The Fordham Ram

From Medium to Vogue: A Teary Goodbye

May 1, 2019


Filed under Culture, Fashion

By Isiah Magsino It was the fall semester of my junior year when I found myself sitting across from Professor Beth Knobel PhD in her expansive office tucked in Faculty Memorial Hall. At the time, Dr. Knobel held the esteemed title of Chair of the Communications Department and I, having no idea what I w...

Keeping the Mental Health Dialogue Going

Keeping the Mental Health Dialogue Going

May 1, 2019


Filed under Culture, Mental Health Column

Seeing how many people are affected by mental health issues further proves this need.

“The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” Thrives in Dysfunction

“The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” Thrives in Dysfunction

May 1, 2019


Filed under Culture

Overall, the film does a remarkable job at exploring the novel’s themes about trying to live up to flawed ideals through absurd personas.

Sophomore Finds Her Purpose Through WFUV

Sophomore Finds Her Purpose Through WFUV

May 1, 2019


Filed under Culture, Who's That Kid

As her time at Fordham is nearing the halfway mark, she looks forward and contemplates what her Ram legacy will be.

Students Embrace the Mosh at Spring Weekend Concert

Students Embrace the Mosh at Spring Weekend Concert

May 1, 2019


Filed under Culture

The students that had the most fun, however, were those that embraced the mosh pits. Instead of complaining about getting pushed, they pushed back.

iPhones Work Hard But Photographers Work Harder

iPhones Work Hard But Photographers Work Harder

May 1, 2019


Filed under Culture, Editor's Pick

Does the ease of being able to make hundreds of photographs today with such thoughtless effort cause the meaning and substance of photographs to be lost?

The Final Slice: An Ode to Hometown Pizza

The Final Slice: An Ode to Hometown Pizza

May 1, 2019


Filed under Culture, Food, Slice Shop

I think we all have a hometown restaurant, cafe, coffee shop, bar or slice shop that holds a special place in our hearts.

Student Comedians Garner Laughs at Spring Weekend

Student Comedians Garner Laughs at Spring Weekend

May 1, 2019


Filed under Culture

SNL comedians poked subtle fun at Fordham and its students for our religious affiliation, wondering how inappropriate they were allowed to be or how godly a service called the Ram Van could be.

South Africa, Where the Sun Sets on an Empty Prison

South Africa, Where the Sun Sets on an Empty Prison

May 1, 2019


Filed under Culture

I cannot help but think that America has a lesson to learn from South Africa, where the sun sets on an empty prison.

Actors Help Avengers End Game to Shine

Actors Help Avengers End Game to Shine

May 1, 2019


Filed under Culture, Film and Television

Showcasing this cast before several of its members leave the MCU at the film’s conclusion is obviously one of the main goals of “Endgame,” and arguably its biggest success.

Freshman Helps Club Soccer Find Success

Freshman Helps Club Soccer Find Success

April 24, 2019


Filed under Culture, Who's That Kid

Owen Thorsteinsson, FCRH ‘22, is a young standout on the club soccer team.

Catania’s: Serving Superb Slices Since 1949

Catania’s: Serving Superb Slices Since 1949

April 24, 2019


Filed under Culture, Slice Shop

Catania’s has a decent selection of classic Italian slice shop foods and a great selection of calzones available.

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