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The Fordham Ram Speaks with Electronic Folk Powerhouse, Westerman

The Fordham Ram Speaks with Electronic Folk Powerhouse, Westerman

December 19, 2018

By Olivia Nangle On a Tuesday night you would normally find me doing some last minute cramming, but when Westerman announced his first New York show, I knew the academic grind could wait. The Zo...

Quavo’s solo QUAVO HUNCHO is a no-go

Quavo’s solo QUAVO HUNCHO is a no-go

October 24, 2018

By Kieran Press-Reynolds If Nickelodeon made a Drake & Josh spinoff that featured just Drake, would it still be as good? Probably not. Drake & Josh was so fun precisely because of the how the...

Brockhampton is Bold and iridecence is Gold

Brockhampton is Bold and iridecence is Gold

October 3, 2018

By Kieran Press-Reynolds Who is Brockhampton? In the hip-hop sphere, it was near-impossible to escape the group last year. The rap group rose to eminence by releasing three fantastic albums (the SATU...

Rapper Noname Comes of Age on Room 25

Rapper Noname Comes of Age on Room 25

October 3, 2018

By Elise Soutar When reflecting on a period of growth or change in your life, especially if the period is painful or awkward, you tend to have an extremely specific mental scrapbook that includes wh...

Goulding Continues to Enchant

Goulding Continues to Enchant

November 17, 2015

By Katherine Mobilia After listening to Ellie Goulding’s most recent album, Delirium, released Nov. 13, I could not get some of the songs out of my head. With chart-topping hit singles like “Lights” and ...

The Compelling Tale of Women’s Rights in America

The Compelling Tale of Women’s Rights in America

November 11, 2015

 By Sophie Ladanyi Carey Mulligan’s new movie, Suffragette, does not disappoint. The film, directed by Sarah Gavron and costarring Helena Bonham Carter and Meryl Streep, tells the story of the Br...

The Downfall of James Bond?

The Downfall of James Bond?

November 3, 2015

By Elizabeth Smislova Though he is a British secret agent, one of the most defining American film figures is James Bond. His character exudes manly swagger, womanizing allure and the epitome of class. He likes his martini...

Sparks’ Romantic Thriller Signifies a Change for Him

Sparks’ Romantic Thriller Signifies a Change for Him

November 3, 2015

By Nicole Horton Nicholas Sparks’ latest novel “See Me” tells the story of a couple (no surprise there, right?) trying to overcome their differing backgrounds and life choices. Colin Hancock is trying to start over after ...

Anthony Jeselnik Epitomizes Dark Comedy

Anthony Jeselnik Epitomizes Dark Comedy

October 27, 2015

By Nicole Horton The title of Anthony Jeselnik’s Netflix comedy special “Thoughts and Prayers” was inspired by the joke he tweeted soon after the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013. He tweeted, “There...

Music Festival Boasts Impressive Lineup and Social Awareness

Music Festival Boasts Impressive Lineup and Social Awareness

September 29, 2015

By Meghan Campbell The 2015 Global Citizen Festival was held this past Saturday, Sept. 26, on the Great Lawn of Central Park. The event was part of the Global Poverty Project, which is fighting to end extreme...

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