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University Elaborates on Health and Safety Policies for Fall Semester

Sarah Huffman, News Editor

July 23, 2020

McShane sent an email on July 20 explaining the health and safety policies and that will be implemented for the fall semester.

Fordham Football won't get to play until late-September due to COVID-19. (Courtesy of Fordham Athletics)

Fordham Cancels First Three Football Games of 2020

July 6, 2020

After weeks of speculation, Fordham Football’s game against Hawaii — scheduled for Sept. 12 in Honolulu — has been canceled due to coronavirus concerns and Patriot League restrictions. On Tuesday...

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.

The Patriot League is hoping to hold its fall sports in 2020. (Courtesy of Patriot League)

Patriot League Offers Guidance for 2020 Fall Season

June 22, 2020

The Patriot League has announced its guidelines for a safe 2020 fall sports season. This affects Fordham because the Rams play football in the Patriot League and play all other sports in the Atlantic 10. The guideli...

The NCAA is hoping to get back on the field in July and August. (Courtesy of NCAA)

NCAA Football Oversight Committee Submits Proposed Preseason Model

June 18, 2020

On Wednesday, the NCAA’s Football Oversight Committee finalized a plan to hold summer activities and practices in advance of the upcoming 2020 season in the fall.  The plan calls for six weeks of preseason practices and wo...

Major League Baseball is on hold for all the wrong reasons. (Courtesy of Flickr)

What’s The Frequency, Baseball?

June 14, 2020

We regret to inform you that, during a global pandemic that has killed over 115,000 Americans and left at least 21 million people unemployed, Major League Baseball’s players and owners are squabbling over ...

We Must Not Ignore the Toll of COVID-19 on the Bronx

Kelly Christ, Editorial Director

May 29, 2020

While most of us may be away from the Bronx, we cannot ignore the devastating situation facing the borough that we call home during the school year. 

New Yorkers have demonstrated resilience amid the COVID-19 pandemic (Courtesy of Flickr).

New Yorkers Respond with Grace and Poise Amid Crisis

May 4, 2020

In this heinous moment in history, New Yorkers of all ages have managed to confront each day being their best selves: kind, selfless and tough.

Carmen Collins writes about her family's experience.(Courtesy of Carmen Collins for The Fordham Ram)

A Family Separated Physically, Not Socially

April 22, 2020

Every day that the sun rises and I wake up to see another day, I’m grateful.

Katie Schulte and her sister have started Cindy COVID Relief. (Courtesy of Katie Schulte for The Fordham Ram)

Making Masks to Save Lives

April 22, 2020

On March 31st, I ordered a sewing machine and a few yards of fabric from Joann’s while my sister, Claire, started reaching out to people in our community we could give to.

President Trump's administration has sparked intense debates about political correctness. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Trump Supporters Do Not Value Political Correctness

April 22, 2020

I do not believe President Trump's lack of political correctness, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, will weaken his campaign for reelection.

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.

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