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Recent studies have shown that a diverse cast does more to draw a bigger audience, and box office, to films. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Keep Diverse Heroes Shining in Hollywood

November 13, 2019

It is easy to create a character who is jaded by the world, no matter how rightfully so, but to see a character overcome the unfairness of the world, in a heroic way nonetheless, is inspiring.

A Sweet But Bitter Goodbye

A Sweet But Bitter Goodbye

November 13, 2019

Never forget, when you’re on the Ram, you’re better than most.

This Outrage Over “Joker” Is a Bad Joke

This Outrage Over “Joker” Is a Bad Joke

October 9, 2019

“Joker” offers a dialogue on the importance of mental health, and the dangers of ignoring the mentally ill.

Twitter is Full of Misleading Ledes

April 24, 2019

Even if it takes an additional half an hour, it’s worth your time to read up on stories you find interesting.

“Critical Roll,” a weekly web show, stars a number of voice actors playing the game Dungeon and Dragons. (Facebook)

Join the Campaign, Watch “Critical Role”

February 13, 2019

“Critical Role” is a weekly web show centered around famous voice actors playing a personal campaign of Dungeons and Dragons. Liam O’Brien, Laura Bailey, Travis Willingham, Sam Riegel, Taliesin Jaffe, Marisha Ray and Ashley Johnson star in the show, with Matthew Mercer as the dungeon master, or DM.

Millennials are forced to work harder and smarter to gain entrance into colleges and get jobs. (Hunter Benegas, The Fordham Ram)

Is Burnout A Big Deal?

January 30, 2019

As a self-professed non-slacker, Petersen explains how even she was affected by the “virus,” tending to avoid the more low-priority tasks that accrued over time.

If Article 13 is enacted, it would greatly suppress the speech and creativity of content creators on platforms such as YouTube. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Article 13 Hurts YouTube and its Creators

November 28, 2018

It is unreasonable to expect creators to own every single aspect of their videos, as unreasonable as it is to assume every YouTube creator is making videos for the sake of profit.

Netflix Animation

Bojack Horseman Painfully Depicts Reality

September 26, 2018

By Briana Scalia Few shows can get away with as much as “Bojack Horseman” has managed to do. In the past four seasons, this animated comedy has become a staple of Netflix’s original lineup. The sho...

Carrie-Anne Moss plays Jeri Hogarth on Netflix's

Season 2 of Jessica Jones Underperforms

March 21, 2018

By Briana Scalia The second season of “Jessica Jones,” while not unwatchable, is certainly not as enjoyable as its initial season. The most recent of Marvel’s batch of Netflix shows, “Jess...

(Courtesy of Danielle)

GSB ’19 Cammarosano Creates Chapter

February 7, 2018

By Briana Scalia It is no coincidence that Danielle Cammarosano, GSB’ 19 chose Fordham University. Both her father, Joseph Cammarosano Jr., FCRH ’78, and her aunt, Nancy Hartzband, FCRH ’77...

Gun laws are enforced for the protection of individuals, but they must be modified to uphold the safety of the majority.

The Second Amendment Needs Amending

October 11, 2017

By Briana Scalia On the night of Oct. 1, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock opened fire on concert-goers at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival. According to the Los Angeles Times, the death toll reached 59, and the number ...

The practice of detaining gays in concentration camps is appalling and the U.S. should aid the LGBTQ+ in the fight (Courtesy of Flickr).

The Ignored Chechnyan Humanitarian Crisis

April 26, 2017

By Briana Scalia The term “concentration camp” refers to a camp in which people are detained or confined under harsh conditions that are considered unacceptable in a constitutional democracy. When c...

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