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I Now Pronounce You Ram and Wife: Weddings at the Fordham University Church

I Now Pronounce You Ram and Wife: Weddings at the Fordham University Church

September 27, 2017

By Meghan Campbell On a weekend afternoon, students can often be found spread out across campus, soaking up those last warm rays of bright, summer sunshine. Every so often amongst these students, a beaming bride an...

Kingsman: Golden Circle does not live up to its original, but it is still entertaining (Courtesy of Flickr).

Kingsman: The Golden Circle, A Fine Film

September 27, 2017

By Matthew Dillion Kingsman: The Golden Circle follows the continued exploits of British youth Harry Hart, a member of the secretive Kingsman spy organization. A series of events forces him and the rest of the organiza...

Madison Koury is not afraid to make her voice heard across the Rose Hill campus.

Senior Madison Koury Hits All The Right Notes

September 20, 2017

By Margarita Artoglou If you’ve ever been walking around on campus and found yourself listening to a couple of girls harmonizing as they walked, you may have already had the privilege of hearing the musical stylin...

Listen to Seaway’s Valentine to stay in vacation mode through winter hibernation.

Seaway Makes Way For Good Vibes All Year

September 20, 2017

By Alvin Halimwidjaya When I came to Fordham in 2014, I was introduced to pop punk for the first time. I fell in love with the genre right away because of how relatable I felt it was. I had spent most of high school getting i...

Despite the increasing diversity in TV shows, there is still a great need for more.

New Fall Television Shows’ Diversity Disappoints

September 20, 2017

By Gayathri Thelekatt September is a month signaling new beginnings: going back to school, the coming of fall and the return (or premiere) of our favorite TV shows. Over the past few years, Hollywood has been critici...

Taylor was the first woman to earn a scientific doctorate from Fordham.

Fordham’s First Female Ph.D.

September 20, 2017

By Katie Quinlisk On June 11, 1941, Marie Clark Taylor, a young black woman from Sharpsburg, Pennsylvania, a Howard University graduate and a member of Fordham’s Scientific Research Society’s Sigma Xi, earned her Ph.D. in bo...

Oktoberfest’s Tests Do Not Get the Best of Bailey

Oktoberfest’s Tests Do Not Get the Best of Bailey

September 20, 2017

By Bailey Hosfelt Follow former culture editor and current abroad correspondent Bailey Hosfelt as she sets up home base in España and bops about Europe for the semester, looking to save a buck and learn a thing or t...

Wannabe action flick American Assassin was light on excitement and heavy on uninteresting characters and plot.

Mediocre American Assassin Misses the Mark

September 20, 2017

By Matthew Dillon American Assassin is yet another painfully generic, forgettable action movie, depicting a young vigilante’s mission to stop Iran from employing a nuclear weapon. The film’s plot is as by the numbers as it gets...

Inclusivity Takes Center Stage at the Emmys

Inclusivity Takes Center Stage at the Emmys

September 20, 2017

By Erin Cabrey If there was one theme prevalent across Hollywood’s biggest award shows of 2017, it was the political dissonance in our country. The Golden Globes, Oscars and Grammys earlier this year set the stag...

Social media dating apps such as Tinder and Bumble are a blessing and a curse for today’s college students.

To Swipe Or Not To Swipe: Navigating Dating Apps

September 20, 2017

By Tara Martinelli Hi, I’m Tara and these are my tidbits. Check in every other week to hear my words of wisdom regarding the struggles we all face as college students in 2017. I have no qualifications, but am never at a l...

Trevor Noah’s new book chronicles his life and journey to major success.

Born a Crime: Trevor Noah’s Odyssey to “The Daily Show” Desk

September 13, 2017

By Erin Shanahan Trevor Noah’s journey to his career as a comedian and frontman of “The Daily Show” actually began with a criminal act: his birth. Noah was born during the time of the South African apartheid to a w...

Kendrick Lamar’s hit “Humble” was an essential song for summer, winning him an MTV Video Music Award for the music video.

A Nostalgic Look Back at the Top Songs of the Summer

September 13, 2017

By Fiona Moriarty-McLaughlin Like grabbing sunscreen and a bathing suit to hit the beach, summer jams are essential. What’s summer without music? You would have nothing to dance to, work out to or listen to while you’re on y...

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