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22Gz Shows the Depths of Brooklyn’s Talent on “Growth & Development”

22Gz dropped his latest album

Sam Hadelman, Staff Writer

April 15, 2020

22Gz is one of the most talented artists in Brooklyn’s ecology, and it has taken him some time to beat the odds that have held back his success, but those seem minuscule compared to the victories on “Growth & Development.”

The Small Things Matter Most in The Motonomy of Quarantine

It can be hard to accept that much of the Covid-19 pandemic is out of our control. (Courtesy of Sarah Lobdell/ The Fordham Ram)

Sarah Lobdell, Contributing Writer

April 15, 2020

Although I am anxious to get out of this situation, it is fascinating to know I am living through this historic time. I think it is safe to say I will never complain about having too much to do again.

“Tiger King” Thrills to a Fault

Ava Erikson, Staff Writer

April 15, 2020

"Tiger King” has taken the story and told it their way, leaving little room for other filmmakers or journalists to bring to light the abuse of animals that is going on in these zoos.

“Mobile Suit Gundam Movie Trilogy” Remains the Peak of Animated Sci-fi

“Mobile Suit Gundam Movie Trilogy” adapts the popular Japanese television show into films. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Matthew Dillon, Staff Writer

April 1, 2020

While some important moments are lost in the transition, the movies are much more watchable than the show. Goofier elements and more blatant animation mistakes are absent.

Bette Davis Shines in “Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?”

Bette Davis, a prominent 60s actress, stars in

Noah Osborne, Staff Writer

April 1, 2020

The film masterfully baits us into believing we know what happened. Yet we truly know nothing, and this revelation of ignorance provides the film’s climax.

Senior Gracefully Combines Diverse Majors

Keith Bodmer, FCRH ’20, has a double major in film and computer science. (Courtesy of Keith Bodmer)

Alex Wolz, Assistant Sports Editor

April 1, 2020

What do you get when you cross a film and computer, science major? Keith Bodmer, FCRH ’20. That may not sound like a typical mix, but it has been the perfect combination for Bodmer — a way to pursue his greatest passions and envision a career that is already years in the making. But that stor...

Entertainment for the Quarantine: “Tiger King,” “Animal Crossing,” The Weeknd and More

Here is a summary of new things to keep you entertained during the quarantine. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Taylor Mascetta, Contributing Writer

April 1, 2020

However, many new forms of entertainment are being released every day to appease the masses while they stay in isolation.

Childish Gambino’s Final Album “3.15.20” Is a Time-Stopping Spectacle

Pictured: Donald Glover, also known as Childish Gambino. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Grace Robinson, Contributing Writer

April 1, 2020

Through the thought-provoking lyrics, strange transitions and hidden laughs, Donald Glover has left us with the ultimate gift to remember his musical alter ego.

The Joy of Bagel Sunday

With the monotony of the quarantine, an activity as simple as getting bagels can prove to be exciting. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Izzy Celio, Contributing Writer

April 1, 2020

Bagel Sunday is my saving grace because that is the day I venture out of my neighborhood and go to the grocery store.

Eighth Grade Ballet Dancer Switches Things Up

The quarantine has forced people to change essential aspects of their lives. (Courtesy of Caroline Bodan)

Tereza Shkurtaj, Contributing Writer

April 1, 2020

Bodan started dancing at the early age of two.

Escapist Literature Can Help the Struggling Social Distancer

Vanessa DeJesus, Production Editor

April 1, 2020

So put on some tea, and curl up in a comfy spot and let these stories take you to a far away place that may seem a little father today than they did just weeks ago.

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