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Former Vice President Joe Biden and President Trump will face off in their first debate on Tuesday. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Upcoming Debate Will Not Be Enough to Stop Biden

September 28, 2020

Call it idealistic, but I would prefer to see a debate less concerned with sound bites and more focused on policy and leadership.

Woodward Tapes Pose Questions of Journalistic Integrity

Woodward Tapes Pose Questions of Journalistic Integrity

September 16, 2020

When Bob Woodward and his colleague Carl Bernstein investigated and uncovered the Watergate scandal for the Washington Post, they set an example for generations of journalists to come. Woodward and Ber...

Former Democratic presidential nominees have come out in support of former Vice President Joe Biden. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Former Democratic Nominees Unite Against President Trump

September 16, 2020

They might all be going down different paths in terms of their political careers, but one commonality amongst the candidates is their strong aversion to Trump.

Fordham University and the New York Police Department have a long, shared history. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Fordham Must Cut Ties to NYPD

September 16, 2020

The university must decide to whom it owes a greater loyalty — the few potential alumni donors it stands to alienate, or the countless students of color it currently alienates.

The Influence of Politics in Vaccine Race Poses Safety Risks

The Influence of Politics in Vaccine Race Poses Safety Risks

September 16, 2020

Given the highly controversial nature of Trump’s presidency, many books have been written by former members of the Trump staff and the question is whether we can believe the claims of the authors, be they positive or negative for the President.

I’m Boycotting the NFL, But Not for the Reasons You Think

I’m Boycotting the NFL, But Not for the Reasons You Think

September 16, 2020

In the NFL's indifference toward allowing fans, it ignores the danger of spreading COVID-19. It shows a blatant disregard for human life and health that, even as the league takes its first steps toward racial progress, we cannot choose to ignore.

Violence at Protests Exemplifies Need for Respect

Violence at Protests Exemplifies Need for Respect

September 16, 2020

Once the human race learns the concept of mutual respect, and how to respect each other more, we will be one step closer to living in a world where justice and peace are not merely chants or cries in the streets.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders is the latest staff member of President Trump to write a book. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Trump’s Staff’s Books Provide Insight Before Election

September 16, 2020

They are not writing about the president for their own personal gain, but because we have an election coming up and the American people deserve to be adequately informed.

A recent slew of anti-semitic incidents has drawn attention to its continued presence in 2020 (Courtesy of Flickr).

The Internet Reckons with the Rise of Anti-Semitic Crimes

September 9, 2020

The rise of anti-Semitism is extremely disappointing. However, the individuals’ ability to band together online in great enough numbers that their voices are finally heard and loud enough to bring about change shows us just how influential we are.

The Need for Clear Guidance Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Need for Clear Guidance Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

September 9, 2020

While the situation will continue to evolve over the course of the semester, the Fordham community deserves to be continually updated and informed about any new policies or modifications to existing policies.

The Black Lives Matter movement had gained immense momentum on social media over the summer (Courtesy of Twitter).

Finding Meaning in Social Media Activism

August 23, 2020

Dedicated and meaningful activism cannot end with a simply shared post, but it just might begin there.

The risks of reopening are concerns to be considered everywhere (Courtesy of Twitter).

Reopening Restaurants Is Not Worth the Risk

July 2, 2020

The push for dining inside is motivated by those who want to move on from the coronavirus, but the coronavirus has not yet moved on from us.

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