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Fordham students enjoying the beginning of their time abroad. (Courtesy of Lusa Holmstrom for The Fordham Ram)

Junior Gallivants Across Granada

Lusa Holmstrom, Contributing Writer January 31, 2024
Lusa Holmstorm, FCRH '25, writes about her transition from the United States to Granada, Spain, as she begins her experience studying abroad. From airport jitters to culture shock, Holmstrom reflects on the most memorable parts of her new adventure.
Sweeney and Powell star in this enemies-to-lovers tale. (Courtesy of Instagram)

Did “Anyone but You” Revive the Rom-Com?

Amanda Bradley, Contributing Writer January 31, 2024
Actors Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell have been trending across all social media platforms due to their undeniable chemistry. Longing for a new face in the Rom-Com world, "Anyone But You" has drawn high anticipation from fans. Are Sweeney and Powell the iconic duo needed to revive the Rom-Com genre?
The Oscars will air in March. (Courtesy of Twitter)

2024 Oscar Nominations: Oppenheimer Dominates and History is Made

Samantha Tsao, Contributing Writer January 31, 2024
The nominations for the 2024 Oscars have been released. This year, nominations are filled with surprises highlighting the most iconic actors, writers, and productions of 2024.
Triet’s acclaimed new film is gripping, dramatic and tense. (Courtesy of Twitter)

“Anatomy of a Fall” is a Riveting Oscar Contender

Nora Leach, Contributing Writer January 31, 2024
French film, "Anatomy of a Fall," has made its impression as a "must-watch movie." This film is full of emotional twists and impressive acting. With a great cast and intriguing plot, it is no surprise that "Anatomy of a Fall" is one of the top contenders among this year's Oscar nominees.
Hold on to last years spring fashion. It may be needed for a second year. (Courtesy of Instagram)

2024 Trends: What Will Be In and What Will Be Out?

Julia Chorun, Contributing Writer January 31, 2024
Want to go into 2024 in style? Luckily, some of 2023's most beloved fashion trends are making their way into this year. While androgyny, minimalism, and simplicity are the new styles, some old classics, such as 90's fashion, are also making their revival. With these predictions, 2024 appears to be full of new iconic looks.
 New York Restaurant Week discounts gourmet food. (Courtesy of Allison Schneider for The Fordham Ram)

New York Restaurant Week Offers Endless Dining Discoveries

Allison Schneider, Managing Editor January 31, 2024
Follow Allison Schneider, FCRH '26, as she explores the many options New York City Restaurant Week has to offer. Multiple high-end restaurants across the city have come together to put forth their iconic dishes for customers to try at a set price. Schneider writes about her visit to the Brazilian restaurant Bar Goyana and gives a review of her experience.
Rising popstar Tate McRae pictured for the release of her album. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Tate McRae Cements Herself With New Pop Album

Maribelle Gordon, Contributing Writer January 31, 2024
Social media has a new "it girl," and her name is Tate McRae. After her hit single "Greedy" went viral on TikTok, McRae took the internet by storm, setting a new standard for modern pop music. The album "THINK LATER" introduces McRae's vibe, giving her a firm foundation in the music industry.
 Slocumb’s novel is seamless and brilliant, keeping readers on their toes. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Brendan Slocumb’s “Symphony of Secrets” Thrills and Excites

Maeve Hamill, Contributing Writer January 31, 2024
Looking for a book you can not put down? "Symphony of Secrets" by Brendan Slocumb is a perfectly paced thriller that keeps readers on their toes. Slocumb leaps through time weaving a tale of music, suspense, and complex characters.
Pivotal characters Regina George and Karen Shetty pictured in the 2024 remake of the film. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Mean Girls: Movie? Broadway show? Musical!

Alyssa Sawicki, Contributing Writer January 31, 2024
With a musical twist on a 2000's classic, this remake caused an outbreak of mixed opinions across social media. New casting, new singing, and new Gen-Z-based humor are just a few things that have this film turning heads. Is the new "Mean Girls" destined for success or the Burn Book?

Answer to GG’s Crossword Issue 2

Grace Galbreath, Assistant News Editor Emeritus January 31, 2024

Estelami pictured performing a gig.(Courtesy of Adithi Vimalanathan for The Fordham Ram)

Senior Rocks Out Final Year At Fordham

Adithi Vimalanathan, Assistant News Editor January 31, 2024
Adithi Vimalanathan, FCRH '26, writes about Nicole Estelami, FCRH '24, an invested musician and marketing student. Estelami is a prevalent part of the Fordham University bands and shares her journey in her music and career.

Answer to GG’s Crossword Issue 1

Grace Galbreath, Assistant News Editor Emeritus January 24, 2024

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