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Eating Healthy Contradicts with Convenience: How Fordham Students Maintain Diet

Eating Healthy Contradicts with Convenience: How Fordham Students Maintain Diet

March 13, 2019

A study from 2015 found that 70 percent of college students eat fast food at least once a day. Fordham students face the daily struggle to eat healthy or not to eat healthy.

Fordham Dance Marathon Breaks Donation Record

Fordham Dance Marathon Breaks Donation Record

March 13, 2019

Fordham Dance Marathon (FDM) raised a total of $121,364.88 for their sixth annual dance marathon.

List of Jesuits No Longer Available in Walsh Library

List of Jesuits No Longer Available in Walsh Library

March 13, 2019

By Erica Scalise After The Fordham Ram previously reported a collection of catalogs of Jesuits in residence at Murray-Weigel was available to the Fordham community in Walsh Library, the Northeast Province...

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Giving Voice Through the Editorial Process

Giving Voice Through the Editorial Process

March 13, 2019

We reiterate our welcome to those at The Pamphlet and appreciate their willingness to join the cause we unfailingly dedicate ourselves to week after week.

Spielberg’s Crusade Against Netflix

Spielberg’s Crusade Against Netflix

March 13, 2019

In a world where huge action epics and existing intellectual properties are dominating the industry, Netflix and its counterpoints have given a home to more mid-budget films.

Do Not Break the Debt Ceiling

Do Not Break the Debt Ceiling

March 13, 2019

Immense debt to foreign countries is a dangerous game.

Act Your Age, Read Your Age

Act Your Age, Read Your Age

March 13, 2019

Adults are reading, though, and that’s all fine and well –– but their choice in books are crippling the market for adult fiction.

Release Names or Close Murray-Weigel

Release Names or Close Murray-Weigel

March 13, 2019

Fordham University, Murray-Weigel Hall and the Northeast Province of Jesuits have proved through their actions over the past eight decades that they cannot be trusted to handle the current crisis.

Hollywood’s Stake in Spielberg v. Netflix

Hollywood’s Stake in Spielberg v. Netflix

March 13, 2019

As the price of movies increases many people find themselves staying in, putting on their favorite streaming service and enjoying their night without the trip to the cinema.

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A Cinema of Limitations: László Nemes Discusses His Latest Film

A Cinema of Limitations: László Nemes Discusses His Latest Film

March 18, 2019

“I didn’t do this film for Hungary. I didn’t do ‘Son of Saul’ for Hungary. I really did this film for human beings.”

Ivana’s is a Mixed Bag

Ivana’s is a Mixed Bag

March 13, 2019

The consistency of the crust was closer to undercooked bread than a good pizza crust.

Chernow’s Washington Bio is Fit for a President

Chernow’s Washington Bio is Fit for a President

March 13, 2019

Chernow manages to keep it interesting and engaging. It is, in my opinion, a masterpiece.

Lil Pump Humiliates Himself on “Harverd Dropout”

Lil Pump Humiliates Himself on “Harverd Dropout”

March 13, 2019

Pump is a caricature - literally a stick figure of a rapper.

Freshman Strings Her Way to a Stigma Free World

Freshman Strings Her Way to a Stigma Free World

March 13, 2019

“Their motto is ‘Stigma Free’ so they’re very much aligned with the philosophy I feel strongly about [which is] fostering a society and world that views mental health struggles as seriously as physical ones,” de Carbonnel said.

“Woman at War” Delves into Complexities of Climate Change

“Woman at War” Delves into Complexities of Climate Change

March 13, 2019

“Woman at War” delves into the complexities of this vital issue without diminishing its importance.

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University Addresses Clerical Abuse Allegations After Jesuit Northeast Province Releases List

University Addresses Clerical Abuse Allegations After Jesuit Northeast Province Releases List

January 16, 2019

The university and its board of trustees addressed the Fordham community after the Jesuit Northeast Province released its list of credible abuse allegations.

University Names Dennis C. Jacobs, Ph.D., As New Provost

University Names Dennis C. Jacobs, Ph.D., As New Provost

January 14, 2019

The university named Dennis C. Jacobs, Ph.D., of Santa Clara as its new provost. Jacobs will fill the position this July.

Poet, Playwright, Professional Tells Story

Poet, Playwright, Professional Tells Story

December 5, 2018

Maria Aponte discusses facing personal tragedy through art and what Fordham can do to curb racism.

Garden of Happiness Supports Community Through Hot Sauce Sales

Garden of Happiness Supports Community Through Hot Sauce Sales

December 5, 2018

Local garden focus on community along with commercial partnership.

College Students Face Difficulties in Voting Absentee

College Students Face Difficulties in Voting Absentee

November 28, 2018

Many out-of-state students at Fordham ran into problems while attempting to apply for and mail absentee ballots.

Democrats Narrowly Take House of Representatives

Democrats Narrowly Take House of Representatives

November 7, 2018

In this midterm election, Democrats took over the House of Representatives while Republicans maintained control of the Senate.

Giving Voice Through the Editorial Process

March 13, 2019

We reiterate our welcome to those at The Pamphlet and appreciate their willingness to join the cause we unfailingly dedicate ourselves to week after week.

Bias, Banter and the Bronx

March 6, 2019

The Ram asks all Fordham students to rethink their attitudes towards the local community.

Recondition Collins Hall

February 20, 2019

Fordham’s talented and dedicated performing groups bring Collins to life. Doing so should not have to feel like resuscitating a corpse.

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Fordham University's Journal of Record Since 1918
Fordham University's Journal of Record Since 1918