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The #Walkaway Movement Won’t Gain Much Ground

The #Walkaway Movement Won’t Gain Much Ground

November 7, 2018

By Ned Sheehan In recent weeks, Republican circles in particular have been buzzing with discussion of a new movement that they say could transform politics. This is called the #WalkAway movement,...

Thank Youth For Voting

November 7, 2018

Tuesday’s midterm elections resulted in a split Congress, an undesirable result for both sides. Despite the Democrats taking back the House of Representatives, Republicans maintained control of the...

Trump’s Border Security Plan Has Precedent

Trump’s Border Security Plan Has Precedent

November 7, 2018

By Timothy Kyle Over 1,000 troops were deployed to the border. There were 60,000 pounds of marijuana seized and almost 20,000 illegal immigrants apprehended. Are these statistics from Trump’s deployment...

Political Violence and How to Avoid It

Political Violence and How to Avoid It

November 7, 2018

By Collin Bonnell The urge to resort to violence is innate in politics. Humanity’s tendency to vilify, demonize, contain and ultimately bring harm to our “enemies”—however we define this term—is...

Famed to Fired: On Megyn Kelly’s Defense of Blackface

Famed to Fired: On Megyn Kelly’s Defense of Blackface

November 7, 2018

By Arianna Chen Megyn Kelly, notable for her meme-worthy outrage about how “Jesus was a white man… as is Santa” and other conservative remarks, was fired by NBC from her now-canceled show...

Thank You, Fordham Ram

Thank You, Fordham Ram

October 31, 2018

By Christopher Canadeo If someone were to ask me the single most impactful decision I have made at college, my answer would be the one to join The Fordham Ram years ago. Not only has this decision...

Acknowledge and Confront Anti-Semitism

October 31, 2018

Anti-Semitism has no place in this country nor on our campus. That being said, it is here: on the internet, in the platforms of candidates for local and national office, in the mouths of pundits on Fox...

Fordham’s Dorming Restrictions are Heterodormative

Fordham’s Dorming Restrictions are Heterodormative

October 31, 2018

By Rachel Gow Picture this; it’s a Wednesday night, and you get a text from your boyfriend that he wants to come visit this weekend. He goes to school about four hours away and, to make the trip...

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