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Iowa Caucus Results Delayed

Iowa Caucus Results Delayed

February 5, 2020

College Democrats and College Republicans commented about the delay in the results for the Iowa caucus.

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg Considers 2020 Presidential Bid

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg Considers 2020 Presidential Bid

November 20, 2019

Current New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio dropped out of the Democratic primary in Sept., but now his predecessor Michael Bloomberg is taking steps to join the 2020 race.

College Republicans Host Speaker Event with Anthony Scaramucci

College Republicans Host Speaker Event with Anthony Scaramucci

November 6, 2019

Anthony Scaramucci spoke about his background, his time working in the White House, and his experience in finance during his event at Fordham University.

College Republicans Talk 2020 Elections

College Republicans Talk 2020 Elections

October 9, 2019

The Fordham Ram sat down with members of College Republicans to discuss the 2020 election and other current issues

University Sanctions Students in Rodrigues Free Speech Altercation

University Sanctions Students in Rodrigues Free Speech Altercation

March 21, 2018

By Jake Shore   The university’s investigation into a “free-speech exercise” at Rodrigue’s Coffee Shop last December reached its conclusion earlier this month, resulting in conduct sanctio...

FPR Hosts Semiannual Debate Between College Democrats and Republicans

FPR Hosts Semiannual Debate Between College Democrats and Republicans

March 9, 2018

By Jasmin Boyce College Democrats and College Republicans took the stage of Flom Auditorium for Fordham Political Review’s semi-annual debate. Representatives went toe-to-toe on the nation’s opioid epide...

Letter to the Editor: Roger Stone Sets Fordham Ablaze

Letter to the Editor: Roger Stone Sets Fordham Ablaze

October 18, 2017

By The College Republicans Dear Editor, ‘Slash and burn’ was a prominent agricultural technique employed by Native Americans. Essentially, natives would take all the dead undergrowth and set it aflame. This would kill the live crops ...

Fordham Fails its Mission by Allowing Roger Stone to Campus

Fordham Fails its Mission by Allowing Roger Stone to Campus

October 10, 2017

By Anya Patterson On Tuesday, Oct. 10, Fordham’s College Republicans will host Roger Stone, a close friend of Donald Trump and a central figure in the FBI’s investigation into Trump’s campaig...

Right Wing Populism

Right Wing Populism

April 26, 2017

By Marcelle Meyer Over the past year, the world has buzzed with discussion of the rise of right-wing populism, stretching from the United States to Europe. Brexit, followed by Donald Trump’s ele...

Syria, Climate Change and Free Speech Discussed in College Dem, Repub Debate

Syria, Climate Change and Free Speech Discussed in College Dem, Repub Debate

November 9, 2016

By Victor Ordonez  In the midst of the presidential election, College Democrats and College Republicans found themselves on two far ends of the political spectrum during a heated debate. On November 3rd in th...

When Political Censorship Occurs, Rams Must Speak Out

When Political Censorship Occurs, Rams Must Speak Out

September 7, 2016

By Joe Moresky and Matt Johnson A defining pillar of what makes Fordham such a unique university is its tireless commitment to the ideals of Jesuit education. From our first classes to graduation, Rams are challenged to strive towards achieving socia...

Political Clubs Spar Over Religion, Supreme Court in Debate

Political Clubs Spar Over Religion, Supreme Court in Debate

May 4, 2016

By Theresa Schliep  In this election season of often divisive rhetoric and polarizing political ideals, College Democrats and College Republicans hosted a heated debate in Flom Auditorium on Monday that stre...

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