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Kindness Will Never Be Old News

Kindness Will Never Be Old News

November 15, 2017

By Elizabeth Smislova I was the girl who had the words “Live, Love, Laugh, Dream” taped up on her bedroom walls in high school (suspend your judgement), and I fully believed that manifesting thos...

Admit More Asian Actors

Admit More Asian Actors

November 8, 2017

By Alvin Halimwidjaya My favorite Fast and Furious movie is the sixth installment, otherwise known as Furious Six. As a reader, you might say that there isn’t really a difference between any F&F film bes...

Putting The Fordham Ram in Focus

Putting The Fordham Ram in Focus

October 24, 2017

By Andrea Garcia I was that girl in high school who somehow did everything: an honors program and societies, three varsity sports, the drama club, concert choir and the Spanish Club. I graduated...

Contain Your Enthusiasm, “Curb” Is Back

Contain Your Enthusiasm, “Curb” Is Back

October 18, 2017

By Mario Nicastro When “Curb Your Enthusiasm’s” eighth season ended in 2011, “Seinfeld” co-creator Larry David decided he needed a “break.” After a film, a stint on Broadway and a few cameos as Bernie ...

On Moving-Off and Growing Up

On Moving-Off and Growing Up

October 12, 2017

By Elizabeth Doty One of the most important factors during your time at college is arguably your living space. From the halls of Martyrs Jogues to the Salice-Conley suites, where you live undoubtedly affects how ...

When Words Aren’t Enough

When Words Aren’t Enough

October 4, 2017

By Aislinn Keely On the morning of Oct. 2, phones across America received notifications alerting them to a mass shooting in Las Vegas, an event that has been termed the deadliest shooting in U.S. history. On the morning of ...

It’s Not So Sunny in Philadelphia

It’s Not So Sunny in Philadelphia

September 27, 2017

From The Desk On Dec. 8, the politically incorrect and hilariously offensive show, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia will be removed from Netflix. The first 11 seasons of the FX show, described by The ...

When Parody Prevents Penalty

When Parody Prevents Penalty

September 20, 2017

By Jack McLoone                                                                                                                   Are we ever going...

The Value in Being Vulnerable

The Value in Being Vulnerable

September 14, 2017

By Taylor Shaw It’s really easy to convince ourselves not to talk to strangers; it’s been ingrained in our systems from the age of goldfish at snack time and show and tell. We’re warned against it because i...

Deconstructing Female Bonds On TV

Deconstructing Female Bonds On TV

May 3, 2017

By Erin Cabrey Female friendships are intricate and complex. They are not easily put in a box and tied up with a sweet and quirky bow. Yet, television largely continues to portray them as such. Te...

Let’s Make Science Sexy

Let’s Make Science Sexy

April 26, 2017

By Delaney Leiter The Academy Awards is an annual awards ceremony celebrating achievement in movie making. It is a night where aesthetic beauty, clothing and appearances are dissected, analyzed, praised a...

WWE Smackdown v. Raw: A Timeless Throwdown

WWE Smackdown v. Raw: A Timeless Throwdown

April 12, 2017

By Christopher Canadeo I know what you’re thinking. What is this? 2008? Well, hear me out. This past Monday I went to WWE Smackdown v. Raw and it was one of the most electric shows I have been to in a long time. Wal...

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