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Quarantines Act as Band-Aids on the Climate Crisis

Quarantines Act as Band-Aids on the Climate Crisis

April 1, 2020

We must find feasible solutions to global warming and pollution that work with our routines not throw them into disarray.

Tuition Refund Would Send Needed Message

Tuition Refund Would Send Needed Message

March 25, 2020

A tuition reimbursement, however small, will send a message to families that the university recognizes the difficult times ahead and is dedicated to ensuring the safety and health of students and their families.

Twitter Hits The Woah on TikTok

Twitter Hits The Woah on TikTok

February 12, 2020

So while users are carelessly scrolling through Twitter in the Starbucks line, they can also accidently participate in our democracy, learning what candidates believe and adjust their support accordingly.

Percy Jackson Musical Outgrows Itself

Percy Jackson Musical Outgrows Itself

January 12, 2020

To say I was excited to see "The Lightening Thief: The Percy Jackson the Musical," which débuted at the Longacre Theater this summer, would be an understatement. Like many my age, I grew up with the books,...

Ramped Up With Chris Parkin

Ramped Up With Chris Parkin

November 6, 2019

For this month’s “Ramped Up,” we featured Chris Parkin, FCLC ’20. Parkin, a sophomore transfer to Fordham from Oberlin College, is an aspiring musician from Cape Cod, Mass. He was one of the...

Fordham’s Cafeteria is a Little Corner of Home

Fordham’s Cafeteria is a Little Corner of Home

October 30, 2019

The cafeteria was where I got to really know my friends, not their Friday night selves dressed up and excited to go out, or the Wednesday night ones stressed and brooding in the library, but the liminal versions of them floating between work and fun.

Drink Responsibly: Plant-Based Milk

Drink Responsibly: Plant-Based Milk

October 9, 2019

The Fordham Ram researched plant-based milks and asked students to taste the milk alternatives and share their thoughts.

Fordham Students March in Foley Square for Climate Justice

Fordham Students March in Foley Square for Climate Justice

September 24, 2019

Despite classes continuing last Friday, many Fordham students made the trip to downtown Manhattan for the Climate March.

Students Embrace the Mosh at Spring Weekend Concert

Students Embrace the Mosh at Spring Weekend Concert

May 1, 2019

The students that had the most fun, however, were those that embraced the mosh pits. Instead of complaining about getting pushed, they pushed back.

Student Comedians Garner Laughs at Spring Weekend

Student Comedians Garner Laughs at Spring Weekend

May 1, 2019

SNL comedians poked subtle fun at Fordham and its students for our religious affiliation, wondering how inappropriate they were allowed to be or how godly a service called the Ram Van could be.

FET Empowers Women With Feminist Playwright

FET Empowers Women With Feminist Playwright

April 24, 2019

While a mish-mash of people and narratives, there was one unifying thread in the playwright: feminism is a framework in which all people can find a place.

The Climate is Changing and So Must We

The Climate is Changing and So Must We

April 10, 2019

We have power as consumers and voters to normalize plant-based diets, to discourage plastic use and to shame politicians that are not doing their absolute best to combat this earth-sized dilemma.

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