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Thousands of Orchids in Thousands of Hues: Botanical Garden Brings Singapore to the Bronx

Thousands of Orchids in Thousands of Hues: Botanical Garden Brings Singapore to the Bronx

April 10, 2019

Dress light, bring some water, and I am sure you will find the experience pleasurable.

Student Maps African American and Italian History in the Bronx

Student Maps African American and Italian History in the Bronx

April 3, 2019

Alison Rini is creating an interactive map showcasing information from both the Bronx African American History Project and Bronx Italian American History Initiative.

29 Year-Old Chef in The Bronx Makes 3,000 to 4,000 Tamales Every Week

29 Year-Old Chef in The Bronx Makes 3,000 to 4,000 Tamales Every Week

April 3, 2019

City Tamale makes 3,000 to 4,000 tamales every week

Fordham Senior Researches Air Pollution in the Bronx

Fordham Senior Researches Air Pollution in the Bronx

February 20, 2019

Natalie Ward is researching the effects of air pollution, specifically pm2.5, on repiratory health.

The Bronx Welcomes Citi Bike

The Bronx Welcomes Citi Bike

September 12, 2018

Correction: A previous version of this article stated that Citi Bike served Staten Island and that rides in the Bronx were priced at three dollars. It has been updated to reflect that Citi Bike does not...

Campaign Supports Literary Culture of Bronx

Campaign Supports Literary Culture of Bronx

May 1, 2018

By Theresa Schliep When the last general interest bookstore in the Bronx closed in 2016, Saraciea Fennell said she had to do something about it. So Fennell, who was already kicking around the idea of a book festival for the borough kno...

“A bit of a loner,” Former Classmates Remember Donald Trump in the Bronx

“A bit of a loner,” Former Classmates Remember Donald Trump in the Bronx

April 25, 2018

By Jake Shore A common anecdote comes to the minds of President Donald Trump’s former classmates when asked about their interactions with him during his time at Fordham University. A commuting stud...

Bronx Celebration Day Brings Community Together

Bronx Celebration Day Brings Community Together

April 25, 2018

By Erica Scalise Live music, food, art vendors and local community organizers united the Fordham and Bronx communities this past Saturday at the second annual Bronx Celebration Day. Natalie Wodniak, committee chair, Rafael Zapata, Fordham...

Invasion of Privacy Fuses the Old with the New

Invasion of Privacy Fuses the Old with the New

April 18, 2018

By Christian Hall Belcalis Almanzar, “Bardi,” the Bronx’s “Binderella,” the “Gangster in a Dress” or, as most people know her, Cardi B, dropped her 2018 debut album Invasion of Privacy two weeks...

History and Kosher Eats at Liebman’s Deli

History and Kosher Eats at Liebman’s Deli

February 7, 2018

By Elizabeth Nealon The glowing neon sign in the front window is the first clue of how “old school” Liebman’s Deli is, though it is not a well-kept secret. The Liebman family prides themselves on i...

Bronx Community Shows Support for Fire Relief

Bronx Community Shows Support for Fire Relief

January 24, 2018

By Theresa Schliep and Aislinn Keely Council Member Ritchie Torres announced the Belmont community has raised $300,000 to support the families of the victims of the Dec. 28, 2017 apartment fire. T...

Workout Close to Campus at Sweet Water Dance & Yoga

January 24, 2018

Filed under Culture, Fitness, Review

By Isha Khawaja There is no need to commute downtown to Manhattan in order to connect to your happy place. Nestled by Yankee Stadium, Sweet Water Dance & Yoga (SWDY) is a haven for lovers of dance and yoga. If you are like me and love practicing yoga and meditation, it can be difficult finding your go-to yoga studio at Fordham. The only yoga studios that are most popularly known by students are typically deep d...

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