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The “Phineas and Ferb” Soundtrack Is Eternal

The “Phineas and Ferb” Soundtrack Is Eternal

November 5, 2019

There are six days of finals. There are 12 days of Christmas. There are nine days of spring break. Most importantly, there are 104 days of summer vacation. Source? My two close friends, Phineas and...

Fordham’s Cafeteria is a Little Corner of Home

Fordham’s Cafeteria is a Little Corner of Home

October 29, 2019

The cafeteria was where I got to really know my friends, not their Friday night selves dressed up and excited to go out, or the Wednesday night ones stressed and brooding in the library, but the liminal versions of them floating between work and fun.

Chicago Duo Transcends Genre on Two Albums

Chicago Duo Transcends Genre on Two Albums

September 18, 2019

While oftentimes simplistic, Whitney’s music is extremely versatile.

“Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” Still Relevant

“Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” Still Relevant

April 10, 2019

The themes of this movie are relatable to women — and people — of all ages.

Chernow’s Washington Bio is Fit for a President

Chernow’s Washington Bio is Fit for a President

March 13, 2019

Chernow manages to keep it interesting and engaging. It is, in my opinion, a masterpiece.

“Breslin and Hamill” Evokes Nostalgia for Old style Journalism

“Breslin and Hamill” Evokes Nostalgia for Old style Journalism

February 6, 2019

Through grainy footage of old interviews and careful oration of classic news columns, the documentary tells the story of New York journalism through two of its greats – Pete Hamill and Jimmy Breslin.

Netflix’s “Grace and Frankie” Celebrates Living Life to the Fullest

Netflix’s “Grace and Frankie” Celebrates Living Life to the Fullest

January 23, 2019

While “Grace and Frankie” is a comedic show focused primarily on senior citizens, it preaches valuable lessons about life for viewers of all ages.

The Impossible: More Than Just a Survival Movie

The Impossible: More Than Just a Survival Movie

September 12, 2018

By Joe Esposito In December 2004, an Indian Ocean tsunami devastated numerous coastal countries and took thousands of lives. The Impossible, starring Ewan McGregor, Naomi Watts and Tom Holland, te...

Revolver: Underrated Poetry from The Beatles

Revolver: Underrated Poetry from The Beatles

April 18, 2018

By Joergen Ostensen The Beatles deserve to be in the running for the title of greatest band of all time. In their time, they were a craze, and they rivaled the popularity of any band in history. John...

Surviving the Holiday Rush, in More Ways than One

Surviving the Holiday Rush, in More Ways than One

December 6, 2017

By Delaney Leiter Final exams, final projects, final presentations...the list seems endless. We are all facing the rush of busy schedules and heavy workloads, but we are collectively counting down the days before being home for a mon...

Capital Gaines Finds Meaning in Mistakes

Capital Gaines Finds Meaning in Mistakes

October 22, 2017

By Andrea Garcia Famous comebacks are the ones whose narratives have withstood time as the greatest challenges to adversity, such as Walt Disney, Oprah Winfrey and Michael Jordan. Now enters Chip Gaines, HGTV star and New York Times ...

“Dear David” is a Modern Horror Serialization

“Dear David” is a Modern Horror Serialization

October 10, 2017

By Theresa Schliep I watch scary movies through the cracks between my fingers, if at all. I love scary movies: the demons, the pop up scares, the prophetic music. I just scare too easily to watch them dead on. I am also no...

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