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Michael Sluck

Michael Sluck, Production Editor

Michael Sluck is a junior from New Jersey majoring in political science and computer science. He has been copy editing for The Fordham Ram for the entirety of his college career, and looks forward to continuing to serve as Production Editor during Volume 105. At the Ram, you can find him deleting Oxford commas, posing philosophical questions or participating in the intramural volleyball team. 

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The chaotic schedule of Midterms adds unnecessary stress to students.
(Courtesy of Pixabay)

It’s Time to Reimagine Midterm Season

Michael Sluck, Production Editor
February 22, 2023
Courtesy of Nikoleta Papavasilakis for The Fordham Ram.

Lose Yourself in a Library

Michael Sluck, Production Editor
October 5, 2022
Hulu’s “Only Murders” new season fails to capture the magic of the first. (Courtesy of Instagram)

“Only Murders” Season Two Falls Short

Michael Sluck, Production Editor
September 21, 2022
Valentine’s Day is redundant; couples already celebrate on other days. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Why Wait to Celebrate Love?

Michael Sluck, Production Editor
February 16, 2022
Nicolosi created Raccoon Delivery, a Fordham-specific food delivery service, with his friends in Fall 2021 (Courtesy of Nicoleta Papavasilakis/The Fordham Ram).

Sophomore is Hungry for Innovation

Michael Sluck, Production Editor
February 9, 2022
Sesame Street has been an American classic for nearly fifty years, stressing the importance of education, empathy and kindness. Ted Cruz should watch it sometime. Maybe he would learn something. (Courtesy of Yahoo)

Ted Cruz in Dire Need of Sesame Street

Michael Sluck, Contributing Writer
November 17, 2021
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