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College football is back, but it doesn't feel normal. (Courtesy of Twitter)

College Football is Back?

October 21, 2020

College football has returned in 2020, but watching games doesn't necessarily feel like an escape from our everyday struggles with COVID-19.

Google and Amazon both sell their own versions of a smart speaker. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Smart Speakers Pose Both Convenience and Privacy Risk

October 7, 2020

Why did I buy one in the first place? It was cheap, it sounded convenient and it seemed like everyone had one.

Fordham’s cross country team will try to replace some key figures this season. (Courtesy of Fordham Athletics)

Cross Country Stays Ready to Make Strides This Season

October 7, 2020

New faces and the COVID-19 pandemic make this a challenging season for Fordham’s cross country team, but the Rams will look to make strides nonetheless.

Fordham Men's Basketball will try to kick off its season with a win over Iona on Nov. 25. (Mackenzie Cranna/The Fordham Ram)

Fordham Men’s Basketball Set to Open Against Iona

October 7, 2020

Fordham Men's Basketball will kick off its 2020-21 season against Iona and coaching legend Rick Pitino.

LeBron James continues to be the boss of the NBA in the bubble, with his Lakers team on the verge of the NBA Finals. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Respect the King

September 23, 2020

Despite how many times we try to forget, LeBron James has reminded us once again why he is the undisputed king of the NBA, and we should all celebrate it while we can.

Fordham Women's Soccer: Kelly LaMorte

Women’s Soccer’s Kelly LaMorte Signs Pro Contract

August 7, 2020

After a stellar college career in goal, Kelly LaMorte will be continuing her soccer career overseas, signing with Nea Salamina Famagusta of Cyprus.  LaMorte caps off an impressive four years at Fordham with a pro ...

We won't see anything like the College Football National Championship game in 2020. (Courtesy of Flickr)

College sports may come back in the fall, but should they?

July 27, 2020

Sports in the fall will not be what they once were, and when it comes to college, may not be worth it either.

Jack Coffey Field (above) may host New Amsterdam FC. (Courtesy of Fordham Athletics)

New York City Has a New Soccer Team

April 25, 2020

The National Independent Soccer Association (NISA) recently revealed the branding of a new soccer team coming to New York City: New Amsterdam FC. And they may be even closer to home than you may think. The...

Sabrina Ionescu (above) can be a transcendant basketball star for the WNBA's New York Liberty. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Welcome to Brooklyn

April 22, 2020

The stats are hard to believe, but the numbers alone fail to express the full picture. Because Ionescu’s impact transcends accolades and integers, not just on Oregon or women’s basketball, but the larger sports world. And that is not hyperbole.

Keith Bodmer, FCRH ’20, has a double major in film and computer science. (Courtesy of Keith Bodmer)

Senior Gracefully Combines Diverse Majors

April 1, 2020

What do you get when you cross a film and computer, science major? Keith Bodmer, FCRH ’20. That may not sound like a typical mix, but it has been the perfect combination for Bodmer — a way to pursue ...

Sports are on hold, but that doesn't mean there aren't positives we can find. (Courtesy of Flickr)

A World Without Sports

March 25, 2020

It is unfortunate when so much of what sports fans and players love is gone. We all hope sports and the entire world will soon resume to normal, but that is not to say there are not any positives in the meantime.

Nathaniel Rateliff’s new album deals with themes such as fame and loss. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Nathaniel Rateliff Embraces Life on “And It’s Still Alright”

March 4, 2020

Rateliff cites this album as an important personal experience.

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