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COVID-19 Impacts Democratic Primary Process

COVID-19 Impacts Democratic Primary Process

April 1, 2020

As the coronavirus spreads, some states are postponing their primary elections.

Fordham Community Adjusts to Online Classes

Fordham Community Adjusts to Online Classes

April 1, 2020

Fordham University adjusts to the transition from face-to-face classes to entirely-online education.

USG Approves COVID-19 Concern Form

USG Approves COVID-19 Concern Form

April 1, 2020

USG discussed using a google form to help student voice their concerns during this transition period.

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Preserving the Magic of the Movies

Preserving the Magic of the Movies

April 1, 2020

The COVID-19 crisis could reasonably sound alarm bells regarding the state of movie theaters in the country.

Stimulus Bill is a Step in the Right Direction

Stimulus Bill is a Step in the Right Direction

April 1, 2020

America's economy survives on the labor of the nation's workers, small businesses and larger enterprises, not governmental handouts.

Online Classes: One More Obstacle to Overcome

Online Classes: One More Obstacle to Overcome

April 1, 2020

The world sometimes feels like its ending. A lot of us are lonely and scared. And we still have to go to class.

Problems in Testing Accessibility Heighten Panic

Problems in Testing Accessibility Heighten Panic

April 1, 2020

The lack of widespread availability of testing for the virus is compounding this sense of emergency.

Protecting Mental Health During a Public Health Crisis

Protecting Mental Health During a Public Health Crisis

April 1, 2020

Hopefully, the spotlight on mental health right now will demonstrate the need for increased availability of resources in the long term.

Collective Accountability is Necessary to Reduce Coronavirus Spread

Collective Accountability is Necessary to Reduce Coronavirus Spread

April 1, 2020

As Americans struggle to contain the spread of COVID-19, these circumstances call into question the sociocultural factors that have impacted our approach toward the virus so far.

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“Mobile Suit Gundam Movie Trilogy” Remains the Peak of Animated Sci-fi

“Mobile Suit Gundam Movie Trilogy” Remains the Peak of Animated Sci-fi

April 1, 2020

While some important moments are lost in the transition, the movies are much more watchable than the show. Goofier elements and more blatant animation mistakes are absent.

Bette Davis Shines in “Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?”

Bette Davis Shines in “Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?”

April 1, 2020

The film masterfully baits us into believing we know what happened. Yet we truly know nothing, and this revelation of ignorance provides the film’s climax.

Senior Gracefully Combines Diverse Majors

Senior Gracefully Combines Diverse Majors

April 1, 2020

Entertainment for the Quarantine: “Tiger King,” “Animal Crossing,” The Weeknd and More

Entertainment for the Quarantine: “Tiger King,” “Animal Crossing,” The Weeknd and More

April 1, 2020

However, many new forms of entertainment are being released every day to appease the masses while they stay in isolation.

Childish Gambino’s Final Album “3.15.20” Is a Time-Stopping Spectacle

Childish Gambino’s Final Album “3.15.20” Is a Time-Stopping Spectacle

April 1, 2020

Through the thought-provoking lyrics, strange transitions and hidden laughs, Donald Glover has left us with the ultimate gift to remember his musical alter ego.

The Joy of Bagel Sunday

The Joy of Bagel Sunday

April 1, 2020

Bagel Sunday is my saving grace because that is the day I venture out of my neighborhood and go to the grocery store.

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McShane Discusses McGinley Center Extension

McShane Discusses McGinley Center Extension

October 8, 2019

Fordham began a major reconstruction project on McGinley Center this summer. The project will renovate current spaces and build additions to the building.

Laura Auricchio, Ph.D., Discusses New Position as Dean of FCLC

Laura Auricchio, Ph.D., Discusses New Position as Dean of FCLC

September 24, 2019

Laura Auricchio, Ph.D., spoke to The Fordham Ram about her new position as dean of FCLC.

McShane Announces Administrative Updates

McShane Announces Administrative Updates

September 11, 2019

Fr. Joesph M. McShane S.J. announced in an e-mail that Marco Valera is the new vice president for administration. University secretary Margaret Ball and Vice President for Human Resources Kay Turner also received promotions.

Antonio Hair Studio Brings Style to Belmont Community

Antonio Hair Studio Brings Style to Belmont Community

December 4, 2019

Hair salons decorate streets, and each one must have a way to differentiate itself from others. Across from Modern Market on Arthur Avenue lies Antonio...

Bronx Kreate Hub Provides Affordable Studio Space for Local Artists

Bronx Kreate Hub Provides Affordable Studio Space for Local Artists

November 20, 2019

Bronx Kreate Hub opened on Nov. 1 first after two years of preparation. The building provides affordable studio space for local artists.

“Joker” Steps Attract Tourists to the Bronx

“Joker” Steps Attract Tourists to the Bronx

November 6, 2019

The steps featured in "Joker" are attracting a lot of tourists to the Bronx neighborhood they are located in. Some encourage the tourism while others condemn it.

Protecting Mental Health During a Public Health Crisis

April 1, 2020

Hopefully, the spotlight on mental health right now will demonstrate the need for increased availability of resources in the long term.

College Students Must Do Their Part to Flatten the Curve

March 25, 2020

Even if you may not be in serious danger if you contract the virus, ignoring the precautions puts vulnerable populations at risk.

A Necessary Caution With an Abrupt Goodbye

March 13, 2020

We understand and support the university for making the best decision for the health and safety of the Fordham community. That being said, missing the rest of the spring semester brings a feeling of loss for many students.

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