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Many students are bringing the classroom into their dorm room as curriculum moves from the whiteboard onto Blackboard. (Pia Fischetti/The Fordham Ram)

Students and Professors Share Thoughts About Online Learning

September 9, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic forced Fordham University to adapt in many ways, one of them being the transition to a more online-centered curriculum.

Student Publications Continue to Publish Through Virtual Platforms

Gracie Davis, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

Despite being unable to work on-site, student publications such as Mode Magazine, The Ampersand, and the paper are all continuing to publish content online.

Chashama has an art space located in Fordham Plaza, across the street from the Metro North gate.  (Courtesy of Twitter)

Chashama Art Space Welcomes 25th Year

April 1, 2020

Chashama Art Space, a space created for artists to present their work in 1995, turns 25 this year.

The exhibit, pictured above, is mainly made up of photographs detailing the architecture and layout of Mott Haven. (Gracie Davis/The Fordham Ram)

Historic Mott Haven Neighborhood Turns 50

February 12, 2020

The Bronx Historical Society hosted an exhibit showing change over time in the historic Mott Haven neighborhood.

The university plans to reduce emmisions 40% by 2030. (Jennifer Hoang/The Fordham Ram)

Administration Explains Sustainability Plans

January 29, 2020

Fordham University began overhauling their sustainability efforts in 2005, which Vice President of Administration Marco Valera designates as Fordham’s “baseline year.”

The 2020 Women's March encouraged a message of unity after facing divided opinions last year.

Students March with Thousands for Gender Equality

January 22, 2020

Thousands of people gathered at Columbus Circle and Foley Square to participate in the fourth annual Women’s March on Saturday Jan. 18.

Donald Trump urges people to say

The War on Christmas: A Merry and Jolly Delusion

November 13, 2019

In recent years, there has been a push to say “Happy Holidays” instead of “Merry Christmas,” as many feel it is the more inclusive option, considering not everyone celebrates Christmas. This...

Tourists have flocked to the Bronx to take photos in the same place as an iconic scene from the

“Joker” Steps Attract Tourists to the Bronx

November 6, 2019

The steps featured in "Joker" are attracting a lot of tourists to the Bronx neighborhood they are located in. Some encourage the tourism while others condemn it.

Halloween costumes frequently appropriate minority cultures. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Cultural Appropriation on Halloween: When Costumes Become Harmful

October 30, 2019

The historical power dynamics between continents like Africa and Europe, in which relationships were extractive rather than mutually beneficial, make a huge difference in determining whether cultural borrowing can be hurtful.

The New York Botanical Garden looks forward to flowers such as witch-hazels, snowdrops and paperbush flowering in the winter.

New York Botanical Garden Prepares for Winter Season

October 16, 2019

The New York Botanical Garden prepares for winter by planting seeds for the summer and anticipating plants that thrive in the cold.

The Lumineers return with their third album. (Courtesy of Twitter)

The Lumineers Get Personal on “III”

September 18, 2019

This richly honest, hopeful album is an anthem for the struggling and the oppressed.

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