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China's decision to deregulate the yuan is a matter of national sovereignty, not an attack on global markets.

China Should Maintain Control Of Its Currency

September 20, 2017

By Paula Hernandez Garaycoa According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, the recent surge in the Chinese Yuan’s (CNY) value “has hurt Chinese exporters […]” and, as a result, has China’s Central Bank expunging...

In order to protect American workers, President Trump must find innovative ways to keep businesses on U.S. soil.

Trump Must Keep Tesla on U.S. Terrain

September 20, 2017

By Collin Bonnell This past June, Tesla made a stunning announcement when it declared that it was in exploratory talks with the Shanghai Municipal Government to build a large car factory in China. While this would be r...

Hope For Houston, founded in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, is fundraising for relief efforts.

Mexico’s Harvey Aid Should Not Be Blown Aside

September 20, 2017

By Yujin Kim Harvey, the infamous, intimidating Category 4 hurricane, cut a destructive, watery swathe through Texas, stranding thousands of innocent people who are still vulnerable even now. While people were still reeli...

Instead of Hollywood addressing its issues regarding quality films, they're content using Rotten Tomatoes as a scapegoat.

Hollywood: Rotten to the Core

September 20, 2017

By Sean Franklin This summer was not good for Hollywood’s bottom line. Box office revenues fell by almost 20 percent compared to last summer, marking the lowest point for summer ticket sales in almost 15 years. Now, common s...

If you are feeling depressed and alone, just remember that there are others on campus who can relate.

The Silent Majority Does Have a Voice

September 20, 2017

By Daniel Joy If we passed each other walking to class on campus, you probably wouldn’t guess that I have clinical depression. If you’ve ever seen me perform in Collins as a member of Fordham’s Stand Up troupe, I doubt y...

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The Value in Being Vulnerable

September 14, 2017

By Taylor Shaw It’s really easy to convince ourselves not to talk to strangers; it’s been ingrained in our systems from the age of goldfish at snack time and show and tell. We’re warned against it because i...

Dean Rodgers is currently under investigation by The Office of Public Safety (Courtesy of Google).

In Defense of Dean Rodgers

September 13, 2017

  By Richard Koch At the end of August, a Fordham Resident Assistant published a statement online stating that the Dean of Students Christopher Rodgers, should resign. His unforgivable infractio...

Fordham Needs to Fix IT

Fordham Needs to Fix IT

September 13, 2017

  By Faustino Galante By no means am I a tech-savvy person. Though I can successfully navigate the Internet for illegal sport streams and can occasionally crank out somewhat pretty-looking Pow...

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The Craze of Fitness Tech

February 22, 2017

By Kathryn Wolper I’ll confess: I’m addicted to my Fitbit. I started wearing it every day in July, and days when I don’t reach my activity goals are extremely upsetting. Weekends at home prove the most detrimental to my efforts to reach 10,00...

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Fordham Versus SJP

February 15, 2017

By Marcelle Meyer Trump-era politics are generally described by the opposition in terms like “extremist,” “fascist” and “unprecedented.” We treat the current political landscape as if it is comple...

Celebrities of all different backgrounds have every right to voice their opinions on their own various platforms (Courtesy of Flickr).

Our Celebrities Will Not Be Forced Into Silence

February 15, 2017

By Brianna Allard Beyoncé, Amy Schumer, Katie Perry, Demi Lovato, Kim Kardashian, Lena Dunham — at first it may seem like these celebrities have nothing in common, but as of recently, they have all been very vocal about their views on politics. Additionall...

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The Utopia of Tomorrow?

January 25, 2017

By Briana Scalia   While human civilization continues to make tremendous progress in technology and standards of living over the past decades, one aspect that has not been questioned over the past years is the idea of ear...

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