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The Resilience of New York City is Alive and Well

The Resilience of New York City is Alive and Well

September 16, 2020

To make the generalization that New York City is "dead" is to miss so much of what makes New York so special.

Fun and Grub: A Guide or What to Do and Where to Eat

Rachel Gow, Culture Editor

August 23, 2020

It goes without saying that the college experience will look different this year than it has in years past. However, despite, and in some cases because of COVID-19 restrictions, there are many activities in the Bronx area and beyond for students to enjoy. It is essential to be responsible in your endeavors right now, but it is also essential to take care of your mental health, stop binge-reading the news (unless it’s the Ram...

Erica Scalise, projects editor emerita, FCRH '20, reflects on all the things she misses the most about New York City. (Courtesy of Erica Scalise/The Fordham Ram)

Some Things I Miss the Most

April 22, 2020

I don't want to take up running and pretend to like it, and I don't want to constantly feel like I'm violating parts of myself each time I peel back a layer of myself that was formed in a city where I'm not.

“The Taking of Pelham One Two Three” Brings a More Entertaining Crisis To New York

April 1, 2020

Take the time to cue it up on Amazon Prime for 105 minutes of something that takes old clichés and makes them lovable, exciting and strange.

It has not been a very good season for the Knicks, but they hope that there is still a chance they can turn that around. (Courtesy of Flickr)

NBA Trade Deadline Once Again About Assest For the Knicks

February 5, 2020

It didn’t take long for people to realize that the New York Knicks’ backup plan was going to be just as much of a failure as the first one was, when two generational stars in Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant were within arm's reach and then quickly faded away.

Pictured: Shelby Daniel. (Shelby Daniel/The Fordham Ram)

Moving From Florida to New York City: Graduation Anxiety, Montage Moments

October 16, 2019

Growing up, or the part of life where you become an actual adult, can happen anywhere and be anything.

Fr. Joesph McShane, S.J., President of the University announced the partnership from his office in Cunniffe House.

Fordham University Partners With New York Giants

October 8, 2019

Due to a new partnership between Fordham and the New York Giants, Fordham students now have the unique opportunity to intern and work closely with the NFL team.

Fordham Track competed on Long Island and in New Jersey this past weekend. (Courtesy of Fordham Athletics)

Track and Field in Two Places This Weekend

April 24, 2019

Fordham Track had some more standout performances this past weekend in New York and New Jersey.

Eli Manning has been frequently blamed for New York's struggles in 2018. (Mike Morbeck / Courtesy of Flickr)

A Giant Miracle?

November 28, 2018

In what has mostly been considered a lost season, could there be life for the Giants?

New York City public school districts deserve to have water that is free of lead and other harmful contaminants (Courtesy of Facebook).

NYC Must Clean Up Its Act And The Water System

September 19, 2018

By Abigail Murphy I’ve always been told that New York City has the cleanest drinking water. I picture the vast reservoirs upstate in the Catskills and Croton Falls, complete with a ring of neatly trimmed evergreens surroun...

Although Governor Cuomo does not want to run for president in 2020, cutting taxes wil still help his popularity. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Cuomo Must Cut Taxes in New York

September 12, 2018

By Tim Kyle As Benjamin Franklin famously said, “In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except for death and taxes.” His statement rings true in New York State, where government spending runs rampan...

Could there be a third team in New York? (Courtesy of Wikimedia)

A Third Team in New York?

September 22, 2016

By Peter Valentino During last year’s All-Star break in Cincinnati, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred commented on many different topics, including the idea of expansion and the stadium dilemmas with the Tampa Bay Rays. ...

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