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Fordham Must Enforce Comprehensive Testing Policies

Fordham Must Enforce Comprehensive Testing Policies

September 23, 2020

With the uptick in confirmed cases at Rose Hill emerging around the same time that the second test is required, the need for adequate accessible testing is more apparent than ever.

The Resilience of New York City is Alive and Well

The Resilience of New York City is Alive and Well

September 16, 2020

To make the generalization that New York City is "dead" is to miss so much of what makes New York so special.

The Need for Clear Guidance Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Need for Clear Guidance Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

September 9, 2020

While the situation will continue to evolve over the course of the semester, the Fordham community deserves to be continually updated and informed about any new policies or modifications to existing policies.

Fordham's Responsibility to Apply Privilege Towards Progress

Fordham’s Responsibility to Apply Privilege Towards Progress

May 30, 2020

The Fordham Ram encourages students to speak up and take action against the racism, white privilege and oppression that plague our country.

Appreciating Innovation in the Fordham Community

Appreciating Innovation in the Fordham Community

April 22, 2020

Though the transition has certainly not been without difficulties, we have been able to foster a sense of unity for the Fordham community that has meant so much during a time of distancing.

Confronting Our High-School Selves

Confronting Our High-School Selves

April 15, 2020

Taking online classes from our childhood bedrooms has led us to confront a memory many of us would prefer to forget: our high school selves.

Protecting Mental Health During a Public Health Crisis

Protecting Mental Health During a Public Health Crisis

April 1, 2020

Hopefully, the spotlight on mental health right now will demonstrate the need for increased availability of resources in the long term.

College Students Must Do Their Part to Flatten the Curve

College Students Must Do Their Part to Flatten the Curve

March 25, 2020

Even if you may not be in serious danger if you contract the virus, ignoring the precautions puts vulnerable populations at risk.

A Necessary Caution With an Abrupt Goodbye

A Necessary Caution With an Abrupt Goodbye

March 13, 2020

We understand and support the university for making the best decision for the health and safety of the Fordham community. That being said, missing the rest of the spring semester brings a feeling of loss for many students.

Staying Informed Amid Uncertainty

Staying Informed Amid Uncertainty

March 11, 2020

While we do not know what may lie ahead, the Ram remains committed to updating the Fordham community as best we can.

Internship Process Promotes Inequity of Opportunity

Internship Process Promotes Inequity of Opportunity

March 4, 2020

As spring arrives at Fordham University and the summer internship application process gets underway, feelings of panic and anxiety descend on students. Internships have evolved to become something of ...

Continuing the Fight Against Sexual Assault Stigma after #MeToo

Continuing the Fight Against Sexual Assault Stigma after #MeToo

February 19, 2020

The stories of sexual assault that are being told during the Weinstein trial may be embedded in the glamour of Hollywood, but they represent a very real problem in our society.

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