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Browns work is utterly challenging and thought-provoking.(Courtesy of Twitter)

Go to Oxbridge & Get a Job: Natasha Brown’s “Assembly”

Frances Schnepff, Multimedia Director Emeritus March 13, 2024
Timely, precise and meaningful, Natasha Brown's "Assembly" is a novel worth reading. Sharing the struggles of the complex future that Black people in Britain deal with as they enter a corporate setting, Brown's novel is truly one that leaves a lasting impression and keeps readers thinking.
This Bronx business recognizes the importance of literacy. (Courtesy of Instagram)

Sisterhood of the Travelling Bookstore

Ava Carreiro, Digital Producer Emeritus March 13, 2024
Bronx Bound Books is a one-of-a-kind bookstore on wheels that shares positivity, inspires learning and builds community. Renovated from a shuttle bus, this traveling bookstore reaches every corner of the Bronx to sell books to schools and other places in hopes of improving the literacy and education of the Bronx's youth.
GGs Crossword Answers Issue 7

GG’s Crossword Answers Issue 7

Grace Galbreath, Assistant News Editor Emeritus March 13, 2024

Christopher Nolan, along with the cast and crew of Oppenheimer, accept the Best Picture Oscar. (Courtesy of Instagram)

96th Oscars: “Oppenheimer” Asserts Its Dominance

Caleb Stine, Culture Editor March 13, 2024
After a season of dramatic award ceremonies (with questionable hosts), this year's Oscars was like a breath of fresh air. "Oppenheimer" made history with its success, while Ryan Gosling gave a stand-out performance in true "Barbie" style.
The restaurant features a specially painted mural from a local artist. (Courtesy of Instagram)

Ignite Your Cravings at Burning Beaks!

Onjali Gomez, Contributing Writer March 13, 2024
Arthur Ave. has just added a brand new addition to its array of restaurants beloved by Fordham Students. Standing out from the usual Italian cuisine, the new chicken restaurant Burning Beaks has already skyrocketed in popularity.
The play featured funky, 1970s inspired costumes. (Courtesy of Cristina Stefanizzi for The Fordham Ram)

Behind The Scenes Of “Disaster: the musical!”

Maeve Hamill, Contributing Writer March 13, 2024
Late February, Fordham's very own Mimes and Mummers hosted their first performance of the semester, "Disaster!" This humorous musical was a hit among Fordham students, and those involved shared their experience putting together this successful production.
McManus discuss “Brief Encounter”’s use of camerawork to highlight certain moments.(Courtesy of Instagram)

“Brief Encounter” is a simplistically beautiful film

Evan McManus, Editorial Director March 13, 2024
Evan McManus, FCRH '25, shares his love for director David Lean and a hidden gem among his films entitled "Brief Encounter." Though a small-scale film, there is nothing small about the emotion and story telling within this story.
Antonoff inspires and reflects in new Bleachers album. (Courtesy of Instagram)

Bleachers New Album Shows A New Blossoming

Nicole Braun, Opinion Editor Emeritus March 13, 2024
Have the Bleachers been revived with their new album? If you have been a day-one Bleachers fan, then this may be the album that reminds you of the reason why. Packed with nostalgia and emotion, this album is the return fans have been waiting for.
Tagliavia loves Fordham, and wants you to love it too. (Courtesy of Alexis Hurchall for The Fordham Ram)

Sophomore Shares Her Love for Fordham With Future Rams

Alexis Hurchalla, Social Media Director March 13, 2024
Bella Tagliavia, FCRH '26, embodies the true spirit of Fordham University. Deeply rooted in her love for the school and her Jesuit values, Tagliavia spends her time as a Fordham tour guide. Aside from her contributions to Fordham, Tagliavia also shares her journey in pursuing a potential career in education.
Look 36 worn by one of the models, Luiza Perote. (Courtesy of Annika Suderburg for The Fordham Ram)

NYFW Hosts Designer’s First Show

Annika Suderburg, Contributing Writer March 13, 2024
Designer Ludovic de Saint Sernin debuted his first show in New York Fashion Week, which is certainly to be the first of many. Showing off many beautiful pieces, Ludovic de Saint Sernin and collaborator Robert Mapplethorpe made fashion history.
The Mediterranean is gorgeous. (Courtesy of Grace Galbreath for The Fordham Ram)

An Aspiring Clooney

Grace Galbreath, Assistant News Editor Emeritus March 13, 2024
If you thought the journey to study abroad at Fordham's London Centre ended in London, Grace Galbreath, FCRH '25, is here to tell you that you are sorely mistaken. From France to Italy, to Spain, to Ireland, it seems like Glabreath has seen it all and has many stories to share.
Celebrate International Womens Day with flowers. (Courtesy of Mary Hawthorn for The Fordham Ram)

International Women’s Day: Celebrating the Women in Your Life

Camila Miranda, Contributing Writer March 13, 2024
It is March, which means it is Women's History Month. March 8th was International Women's Day, and all around the world, people celebrated the hardworking women in their lives.
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