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Candidates More than Just a Face

Candidates More than Just a Face

April 29, 2015

By Marcelle Meyer Loretta Lynch was recently named United States Attorney General and is the first African American woman to serve in this position. This is not news to many people. The media has been b...

Binge Guide: Orphan Black

Binge Guide: Orphan Black

April 22, 2015

By Nicole Fiorica At a glance: Genre: Sci-Fi Thriller Seasons/Episodes: 2/20 Avg Episode Length: 42 minutes Available on: Amazon Prime What it’s about: Upon returning home to reconnect with her young daughte...

Shaping up for Summer

March 25, 2015

By Catherine Kastberg Now that spring break has come and gone, it’s time to seriously crack down. While I hope everyone enjoyed themselves on vacation and participated in the “treat yourself” mentality by eating anything and everything in sight, it is time to prepare for summer. I hate to say it, but the key to losing weight is making sacrifices. The most important part about exercising is making sure you put t...

Company in the 1,000 Win Club

Company in the 1,000 Win Club

February 11, 2015

By Drew Casey Duke men’s basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski has company. He is no longer the only NCAA men’s coach to win 1,000 games. Herb Magee, in his 48th season as the head men’s basketba...

Football Grows Across The Pond

Football Grows Across The Pond

November 19, 2014

By Tara Cangialosi Soon enough, the English may need to refer to their favorite sport by its Americanized title. The fact that the traditional word “football” may need to be traded for “soccer” can only ...

Fordham Faces Ebola Epidemic

Fordham Faces Ebola Epidemic

October 29, 2014

By Kaitlyn Lyngaas Members of the Fordham community awoke on Monday to an email from the Executive Director of University Health Services, Kathleen Malara, M.S.N., F.N.P. The email cites concerns about Eb...

Fordham Hinders Free Speech

Fordham Hinders Free Speech

October 29, 2014

By Michael Syku We do not have the right to distribute condoms. We do not have the right to be educated about safe sex. We do not have a right to run The Vagina Monologues or other arbitrarily-picked pl...

In Their Heads

October 29, 2014

By Anthony Pucik On Friday Oct. 24, the New Jersey Devils lost to the Dallas Stars in a shootout at home. It was the Devils’ 18th straight shootout loss. The Devils were 0-13 last season in the shootout and haven’t won since March 10, 2013 versus the Winnipeg Jets. This is starting to worry New Jersey and their fans. This is no longer a matter of a few players struggling. Last season, the Devils’ shooters were 4-45 in...

A Major Red Flag for the Devils

October 29, 2014

By Leighton Schneider If you are a fan of the New Jersey Devils, you should be happy with a record of 4-2-2, good enough for second place in the Metropolitan Division and to be tied for fifth in the Eastern Conference. There is, however, one major problem that the Devils will need to fix if they want to have any chance to make the playoffs and possibly have a deep run. The Devils’ penalty kill is the worst in the NHL. ...

ALCS Preview

ALCS Preview

October 8, 2014

By Leighton Schneider At the start of the MLB season, ESPN asked 44 of its experts what team would win each division and what team would win the World Series. Not surprisingly, only two had either th...

Washington’s Mistake

Washington’s Mistake

October 8, 2014

By Tara Cangialosi Everyone, and then no one, wanted to be at Nationals Park last Saturday. After the Washington Nationals dropped the first NLDS game to San Francisco, it seemed like one bad game wou...

The Pandemic of Fear: Why Police and Citizens Are at War

The Pandemic of Fear: Why Police and Citizens Are at War

September 17, 2014

By Mike Syku ‘Broken Windows’ policing is the theory that patrolling urban areas and cracking down on low-level crimes, such as grafitti and  shoplifting, will discourage the development of more serious ...

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