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“Sonic the Hedgehog” Is a Strange Take

“Sonic the Hedgehog” features the beloved cartoon sonic and tries to explore mature topics such as war and terrorism. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Matt Dillon, Staff Writer

February 19, 2020

“Sonic the Hedgehog” is not good, by any means. But it’s not “Cats” either.

The Guide to Fordham Slang

Contributing Writer Taylor Mascetta, FCRH ‘23, outlines some of Fordham University’s most ubiquitous slang. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Taylor Mascetta, Contributing Writer

February 19, 2020

Fordham University deserves its own edition of “Urban Dictionary.”

Justin Bieber Celebrates Life On “Changes”

Justin Bieber’s new album “Changes” which dropped on Valentine’s Day expresses the artist’s love for his wife. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Sam Hadelman, Staff Writer

February 19, 2020

Justin Bieber had nothing to prove on “Changes,” yet the statement that bleeds through is that he is happy in life and nothing will disrupt that.

No Relation Vintage Has All The Essentials

No Relation Vintage, a part of the L Train Vintage Thrift Store, is located in the East Village. (Courtesy of Katie Schulte/ The Fordham Ram)

Katie Schulte, Columnist

February 19, 2020

The store is no-nonsense at its core. Its décor is the clothing itself.

Kiley Reid’s “Such a Fun Age”

Pictured: Kiley Reid’s “Such a Fun Age.” (Courtesy of Facebook)

Mason Rowlee, Columnist

February 19, 2020

This familiarity makes Reid’s writing so poignant.

Pace of Play: the New Face of the Game

Business Director James Rosato writes about how baseball is changing. (Courtesy of Facebook)

James Rosato, Business Director

February 19, 2020

The perpetual changes of fans’ preferences and players’ requests have brought us to where we are today.

Green Day’s “Father of All…” Fumbles

Green Day’s latest album “Father of All...” which was released on Feb. 7 takes a variety of midly successful risks. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Noah Osborne, Staff Writer

February 12, 2020

My first impression was that Green Day got lazy with the album, and it shows with the quality of their songs.

“The Lodge” Gets Left Out In The Cold

“The Lodge” stars Riley Keough as Gracie, the survivor of a Christian cult who begins to experince strange events. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Matt Dillon, Staff Writer

February 12, 2020

One of the surprising turnarounds of the last decade was the horror genre’s redemption. Films like “Get Out” and “It Follows” went a long way in rehabilitating the genre for general audiences. While it’s nice to see that horror is again engaging complex social and political issues, it’s...

Looking Up: Stars and Solitude in New Mexico

Collin Bonnell, a former Ram Opinion editor, spent the last summer in New Mexico, staring at stars and traveling. (Courtesy of Collin Bonnell for the Fordham Ram)

Collin Bonnell, Opinion Editor Emeritus

February 12, 2020

My routine this summer was simple. I’d wake up around 7 a.m. and make the long walk from my canvas tent in the orchard up to the ranch house. It was cold at 9,000 feet, but I usually avoided wearing layers since the New Mexican sun would make it sweltering well before noon. The route went through a...

“Miss Americana” Gives a Look Into Taylor Swift’s Fame

Taylor Swift’s documentary “Miss Americana” gives insights about her fame. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Ava Lichter, Contributing Writer

February 12, 2020

Taylor Swift is a polarizing giant in pop culture.

Realism, Surrealism and Community Converge at BronxArtSpace

BronxArtSpace integrates reality and imagination in their latest exhibit. (Courtesy of Sara Tsugranis/ The Fordham Ram)

Sara Tsugranis, Staff Writer

February 12, 2020

BronxArtSpace is an upscale art gallery that is a part of the community surrounding it, aiming to serve and uphold it.

Louis Tomlinson Hits a Wall on “Walls”

Louis Tomlinson’s first album outside 1D fails to captivate listeners. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Grace Robinson

February 12, 2020

Yet, Louis Tomlinson, the fifth member of the band, fell silent.

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