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USG Announces Winners of Class of 2025 Election
Abbey Delk, News Editor • September 25, 2021
Fordham University’s United Student Government (USG) announced the winners of its senate race for the class of 2025 at the Rose Hill campus. The elections yielded five new senators, three from Fordham College at Rose Hill (FCRH) and two from the Gabelli School of Business (GSB). 
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The Irresistibility of Crochet in the Modern Age

The Irresistibility of Crochet in the Modern Age

September 22, 2021

I truly hope everyone hops on the crochet train with me. It’s relaxing. It’s accessible. It’s rewarding, yet challenging. It’s all the things I’ve wanted in a craft but never had altogether.

California Recall Exemplifies Growing Polarization

California Recall Exemplifies Growing Polarization

September 22, 2021

California’s election recall may not only be unnecessary, but a symbol of America’s increasing political divide.

Disney: Fueling an Unexpected Comeback

Disney: Fueling an Unexpected Comeback

September 22, 2021

Disney’s announcement to release 2021 movies in theater-exclusive debuts is the push that Americans need to get back into the theater.

Sexism in Women’s Health Care

Sexism in Women’s Health Care

September 22, 2021

Until we correct the biases that underscore health care, women will continue to suffer at the hands of doctors who dismiss and misdiagnose the issues they suffer.

Increased Effort is Necessary to Encourage Vaccinations During Pregnancy

Increased Effort is Necessary to Encourage Vaccinations During Pregnancy

September 22, 2021

Concerns about pregnant people getting the COVID-19 vaccine are charged, sensitive and, in my opinion, understandable. More needs to be done to convince pregnant people of the safety of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Fordham Must Act on Climate Change After Christian Leaders’ Message

Fordham Must Act on Climate Change After Christian Leaders’ Message

September 22, 2021

As a Jesuit university, there should undoubtedly be a more passionate and pressing system to combat climate change and promote sustainable practices on Fordham campuses.

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The Certified Lover Boy: Drake’s New Album Brings Several Hits

The Certified Lover Boy: Drake’s New Album Brings Several Hits

September 22, 2021

The cover of Drake’s sixth studio album “Certified Lover Boy” features 12 “pregnant woman” emojis.

“Dating & New York” Fails to Convey its Message About Online Dating Culture

“Dating & New York” Fails to Convey its Message About Online Dating Culture

September 22, 2021

Dating & New York employs many rom com tropes to convey a message about online dating.

Sarah Turney Spotlights Grief in New “Disappearances” Podcast

Sarah Turney Spotlights Grief in New “Disappearances” Podcast

September 22, 2021

Sarah Turney reflects on grief over the disappearance of her sister in "Disappearances" podcast.

It’s Giving Me The Shivers: Ed Sheeran’s Newest Single

It’s Giving Me The Shivers: Ed Sheeran’s Newest Single

September 22, 2021

Ed Sheeran's live performance of new single "Shivers" stuns.

Fordham Satin Dolls, The Fordham Ramblers & The Rockettes

Fordham Satin Dolls, The Fordham Ramblers & The Rockettes

September 22, 2021

Fordham’s a cappella groups, the Satin Dolls and the Ramblers, will be opening for the Rockettes’ Christmas Spectacular.

Who’s that Kid? It’s Jacob Myron, FCRH ‘24!

Who’s that Kid? It’s Jacob Myron, FCRH ‘24!

September 22, 2021

Jacob Myron, FCRH ‘24, muses on poetry, self expression, and his collagic personality.

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Paving the Way Forward
Paving the Way Forward
September 15, 2021

Sexism in Women’s Health Care

September 22, 2021

Until we correct the biases that underscore health care, women will continue to suffer at the hands of doctors who dismiss and misdiagnose the issues they suffer.

Finding Our Way Back to Normal at Fordham

September 15, 2021

We’ve longed for normalcy for a long time; however, it’s impossible to ignore the way our lives have shifted.

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.

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