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There Is a Common Ground on Abortion, But It’s Not What We Need

January 30, 2019

Pro-choice supporters must see that this common ground solution is an indirect capitulation for them and their beliefs.

Respect for Life demonstrators set up an interactive display in McGinley Lobby to stimulate conversation on the question of when human life begins (Kevin Stoltenborg/The Fordham Ram).

Respect for Life Puts on Interactive Display

April 18, 2018

By Elise Reichard “The whole point of it is to just talk,” Colette Lanzon, FCRH ’19, said Monday afternoon at the rainy Respect For Life: When Should Human Life Begin demonstration on the McGinley walkway. Fordham...

Despite the many debates, candidates have hardly talked about gun control. Courtesy of Flickr

No Candidate Triggers Gun Control Discourse

March 9, 2016

By Matt Calhoun  It is only early March, yet 2016 has been one of the most politically and emotionally charged presidential races the United States has ever seen. Candidates, both left and right, have been...

This year, the Fordham Respect for Life

Editorial: Rethinking Abortion Activism on Campus

April 15, 2015

By The Editorial Board Every year, Fordham’s Respect for Life group sets up thousands of small, white flags on the grass in front of the McGinley Center. It is part of the annual Respect for Life Week, a...

Many people are caught between the two polarized labels that dominate the debate over abortion.

Pro-Life/Pro-Choice Labels Strangle Debate

April 10, 2013

By CANTON WINER As the son of two bleeding-heart liberals, one of whom is a raging feminist, I practically “knew” I was pro-choice before I knew how to spell it. It was not until I was confronted by ...

The majority of Planned Parenthood’s services include STD treatment and contraception. (Graphic by Rory Masterson. Statistics from 2009.)

Planned Parenthood Misunderstood by Republicans

February 15, 2012

By CANTON WINER ASSISTANT OPINIONS EDITOR Susan G. Komen's decision to discontinue its funding of Planned Parenthood on Jan. 31 resulted in a national uproar, leaving the breast cancer foundation struggling...

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