The Fordham Ram

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Making Up for Lost Time

October 28, 2020

I already fantasize about showing my kids my old, beat-up copy of the very first editorial we published, boring them with stories of the endless memories Fordham gave me, just as my very own Fordham alumni parents did to me.

(Hunter Benegas / The Fordham Ram)

Midnight in a Perfect Print Shop

October 21, 2020

Looking back now, I think I made the right choice coming to Fordham (and Rose Hill), if for no other reason than the fact that I got to write and edit for the Ram.

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Great with Faces, Bad with Names

October 7, 2020

There is something about working collectively with such a diverse group of people to make something real, something physical, something you can hold up on Wednesday afternoon and say, “I helped make this,” that brings people together in a way I have never experienced before.

(Hunter Benegas / The Fordham Ram)

Choosing Passion Over Fear

September 30, 2020

If I had to give a piece of advice to the future of the Ram, I’d say don’t let fear consume you. Feel what you’re feeling, and do the damn thing anyway.

Hunter Benagas / The Fordham Ram

Are You Listening Yet?

September 23, 2020

Prison has certainly become more American than apple pie.

(Hunter Benagas / The Fordham Ram)

Reflecting on a Bittersweet Goodbye

September 16, 2020

If I met my freshman self now, I don't think he'd even recognize the person standing before him.

(Hunter Benagas / The Fordham Ram)

Finding Solace in Solidarity

September 9, 2020

We might all be in the same storm, but we aren't in the same boat.

(Julia Comerford/The Fordham Ram)

My Loneliness Is Killing Me, But It’s Okay

April 22, 2020

I really miss my friends, and yet, I cannot ignore that I am one of the luckiest ones; thousands of people are dying, and thousands more are risking their lives trying to save them.

(Hunter Benegas /The Fordham Ram)

One Nation, Indivisible

April 15, 2020

Sure, there are anomalies which hint at human selfishness and failure to act, but overwhelmingly, people have sacrificed for the greater good.

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Healing Through Compassion

April 1, 2020

The love that we are displaying for each other right now can give us the strength that we collectively need to fix our problems.

(Hunter Benegas/The Fordham Ram)

Keeping Solidarity from a Distance

March 25, 2020

In trying times, a lot is changing around us, but I realize the only constants we have are the people around us.

(Hunter Benegas / The Fordham Ram)

Acing the Leadership Quiz

February 19, 2020

Leaders come from all walks of life, and just because you don't feel like a natural born leader doesn't mean that you can't become one.

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