March for Science protests Trump’s recently proposed budget cuts and political appointments to scientific organizations such as the EPA
Student Researcher Analyzes Twitter’s Impact on the 2016 election
Joe Moresky, FCRH ’17, researched presidnet Trump’s Twitter presence during the 2016 election.
Council Member Torres Speaks to Fordham Democrats
Council member Richie Torres discussed school segregation, Bronx gentrification and his experience in New York City legislation.
Reardon and Kedik Win USG Election
Brian Reardon, FCRH ’18, and Abigail Kedik, FCRH ’17, defeated Adam Hamilton, FCRH ’17, and Eric Chacon, FCRH ’17 in the election for USG president and vice president.
Fordham’s Gluten-Free Offerings
While Fordham has gluten-free offerings for students who wish to avoid gluten, certain students feel the options available are not satisfactory for a healthy diet.
Fordham Demographics Change with the Bronx Community
Fordham grew from a small commuter school to a largely residential college over the past 50 years, with many demographics changing as well.
On-the-Record with McShane
By Erin Shanahan and Theresa Schliep Rev. Joseph M. McShane, S.J., president of the university, sat down with The Fordham Ram to discuss the dodransbicentennial, deferred action for childhood arrivals, free speech and other topics and issues of recent interest. This article has been edited for length and clarity. The Fordham Ram: What was the…
“Girls” Gives Anticlimactic Goodbye
The “Girls” finale was a disjointed yet fitting conclusion to the series.
MTV Returns to Its Roots
Under new leadership, MTV is making strides to return to programming that once brought it popularity.
DAMN. Worth the Wait
Kendrick Lamar’s fourth LP, DAMN., is traditional but brilliant.