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“Barbie” Celebrates Girlhood

“Barbie” Celebrates Girlhood

March 20, 2024

As someone who still says, “Hi Barbie!” and “He’s such a Ken,” it’s safe to say that “Barbie” has impacted me in more ways than one. If you are looking for a comedic cinematic masterpiece...

New York Shows Up and Shows Out For St. Patrick’s Day

New York Shows Up and Shows Out For St. Patrick’s Day

March 20, 2024

Technically, St. Patrick’s Day is March 17, but if you were not decked out in green gallivanting around Fifth Ave. the day before, consider yourself having already missed out on the holiday. That’s...

Fordham University’s Home Base: Pugsley’s Pizza

Fordham University’s Home Base: Pugsley’s Pizza

March 20, 2024

“The idea was for me to build this and get out,” said Sal Natale, owner of Pugsley’s. “I will never be a pizza man.”  Not a sentence one usually hears from the owner of a pizza place, but...

Can everyone tell I’m American?

Can everyone tell I’m American?

March 20, 2024

Three Americans, three Mexicans and a Spaniard sit in a Spanish bar. What may be the start of a joke that likely fell flat was how I spent my Tuesday night. On weeknights in Granada, local bars take turns...

“Dani and Bea” is an Absolute Delight

“Dani and Bea” is an Absolute Delight

March 20, 2024

This weekend, Fordham Experimental Theater put on “Dani and Bea,” written and directed by Tori Fisher, FCRH ’25, an adaptation of “When Harry Met Sally.” The play, with a 90-minute run time,...

Emma Cline’s Latest Novel: An Ode to Womanhood

Emma Cline’s Latest Novel: An Ode to Womanhood

March 20, 2024

Emma Cline’s “The Guest” is equivalent to a whirlwind of drama one would expect to find in an early 2000s drama series. However, unlike “Sex and the City,” “The Guest” follows the trajectory...

Embracing Ramadan at Fordham University: A Time of Reflection, Inclusivity and Community

Embracing Ramadan at Fordham University: A Time of Reflection, Inclusivity and Community

March 20, 2024

Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, holds profound significance for Muslims worldwide. Beyond its roots in abstaining from food and water during daylight hours, Ramadan is a time of prayer,...

Clocks Spring Forward, But I’m Still Stuck Behind

Clocks Spring Forward, But I’m Still Stuck Behind

March 20, 2024

Two weeks ago on Sunday, March 10 at 2 a.m., clocks sprung one hour forward, causing us to lose an hour of sleep but gain an hour of daylight in the evening. This time change marks the beginning of the...

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