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From choreography to intricate costumes, the Jetés have put on a passionate Nutcracker performance. (Courtesy of Juliette Rowe/The Fordham Ram)

Fordham Jetés Put on a Stunning Performance of the Nutcracker

Regina Miller, Contributing Writer November 30, 2022
Complete with intricate costumes and beautiful choreography, Fordham Jetés put on a stunning performance of "The Nutcracker."
Our Story sought to foster hope and give students in the Fordham community a safe space to share their stories. (Courtesy of Instagram)

Our Story Provides a Safe Space for Students to Share

Kari White, Culture Editor November 30, 2022
Sentiments of gratitude, hope, and pride make up the most magical aspects of Our Story.
Women characters are too frequently likened to violent, male characters, due to their daring to be unlikeable. (Courtesy of Instagram)

Every Woman Shouldn’t Have To Be An Anti-Hero

Nicole Braun, Opinion Editor November 30, 2022
Nicole Braun explores the tendency for unlikeable, female protagonists to be described in similar ways to violent, male anti-heroes despite not sharing similarities with them.
The Crown returns in the center of the royaltys most nebulous period, where royal divorces begin an era of blooming modernity. (Courtesy of Instagram)

Netflix’s “The Crown” Stirs Criticisms With Fifth Season

Eleni Bonikos, Contributing Writer November 30, 2022
Peter Morgan's "The Crown" continues to follow the evolution of the British monarchy into the 1990s, when the ancient institution began to grapple with the modern world.
Fordham Orchestra’s Fall Concert showcased student musical talents. (Courtesy of Zoe Karoub/The Fordham Ram)

Rose Hill Symphony Orchestra Shines in Fall Concert

Zoe Karoub, Contributing Writer November 30, 2022
Just before Thanksgiving Break, the Rose Hill Symphony Orchestra put on their fall concert to showcase the musical talents of Fordham students.
“Enola Holmes 2” was a fun and captivating sequel with strong leads. (Courtesy of Instagram)

“Enola Holmes 2” is an Exciting and Youthful Mystery

Amelia Silvestro, Contributing Writer November 30, 2022
"Enola Holmes 2" is a solid sequel that continues the fun, lighthearted and exciting tone from the first film.
Fordhams ACE hosted a banquet, where students could mingle and enjoy delicious food. (Courtesy of Kiki Chen for The Fordham Ram)

Fordham University’s ACE Presents: “Dynasty”

Alexander Hom, Contributing Writer November 30, 2022
The Asian Cultural Exchange (ACE) club at Fordham invited Fordham students to indulge and food and community.
Emma Lipkind reconnected with herself on her solo-trip in Bruges. (Courtesy of Instagram)

A Final Hurrah in Belgium as the Semester Abroad Ends

Emma Lipkind, Columnist November 30, 2022
Emma Lipkind reconnected with herself by traveling to Bruges, Belgium all by herself, braving the unknown as a solo traveler at the tail end of her semester abroad. (Courtesy of Instagram)
Elaine May’s work as a director falls under the radar of many film conoisseurs, but her work deserves praise. (Courtesy of Instagram)

In Praise of an Underrated Director, Elaine May

Landis Hall, Columnist November 30, 2022
Elaine May directed four movies throughout her career, all of which failed to receive critical claim. Landis Hall believes this is naive, and fails to acknowledge her true contributions to the art form of film.
Braun posts pictures documenting flossers found all around Rose Hill. (Courtesy of Instagram)

New Instagram Account Finds Flossers at Fordham

Kari White, Culture Editor November 30, 2022
Nicole Braun founded the Instagram account, "flossed.n.found," to document the phenomena of discarded, littered flossers that she finds all over the ground.
Jamison Rodgers learned the value of slowing down while abroad. (Courtesy of Jamison Rodgers for The Fordham Ram)

Learning to Dwell in the Present While Abroad

Jamison Rodgers, Columnist November 30, 2022
Jamison Rodgers realized the importance of slowing down, taking time to dwell in the moment and not stress about the future.
Gerbasi offers student discounts and a rotating specials menu. (Courtesy of Instagram)

Branch Out with These Underrated Italian Spots in the Bronx

Hannah Devlin and Michael Sluck November 30, 2022
When choosing a spot to eat in Bronx Little Italy, skip the popular choices and go for these underrated gems.
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