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A New Tool in the Shed: “Fear Inoculum”

A New Tool in the Shed: “Fear Inoculum”

September 11, 2019

Tool is on the verge of becoming something great, worthy of being cherished by rock listeners and mainstream enthusiasts alike.

“Edie” Struggles to Summit the Mountain

Matthew Dillon, Staff Writer

September 11, 2019

Unfortunately, none of the characters feel like real people.

Lana Del Rey Pops Off

Lana Del Rey Pops Off

September 11, 2019

Fordham’s own distinguished alumna Lana Del Rey has done it again. The American icon who was most famously known for making teen girls weep in their bedrooms has successfully served up her most emotional...

Class of 2023 Statistics Remain Consistent With Years Past

Class of 2023 Statistics Remain Consistent With Years Past

September 11, 2019

Fordham's class of 2023 is very similar to past years in terms of academics, gender breakdown, and commuter vs. resident breakdown.

McShane Announces Administrative Updates

McShane Announces Administrative Updates

September 11, 2019

Fr. Joesph M. McShane S.J. announced in an e-mail that Marco Valera is the new vice president for administration. University secretary Margaret Ball and Vice President for Human Resources Kay Turner also received promotions.

Opinion Highlights

Opinion Highlights

September 4, 2019

These are some highlights from the Opinion Section of The Fordham Ram from last semester.

Fall Preview: Volleyball Searches for Improvement in Choi’s Second Year

Fall Preview: Volleyball Searches for Improvement in Choi’s Second Year

August 22, 2019

By Gigi Speer After finishing the 2018–2019 season on a high with their exciting five-set victory over A10 foe George Mason, the 2019–2020 squad will be gearing up for a great and competitive camp...

CAB Announces Decision to Keep Sean Kingston in Spring Weekend Lineup

April 11, 2019

An Instagram account under the username @studentsagainstsean followed a number of Fordham students, demanding Sean Kingston’s removal from the 2019 Campus Activities Board (CAB) Spring Weekend lineup. USG released a statement in support.

Fordham’s Graduate Schools Move in U.S. News & World Report Rankings

March 26, 2019

U.S. News and World Report released its annual graduate school rankings, naming the Gabelli Graduate School of Business as #63 in best Business Schools, and Fordham's Education and Law Schools both at #37.

Metro-North to Add Stops at Fordham Station

March 12, 2019

by Erica Scalise Following New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer’s push to end an agreement that prohibits passengers in the Bronx from boarding certain trains heading into Grand Central Terminal, Metro-North announced it is opening New Haven Line trains for travel between Fordham and Manhattan, effective April 14. According to a Feb. 25 press release by the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA), the change means...

Amazon’s Absence: A Win for New York

Amazon’s Absence: A Win for New York

February 20, 2019

We’ve saved ourselves billions in taxpayer money, and we’ve avoided overheating the New York’s property market more than it already is. Amazon’s loss is New York City’s gain.

Mid-Year Report

Mid-Year Report

February 13, 2019

In their annual report USG wrote about club budgets, requests for water fountains, voting and Walsh Library Hours.

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