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The Museum of Modern Art is a great destination for summer fun. (Joe Vitale for The Fordham Ram)

Affordable Summer Events in NYC

June 30, 2014
Fordham is our school, New York is our campus. However, the fun in the city does not need to stop once the school year is over.
(Samuel Joseph/The Ram)

CAB Members Talk Spring Weekend

April 30, 2014
Spring Weekend is not all fun and games for a select group of Fordham students. As the most highly anticipated string of events during the school year, Spring Weekend takes a handful of architects to orchestrate | By Bridget Darcey
Cartel takes the stage to play a selection of hits from Collider. (Samuel Joseph/The Ram)

Fordham 2014 Spring Weekend in Review

April 30, 2014
Fordham's 2014 Spring Weekend in Review | By Nicole Horton, Margaret Adams & Nicole Pieri
Claire Mullen, FCRH ‘16, traveled to Vietnam in 2011 while on a gap year. (Courtesy of Claire Mullen)

Who’s that kid? It’s Claire Mullen, FCRH ’16

April 30, 2014
Going into junior year, Mullen has many more things she would like to experience. She said, in addition to studying abroad in London, “I’d like to write for a school publication and create a project for Campus Movie Fest. I’d like to go to more professional and college baseball games too.”

Ask Emma: Questioning the ‘Friend Zone’

April 30, 2014
To ask Emma questions, email her at [email protected]

Playlist: ‘Be Still’

April 30, 2014

By Rosemary Derocher Lately, with the sun out and very few jackets in sight, I’ve been binging pretty regularly on my “SPRING” playlist. It is filled with all the catchiest, most upbeat songs I...

Fordham Flava rocks the stage, dancing to various songs by today’s popular artists. (Josh Kim/The Ram)

Flava’s ‘Fame’ Brings Audience ‘Fortune’

April 30, 2014

Fordham Flava rocks the stage, dancing to various songs by today’s popular artists. (Josh Kim/The Ram) By Joe Vitale On a Saturday night in April, hundreds of students packed Leonard Theater to watch...

Criticism and Meta-Criticism in Television

April 30, 2014

By DEVON SHERIDAN COLUMNIST I started watching HBO’s wildly popular “Game of Thrones” series early this semester and caught up to the show just in time for the season four premiere. Prior to viewing,...

Editors Pick: Coffee

Editor’s Pick: Coffee

April 30, 2014

By Kelly Kultys “America runs on Dunkin” is one of the most popular slogans in the country these days. It is easy to see why; according to, over 50 percent of Americans over the...

Nick D’Agostino, FCRH ’16, filmed “No Data Found” in his dorm room. (Courtesy of Nick D’Agostino)

Fordham’s Campus MovieFest Awards Spring Winners

April 30, 2014

By AMANDA GIGLIO On April 23, Fordham University took part in Campus MovieFest (CMF) for the fifth year in a row. Campus MovieFest is the world’s largest student film festival, in which over 500,000...

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The 114th Auto Show at the Javits Center

April 30, 2014
The New York International Auto Show was an impressive event, both in quality and quantity, and is certainly an event that car enthusiasts and novices alike could enjoy.
Scott Gries/AP Images

MTV’s ‘Faking It’ in Review

April 30, 2014
Show creators Dana Min Goodman and Julia Wolov could potentially have an incredibly successful show on their hands that delivers a different kind of message to its millennial audience on acceptance not only from others but also of yourself. Even within these deeper messages, however, the dialogue remains quick and witty, creating an overall enjoyable show.
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