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Give CAB Credit For Spring Weekend

Give CAB Credit For Spring Weekend

May 3, 2017

By Sarah Bernstein At Fordham, we take our Spring Weekend very seriously— and who can blame us? It’s undoubtedly the biggest student-oriented event of the year, and it is an opportunity for everyone to t...

To Be Or Not To Be: Suicide In Media

To Be Or Not To Be: Suicide In Media

May 3, 2017

By Andrea Garcia Within the past two weeks, media has been shaken by two suicides, namely those of Aaron Hernandez and Hannah Baker. These two individuals, although one is fictional and one is real, share...

Deconstructing Female Bonds On TV

Deconstructing Female Bonds On TV

May 3, 2017

By Erin Cabrey Female friendships are intricate and complex. They are not easily put in a box and tied up with a sweet and quirky bow. Yet, television largely continues to portray them as such. Te...

Social Media Influencers

Social Media Influencers

May 3, 2017

By Kathryn Wolper Last weekend’s hyped and now mocked Fyre Festival in the Bahamas exposed the ways in which the music festival craze and the power of online influencers can go wrong when logistics fail...

Speaker Ice-T Lays Down the Law

Speaker Ice-T Lays Down the Law

May 3, 2017

By Aislinn Keely Tracey Lauren Marrow, better known by his stage name Ice-T, took the stage as Fordham’s Spring Weekend speaker on Thursday, April 27 to deliver a lecture he called, “Overcoming the Im...

Gabelli Senior Makes His Finance Degree Count

Gabelli Senior Makes His Finance Degree Count

May 3, 2017

By Elizabeth Smislova A wide-eyed freshman walked into Mugz’s bar his first night of orientation. He looked around excitedly, thinking how cool it was that he was in a real college bar—his college bar. The ...

Jost’s Jokes Impress

Jost’s Jokes Impress

May 3, 2017

By Alexandra Mandalakis To close out Fordham’s Spring Weekend, “Saturday Night Live” comedian Colin Jost performed at the Leonard Prep Theatre this Sunday. The theatre was filled to the brim with about 1,000 students:...

Student Films in the Spotlight at Campus MovieFest

Student Films in the Spotlight at Campus MovieFest

May 3, 2017

By Ryan Di Corpo Last Wednesday, freshly-minted filmmakers and seasoned veterans of the annual Campus MovieFest, a national short-film competition for college students, arrived in style at Keating Hall to walk the makeshift re...

Blonde Otter EP Awes

Blonde Otter EP Awes

May 3, 2017

By Meredith Nardino Blonde Otter, comprised of Fordham students Michael Guariglia, FCRH ’16, Dan Wines, FCRH ’17, Brendan Glynn, FCRH ’17, Robert Falcone, FCRH ’17 and Matthew Falcone, FCRH ’1...

Zero Otto Nove: Italian Escape in the Bronx

Zero Otto Nove: Italian Escape in the Bronx

May 3, 2017

By Emma Fingleton Arthur Avenue is chockablock with pastry shops selling rainbow cookies and cannolis and Italian restaurants dishing up spaghetti and chicken parm, but for a culinary experience that leans...

Tofani’s Bold Reporting Originated at The Ram

Tofani’s Bold Reporting Originated at The Ram

May 3, 2017

By Katie Quinlisk Follow columnist Katie Quinlisk as she sheds light on Fordham’s female history, one woman’s experience at a time. On Nov. 3, 1972, The Fordham Ram ran an investigative piece by FCRH ’75...

Back at Merryland Buffet

Back at Merryland Buffet

May 3, 2017

By Patrick Hood and Caitlyn Letterii Join Caitlyn Letterii, resident vegetarian and self-proclaimed picky eater, and Patrick Hood, a man who will try anything at least twice, as they explore and critique the cheap eats avai...

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