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Gus Dapperton’s “Orca” Is a Bittersweet Wonder

Gus Dapperton just released his newest album

Ed Lucano, Contributing Writer

September 23, 2020

Although I am a fan of Dapperton’s entire discography, there is definitely something special here.

Exploring Social Media’s Dark Side With “The Social Dilemma”

Netflix's

Andrew Posadas, Managing Editor

September 23, 2020

Essentially, “The Social Dilemma” elaborates on a haunting revelation that until tech industries address the unethical and immoral use of social media, they will continue to play the puppeteers while we remain the unknowing puppets. 

Restaurant Review: Milk Bar

Milk Bar offers a tantalizing array of desserts. (Courtesy of Alexandra Lange for The Fordham Ram)

Alexandra Lange, Staff Writer

September 23, 2020

No matter where you’re currently spending your days, nothing is stopping you from enjoying the childlike bliss of Milk Bar’s impeccable desserts.

New York’s Newest Museum: The Makeup Museum

The Makeup Museum just opened after delays because of the pandemic. (Courtesy of Facebook )

Sara Tsugranis, Staff Writer

September 23, 2020

Expected to open in the spring, the Makeup Museum was intended to be an interactive exhibit which had to be completely restructured due to COVID-19 guidelines.

Saint Motel Lifts Spirits With Dynamic and Lively New EP

Saint Motel's new EP is lively and alluring. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Julian Shuttleworth, Contributing Writer

September 23, 2020

My heart warmed and a smile jumped onto my face on the evening of Sept. 18, as I opened a text from a friend that read “new Saint Motel album."

The New Music Corner Features Alicia Keys, Gus Dapperton, Among Others

The New Music Corner features Alicia Keys, Gus Dapperton, Steve Arrington and old favorite Lauryn Hill. (Rachel Gow/The Fordham Ram)

Jonah Rebert, Columinst

September 23, 2020

Welcome to the second issue of the New Music Corner, one of the Ram’s newest columns exploring the past weeks’ releases and revisiting some of my all-time favorites.

The Kardashians Shift Gears: The End of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians”

Ava Erickson, Contributing Writer

September 23, 2020

They have made an empire out of simply existing.

Salinger Holds a Mirror to Readers in His Famous “Catcher in the Rye”

J.D Salinger's

Riley Moore, Columnist

September 23, 2020

Salinger wrote not as if you were connected, but as if you were a part of wielding the pen, all without the lens of formality or politeness.

“Hidden Valley Road” Reveals the Psychological Dimensions of the American Family

Six of the Galvin's 12 children were diagnosed with schizophrenia. (Courtsey of Facebook)

Mason Rowlee, Columnist

September 23, 2020

While a work of nonfiction, Kolker has a gift for immersing the reader in the lives of the Galvin family so much that the book reads like a novel.

Madison Beer Opens About Her Mental Health Struggles

Madison Beer opens up about her mental health in a recent Instagram post. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Kay Timofeyev, Columnist

September 23, 2020

Beer expressed that her personal struggles were extremely private and told her followers to reach out to friends who may be struggling.

The New Music Corner Corner Explores Hot New Tunes

Jonah Rebert, Columnist

September 16, 2020

When looking for the ultimate genre-bending style in today’s hip-hop industry, look no further than Quakers.

How Fordham Can Maintain Environmental Stability During a Damaging Pandemic

There is potential for a greener future for Fordham's campus. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Taylor Mascetta, Contributing Writer

September 16, 2020

Unfortunately, Fordham’s dedication to maintaining campus environmentalism has wavered due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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