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The Perils of Polarization

The Perils of Polarization

May 1, 2019

With an organized start to fixing the polarization that occurs in our society, I believe it will inspire private conversations of the same depth.

Biden Banking on the Blue Wall

Biden Banking on the Blue Wall

May 1, 2019

If he wants to have a chance of beating Trump in 2020, Biden must stick close to his pro-worker, blue-collar bonafides.

Notre Dame Effort is Not the Only Worthy Cause

Notre Dame Effort is Not the Only Worthy Cause

May 1, 2019

There are numerous causes that could benefit from donations, especially over a billion dollars worth of donations, that are constantly ignored.

For The Benefit and Enjoyment of People

For The Benefit and Enjoyment of People

May 1, 2019

We ought to understand that green spaces such as these are as necessary for well being of the public as access to food or water. They ought to be protected by the government—and made accessible to all Americans.

Spring Weekend’s Success, Regardless of its Celebrity

Spring Weekend’s Success, Regardless of its Celebrity

May 1, 2019

To safeguard against similar situations in the future, CAB and OSI must maintain a stronger vetting process for potential performers.

It Memes A Lot to Me

It Memes A Lot to Me

April 24, 2019

By Katie Morris Today, memes are the easily identifiable backbone of millennial internet culture. Angry Arthur, Tea Kermit, Sarcastic Spongebob and Yodelling Kid are all memes that united the internet in a brief, shared inside joke. Regardless of, or perhaps in spite of, vocal disapproval, mod...

GO! But With More Context

GO! But With More Context

April 24, 2019

Next time someone asks you to donate to their GO! trip, I urge you to understand the context.

Twitter is Full of Misleading Ledes

Twitter is Full of Misleading Ledes

April 24, 2019

Even if it takes an additional half an hour, it’s worth your time to read up on stories you find interesting.

CPS is Worth the Investment

CPS is Worth the Investment

April 24, 2019

In order to limit the costs incurred by both students and the university, Fordham has invested in providing mental health resources to the university community.

Respecting the Life and Memory of Sydney Monfries

Respecting the Life and Memory of Sydney Monfries

April 17, 2019

The Fordham Ram condemns the sensationalism of some media outlets' coverage of the death of Sydney Monfries, FCRH '19.

Jesulit, Barstool Fordham Don’t Know What the Fordham Community Is

Jesulit, Barstool Fordham Don’t Know What the Fordham Community Is

April 15, 2019

Someone who still wants him to be the performer despite all of that so they can stumble through “Crank That” on Martyr’s Lawn is supposedly more “representative” of Fordham than USG and others who were happy with that decision and also want Kingston removed.

The Climate is Changing and So Must We

The Climate is Changing and So Must We

April 10, 2019

We have power as consumers and voters to normalize plant-based diets, to discourage plastic use and to shame politicians that are not doing their absolute best to combat this earth-sized dilemma.

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