Melanie Sheehan, FCRH ’17, researched the differences in anti-communist ideology between Kennedy and Nixon for her honors thesis.
Melania’s Stay is Taxing to New Yorkers
It is about time for Melania to accept that she is now a public servant.
Thank You, New York
It also brought about the realization that “New York is my campus” is more than just a trite line in a brochure.
The Intolerant Left
Now, perhaps more than ever, conservatives ought to take this most prescient advice and use the advantage accorded to them by the changing political climate to effect real, substantive change.
Sex Offenders: Not All Deserve Social Media Ban
The safety and privacy of minors online is not a matter that should be taken lightly, but neither is revoking an individual’s social media privilege.
WWE Smackdown v. Raw: A Timeless Throwdown
By Christopher Canadeo I know what you’re thinking. What is this? 2008? Well, hear me out. This past Monday I went to WWE Smackdown v. Raw and it was one of the most electric shows I have been to in a long time. Walking into the newly renovated Coliseum (which was clean, but not very impressive),…
Keep Fordham Faculty In Focus
The university should support its entire faculty and staff over all else in order to provide its students with the best education possible.
NCAA Madness: Tired of the Same Old Schtick
The fact that March Madness is structured for upsets only attests to the magic that an underdog can create in the college basketball world.
Tales of a Weary Senior
I am not pessimistic about what Fordham’s future has in store, but it will take the efforts of many of us to impart this sentiment to the administration. Things have to get worse before they get better.
WFUV To Lose Government Funding If CPB Is Cut
President Trump’s proposed budget plans to eliminate COB, affecting WFUV, an NPR affiliate.