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The risks of reopening are concerns to be considered everywhere (Courtesy of Twitter).

Reopening Restaurants Is Not Worth the Risk

July 2, 2020

The push for dining inside is motivated by those who want to move on from the coronavirus, but the coronavirus has not yet moved on from us.

Appreciating Innovation in the Fordham Community

Appreciating Innovation in the Fordham Community

April 22, 2020

Though the transition has certainly not been without difficulties, we have been able to foster a sense of unity for the Fordham community that has meant so much during a time of distancing.

Back at home, students have begun to redecorate their rooms. (Courtesy of Grace Robinson for The Fordham Ram)

The Corona Room Revamp

April 22, 2020

The end product reflects the child I once was, as well as the adult I have become.

With everyone indoors, the streets are empty. (Courtesy of Ava Lichter for The Fordham Ram)

Trapped at Home While Outside Is a Ghost World

April 22, 2020

The empty sidewalks don’t let me forget what is happening even for a second.

There is a growing conflict between Dr. Facui and President Trump amid COVID-19. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Tensions Between Trump & Fauci Leave America Vulnerable

April 22, 2020

President Trump cared more for squabbles along party lines than he did about prioritizing the thousands of lives being lost in the pandemic.

While administrators hope that Fordham will be able to offer face-to-face classes by the second summer session, it is not yet certain. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Fordham Plans Modified Summer Sessions

April 22, 2020

Fordham is instituting a number of changes for summer sessions this year, including offering a number of on-site classes online and restricting housing for the first summer session.

New technology utilized during COVID-19 may end traditional snow days. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Zoom Could Spell the End of Snow Day Tradition

April 15, 2020

For students who have grown up with an intimate understanding of the bliss that comes with a surprise school cancellation, the idea that such moments might not be experienced by future generations proves deeply saddening.

Dr. Fauci made headlines for his ideas for post-COVID-19 America. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Should We Never Shake Hands Again?

April 15, 2020

We will return to rubbing elbows on our commutes, and if we keep good hygiene in mind instead of fear, we can stand to shake a hand or two.

Liberty University has come under scrutiny for their handling of COVID-19 on their campus. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Liberty University’s Recklessness Amid COVID-19

April 15, 2020

If anything, the move to keep a university open while a viral pandemic wreaks its havoc across the nation seems much more selfish.

While the Covid-19 pandemic has drastically changed daily life, we are still able to express and recieve love through the five love languages.  (Courtesy of Spencer Quinn/ The Fordham Ram)

How To Speak Your Love Language in Corona

April 15, 2020

Asking for what you need and checking up on your people matters. I’m encouraging my friends to let me know what they need, and I’m trying to advocate for myself as well.

Stay-at-home orders have contributed to increased rates of domestic and child abuse. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Stay-at-Home Orders Lead to Altered Family Dynamics

April 15, 2020

The impact of the pandemic on family dynamics is only beginning to be felt, and it will likely have lasting ramifications for many families.

Confronting Our High-School Selves

Confronting Our High-School Selves

April 15, 2020

Taking online classes from our childhood bedrooms has led us to confront a memory many of us would prefer to forget: our high school selves.

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