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“Survivor: Winners at War” Is the Peak of Reality TV Forever

April 15, 2020

It’s the “Avengers: Endgame” of “Survivor,” but a thousand times better.

Cochran’s work focuses on climate change and public policy. (Courtesy of Colleen Cochran/The Fordham Ram)

Junior Strives to Save the Earth, One Policy at a Time

February 5, 2020

Colleen Cochran has been involved in climate change research since age 13.

Recapping the best memes of the decade. (Courtesy of Facebook)

The 30 Most Significant Memes of the 2010s

November 13, 2019

Disclaimer: For the sake of space, many quality memes have been left out. Sad Keanu (2010) Paparazzi photographed Keanu Reeves chilling lugubriously on a New York bench in 2010. Nyan Cat (201...

Ramped Up With Chris Parkin

Ramped Up With Chris Parkin

November 6, 2019

For this month’s “Ramped Up,” we featured Chris Parkin, FCLC ’20. Parkin, a sophomore transfer to Fordham from Oberlin College, is an aspiring musician from Cape Cod, Mass. He was one of the...

Watch the full performance on YouTube at The Ram. (Courtesy of Jeffrey Figuereo for The Fordham Ram)

Ramped Up With Westfalia

October 9, 2019

The Fordham Ram is happy to announce the debut of a monthly concert series featuring student musicians at Fordham University.

The East Village has a lot of history. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Banished Spirits Haunt the East Village

September 25, 2019

Thirty years ago, terror lit up the East Village.

Denzel Curry just released his newest album,

Bloodthirsty Rapper with a Poetic Side: Denzel Curry on “ZUU”

June 9, 2019

He raps with such intrinsic precision, an almost jazz improv sensibility, that every verse and syllable seem like they were born to work with the beat in such harmonious ways.

Young Nudy (featured) and Pi'erre Bourne dropped their collaborative album

Young Nudy and Pi’erre Bourne’s Circus of Sedation

May 28, 2019

Bourne and Nudy have fundamentally different approaches, and it shows.

Diane Greg-Uanseru, FCLC ‘21, is very passionate about women’s rights. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Fighting Back: Sophomore Creates Real Change

April 10, 2019

Her goals and passions are much bigger than anything the University could provide.

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Divided Music, Divided Culture: Lil Nas X Taken Off Country Chart

April 10, 2019

It’s wildly detrimental to creativity, punishing an experimental African-American artist for venturing into white-dominated musical territory.

After a two year break, Flume returns with

Flume’s Dazzling, Disorienting Splurge of New Electricity

April 3, 2019

Flume’s allure has always been his ability to create seemingly endless configurations out of the same set of sounds.

The play premiered Off-Broadway in mid-2000 and transferred to Broadway later in the year, eventually winning the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Tony Award for Best Play. (Erica Scalise/The Fordham Ram)

Mimes Renders “Proof” Excellently

April 3, 2019

For four nights this past week, the Fordham Mimes and Mummers put on “Proof.”

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