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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


Filed under Culture, Film and Television

“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


Filed under Culture, Slice Shop

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


Filed under Culture, Editor's Pick

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


Filed under Culture, Music

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


Filed under Culture, Who's That Kid

“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


Filed under Culture

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

The Drawbacks of Dating Applications

The Drawbacks of Dating Applications

March 13, 2019


Filed under Culture, Mental Health Column

Dating has turned into something of a slot machine: we are on a constant quest for the elusive win in exchange for our own self-esteem.

Weezer’s “Black Album” May Be The Riskiest Yet

Weezer’s “Black Album” May Be The Riskiest Yet

March 13, 2019


Filed under Culture, Music

Weezer, the rock group whose droning guitar riffs and unique lyrical style carved out a distinctive niche in the ‘90s alternative scene, is back with another album.

Fordham’s Thriving YouTuber Community: Interviewing Three Rose Hill Vloggers

Fordham’s Thriving YouTuber Community: Interviewing Three Rose Hill Vloggers

March 13, 2019


Filed under Culture

Describing her YouTube channel, Danielle Tourloukis, GSB ‘22, says, “Honestly, I think mine is just super extra.”

RHA President Leads With a Greeting

RHA President Leads With a Greeting

March 6, 2019


Filed under Culture, Who's That Kid

By Aislinn Keely If you see Robert Ylagan, FCRH ’19, around campus, he will likely give you more than smile. He will stop, take a moment to say hello and ask how your day is going before he continues about his own. Ylagan said he thrives on this kind of personal connection, and it has marked hi...

A Spotlight on Collegiate Mental Health Initiatives

A Spotlight on Collegiate Mental Health Initiatives

March 6, 2019


Filed under Culture, Mental Health Column

Over the past decade, there has been a monumental shift in the ways colleges and universities deal with mental health issues on campus.

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