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Pictured: AP Stylebook. (Maggie Rothfus/The Fordham Ram)

How to Write a Stylebook in 2020

May 7, 2020

The way a society functions is part of what fuels a style editor’s choices, and the AP’s engagement with its community — Twitter and beyond — creates a sense of wonder for where language usage is headed.

Many clubs on campus are figuring out how stay connected to their club members. (Pia Fischetti/The Fordham Ram)

Clubs Adjust to Virtual Programming

April 22, 2020

Various clubs on Fordham's campus are trying to continue programming online as well as plan for the coming Fall semester.

Dr. Fauci made headlines for his ideas for post-COVID-19 America. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Should We Never Shake Hands Again?

April 15, 2020

We will return to rubbing elbows on our commutes, and if we keep good hygiene in mind instead of fear, we can stand to shake a hand or two.

Members of the Fordham community were forced to adjust quickly during coronavirus cancellations. (Courtesy of Ram Archives)

Fordham Community Expresses Uncertainty Amid COVID-19 Cancellations

March 19, 2020

Fordham students, professors and local businesses expressed their thoughts during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Should the Olympics cancel its events in the wake of the coronavirus? (Courtesy of Flickr)

The ISU and Others Cancel Events; Should the Olympics Too?

March 16, 2020

This week’s figure skating column was originally going to cover the International Skating Union’s World Junior Figure Skating Championships held last week, but, unfortunately, the novel coronavirus had other...

The International Skating Union (ISU) technical board has proposed a series of recent changes. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Proposed ISU Changes Attempt to Promote Artistry

February 19, 2020

The International Skating Union has announced some new changes to try to improve the sport.

Japan has historically the top figure skating nation in the world, and that trend continued at this year's Four Continents. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Japan Wins Titles at Four Continents

February 12, 2020

Through the likes of Yuzuru Hanyu, Rika Kihira and Yuma Kagiyama, Japan still proves itself a formidable obstacle to other top figure skating countries.

Choi first launched the app in 2019 on an invite only basis. (Courtesy of Josh Choi)

LC Senior Develops Nanolens, a Visual Search App Startup

February 12, 2020

Student designs visual sear app that can be applied to faces, texts, locations and more.

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Antonio Hair Studio Brings Style to Belmont Community

December 4, 2019

Hair salons decorate streets, and each one must have a way to differentiate itself from others. Across from Modern Market on Arthur Avenue lies Antonio Hair Studio, formerly known as Anthony’s Unisex...

Courtesy of Leonard Cohen's official Instagram

Leonard Cohen’s “Thanks for the Dance” Reopens Grief’s Wound

November 30, 2019

When a loved one exits the picture, a gash rips into ourselves. As the wound heals, a scar forms, and when a reminder of that loved one arises, the scar stings and may open back up. Such is the case...

Jeffrey Pelayo, FCRH '21, won the title Mr. Philippine-Islands at a pageant at Columbia University.

Junior Wins Annual Mr. Philippine-Islands Pageant

November 20, 2019

Jeffrey Pelayo, FCRH '21, won the Mr. Philippine-Islands pageant on Sunday Nov. 17.

Though certain AP rules had their uses when newspapers were primarily printed, they serve little purpose in this new digital landscape. (Hunter Benegas/The Fordham Ram)

Digital Technology Spoils AP Style

November 6, 2019

Though certain AP rules had their uses when newspapers were primarily printed, they serve little purpose in this new digital landscape.

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