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Billie Eilish and Ariana Greenblatt have fun at the Peoples Choice Awards. (Courtesy of Instagram)

The 2024 People’s Choice Awards Was One For The Books

Mary Hawthorn, Photo Editor March 6, 2024
This year's People's Choice Awards made history with new categories and tight competition. From success for the music industry to achievements for the champions of film and television, the 2024 People's Choice Awards covered all bases in the best of entertainment.
Fordham Instagram accounts offer a source of entertainment. (Courtesy of Mary Hawthorn for The Fordham Ram)

A Dive into Fordham’s Digital Footprint

Sarah Urbano, Digital Producer March 6, 2024
A place of camaraderie, creativity and fearless expression, Instagram is the central hub for highlighting all the highs and lows of Fordham University. From typical college student memes to pictures of Fordham's greatest door handles, accounts dedicated to the school have become the talk of Rose Hill.
​​Characters Emma and Dexter show the importance “one day” can hold. (Courtesy of Instagram)

How Netflix’s “One Day” Captures the Essence of the Human Experience

Stephania Lopez, Contributing Writer March 6, 2024
"One Day", a Netflix Original, has captured viewers in a whirlwind of drama and complexity redefining what it means to be a good love story. "One Day" is for those who wish to witness the beauty of friendship, love and human connection.
Colin Firth and others star in this electric film that is truly a blast for all ages, even 11-year-olds (Courtesy of Twitter)

“Kingsman: The Secret Service” is Just Really Fun

Griffin Stevenson, Assistant Sports Editor February 21, 2024
Action, adventure and spies: "Kingman: The Secret Service" seems to have it all. Although maybe not the best choice for a 5th grader, Griffin Stevenson, FRCH '26, recounts his first viewing of the film with nothing but joy.
Usher’s halftime show left football fans slightly disappointed. (Courtesy of Instagram)

Not A Halftime Show For The Books

Sarah Urbano, Digital Producer February 21, 2024
This year's Super Bowl halftime show left mixed reviews among fans. Though Usher and Alicia Keys made quite the duo, those who were hoping for a more iconic setlist or a guest star appearance of Justin Bieber were left slightly disappointed.
 Erickson shows off a stellar outfit even on a day without class. (Courtesy of Grace Campbell for The Fordham Ram)

Fordham Fashion: Rachel Erickson

Grace Campbell, Multimedia Director February 21, 2024
Co-president of Fordham’s Fashion for Philanthropy, Rachel Erickson, GSB '25, takes pride in her sense of style. Often inspired by looks of the '90s, Erickson shares what fashion means to her.
New York gathered across all boroughs to celebrate Lunar New Year. (Courtesy of Rachel Wanagosit for The Fordham Ram)

New York Celebrates The Year of the Dragon.

Rachel Wanagosit, Contributing Writer February 21, 2024
This Lunar New Year, celebrations have been held across New York City. This year is the year of the Dragon and festivities from downtown Brooklyn to right here at Fordham are taking place to celebrate this Asian tradition.
GGs Crossword Answers Issue 5

GG’s Crossword Answers Issue 5

Grace Galbreath, Assistant News Editor Emeritus February 21, 2024

Donna Tartt’s “The Secret History” is brilliantly alluring and readers are kept wanting more.(Courtesy of Instagram)

Donna Tartt’s World of the Intellectual Elite in The Secret History

Libby Frumento, Contributing Writer February 21, 2024
If you are looking for a mysterious, twisted tale for your next good read, then "The Secret History," by Donna Tartt, is for you. Following the college life of the narrator, Richard, readers are practically drawn into the story themselves as they explore the secret lives of prestigious intellectuals.
Zara Marsan began to embrace campus life through her love of music. (Courtesy of Zara Marsan for the Fordham Ram)

Sophomore Embraces Campus Through Music

Cailee Zeraat, Copy Chief February 21, 2024
Zara Marsan, FCRH '25, shares how her experience at Fordham has been crafted through her music and culture. Violinist for the Fordham University Symphony Orchestra, Marsan is known for her talent and her kind and outgoing character.
The Taste of Things highlights beautiful themes of French cuisine and romance. (Courtesy of Instagram)

The Taste of Things, A Culinary Delight

Chelsea DeLalla, Contributing Writer February 21, 2024
With romance, French cuisine and beautiful scenery, "The Taste of Things" is a film that leaves viewers with a deeper appreciation for the connection between love and food. The artistry of this film makes it a must-see experience.
 Study abroad can make students realize how much they love home once miles away. (Courtesy of Frances Schnepff for The Fordham Ram)

Country Roads, Take Me Home: Longing While in London

Frances Schnepff, Contributing Writer February 21, 2024
Though traveling abroad can be exciting, it is no secret that being far away for a long time can make you homesick. Fordham students often find themselves missing things from home they did not even realize they would miss, like the American country roads that the song "Take Me Home, Country Roads" sings about.
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