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Learning Philosophical Life Lessons From a Video Game

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey both provides escapes from our reality and lessons about it. (Courtesy of Harrison Shi/ The Fordham Ram)

Harrison Shi, Contributing Writer

April 15, 2020

I remember the day before I became the most powerful combat mercenary in Ancient Greece like it was yesterday.

How To Speak Your Love Language in Corona

While the Covid-19 pandemic has drastically changed daily life, we are still able to express and recieve love through the five love languages.  (Courtesy of Spencer Quinn/ The Fordham Ram)

Spencer Quinn, Contibuting Writer

April 15, 2020

Asking for what you need and checking up on your people matters. I’m encouraging my friends to let me know what they need, and I’m trying to advocate for myself as well.

Sophomore Does It All and More

Liam Leahy, FCRH '22, is a self-professed workaholic. (Courtesy of Liam Leahy for The Fordham Ram)

Erica Weidner, Copy Chief

April 15, 2020

As if this is all not enough, Leahy is looking to start his own club at Fordham.

“You and Your Friends” Will Love Peach Pit’s New Album

Peach Pit's new album,

April 15, 2020

Upon listening to Peach Pit’s new album on repeat during the last week and a half of quarantine, I am happy to say that “You and Your Friends” has definitely lived up to the hype that has surrounded it.

“A Clockwork Orange” Is an Artful Oddity

Noah Osborne, Staff Writer

April 15, 2020

“A Clockwork Orange” manages to be violently profane while remaining intellectually profound in its choice of storytelling.

“Animal Crossing” Broadens to New Horizons

Nintendo released their latest installment of

Taylor Mascetta, Contributing Writer

April 15, 2020

"New Horizons” gives us a temporary yet necessary distraction. It creates an innocent world intended for everyone, where your only worries involve evading pesky wasp nests and avoiding the angry mole Mr. Resetti.

Rod Wave’s “Pray 4 Love” Is the Perfect Quarantine Album

Rod Wave's new album is heartfelt. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Alexandra Lange, Staff Writer

April 15, 2020

So as we take time to reflect and heal ourselves during this time alone, “Pray 4 Love” is the perfect soundtrack to do so to.

PARTYNEXTDOOR Steps Out Of The Shadows on “PARTYMOBILE”

PARTYNEXTDOOR released his latest album

Sam Hadelman, Staff Writer

April 15, 2020

The album was far from bad, but at the same time was not reflexive of what PARTYNEXTDOOR fans know he is capable of, but at the least, it was a far jump from his previous work, “P3.”

The Grocery Store Takes On a New Meaning in the Age Of Corona

The grocery store can provide needed in person interaction. (Courtesy of Erica Weidner/ The Fordham Ram)

Erica Weidner, Copy Chief

April 15, 2020

As much as I love the food aspect of grocery shopping, my favorite part of every grocery run is talking to the cashier.

“Mad Max” Holds Up

The

Greg Mysogland, Staff Writer

April 15, 2020

It’s less refined than its successors, but “Mad Max” is still a very enjoyable film.

Read at the Bone: Jacqueline Woodson’s “Red At The Bone”

Pictured: the cover of

Mason Rowlee, Columnist

April 15, 2020

Overall, “Red at the Bone” is a beautiful and short novel.

New “Law and Order” Spinoff Raises Questions

A new thrilling series is anticipated. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Sara Tsugranis, Staff Writer

April 15, 2020

There are many questions that need to be answered storywise, but it will be interesting to see the flip side of Elliot’s exit, and if Meloni can hold his own as only Elliot the way Hargitay has as only Olivia.

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