “Nothing’s Ever Good Enough” three years ago.

Lazarus Nazario On The Therapeutic Power of Artwork

Lazarus Nazario On The Therapeutic Power of Artwork

April 28, 2021

Nazario’s painting “Screengrab” was inspired by an image of a young suicide bomber whose mission was thwarted.

Museum of Lost Memories Strikes a Nostalgic Chord With Viewers

Museum of Lost Memories Strikes a Nostalgic Chord With Viewers

April 28, 2021

On TikTok, the account has shared dozens of photos and videos, amassing over 9.2 million likes and even successfully identifying some of the subjects featured in the original images and clips.

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Chauvin’s Conviction Is a Good First Step Toward Racial Justice

April 28, 2021

As we continue taking steps toward racial justice, we should do everything we can to further that march.

Moving Toward a Better Normal

April 21, 2021

In the past few weeks, stories of mass shootings and gun violence began to dominate our newsfeeds. These events are a horrific reminder that the American “normal,” as much as we miss it, was far from perfect.

Vaccines Will End the Pandemic

April 14, 2021

We’ve struggled through the COVID-19 pandemic for the past year, and vaccination is our best shot at reaching its end.

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