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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.

With everyone indoors, the streets are empty. (Courtesy of Ava Lichter for The Fordham Ram)

Trapped at Home While Outside Is a Ghost World

April 22, 2020

The empty sidewalks don’t let me forget what is happening even for a second.

A quarantine of New York City would be a frightening reality. (Courtesy of Twitter)

NYC Quarantine Would Pose More Questions than Answers

April 15, 2020

The logistics of locking down what is essentially the capital of the world, and a city of 8 million, are complicated, to say the least.

One writer describes the turmoil his home country is experiencing. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Coronavirus Struggles in Italy, My Second Home

March 25, 2020

I pray for Italy and for the health and safety of her wonderful people and my beautiful hometown of Soverato.

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