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Josh Peck Speaks at Fordham

Josh Peck Speaks at Fordham

May 2, 2018

By Alexandra Mandalakis Last Thursday, Fordham students rushed to line up for Campus Activities Board’s (CAB) Spring Weekend speaker, actor and comedian Josh Peck. Peck rose to fame through the...

The Shape of Water Impresses

The Shape of Water Impresses

January 24, 2018

By Joseph Felix I must admit, I hesitated to see this movie. While Del Toro’s resumé has encompassed blockbuster feats such as Pacific Rim and Hellboy, the idea of seeing a modern-day Creature from th...

“Gilmore Girls” Revival Divides the Fandom: Nostalgia Prevails

December 7, 2016

By Marianys Marte  The cult-classic series, “Gilmore Girls,” became the second-highest rated show for The WB network when it debuted in 2000. After seven seasons of watching Lorelai and Rory’s liv...

Webster Cafe: Time Spent in Breakfast Diner Paradise

Webster Cafe: Time Spent in Breakfast Diner Paradise

November 9, 2016

By Caitlyn Letterii and Patrick Hood  Join Caitlyn Letterii, a manic pixie dream girl, and Patrick Hood, a hooker with a heart of gold, as they explore and critique the cheap eats available around the Bronx and Rose Hill campus. Sin...

Putting Ansel’s Latest Cronut to the Taste Test

Putting Ansel’s Latest Cronut to the Taste Test

April 6, 2016

By Noelle Khan The cronut, a $5.50 flaky twist on your favorite pastries, has the layers of a warm croissant and the doughiness of a classic, sweet doughnut. My taste buds were buzzing when I learned I was fi...

Rancho Estrella: A Better, Brighter Future In The Bronx

Rancho Estrella: A Better, Brighter Future In The Bronx

April 5, 2016

By Caitlyn Letterii and Patrick Hood Located on the corner of Hughes and 187th, this secluded Mexican joint is often-overlooked by Fordham students in favor of flashier, more well-known establishme...

You’re the Bun That I Want: Burger Lodge is Here to Stay at Fordham

You’re the Bun That I Want: Burger Lodge is Here to Stay at Fordham

April 5, 2016

By Emma Nanamaker If there is anyone who knows how to feed hungry Fordham students, it is a fellow Fordham student. For the past year, sophomore and Bronx native, Ferso Ismail, has worked tirelessl...

The Value of Food: Green Planet Exhibit

The Value of Food: Green Planet Exhibit

March 30, 2016

By Victoria Borkowski Have you ever wondered how scientists at NASA develop ways to grow food aboard space shuttles? How about where the “ugly” potatoes and tomatoes go when they arrive in superma...

Cornrow Kenny Can Do No Wrong

Cornrow Kenny Can Do No Wrong

March 9, 2016

By Jack McLoone No one saw Kendrick Lamar’s newest EP, untitled unmastered. coming. Dropping at 11 p.m. on a Thursday was disruptive enough to be memorable, even if the album is just lackluster. But it is most c...

The Oscars in Review: Red Carpets and Racial Tensions

The Oscars in Review: Red Carpets and Racial Tensions

March 9, 2016

By Katherine Kelly   While many Hollywood royals were busy glamming for their big night, other industry veterans ridiculed and protested the 88th Academy Awards for the lack of diversity in nominees. Racial tensions in America are at the ...

Brunch at Anthony David’s

Brunch at Anthony David’s

March 9, 2016

By Noelle Khan  Young women in leather jackets, velvet black hats and perfectly polished nails pose with large white mugs filled with piping hot lattes. Among the loud chatter, little children sip on freshly squeeze...

“Fuller House”

“Fuller House”

March 9, 2016

By Katherine Mobilia When I first found out that “Full House” was returning with a new show, cleverly and appropriately titled “Fuller House,” I was excited and curious to see how Netflix would pull this off. Once it was released, I sat down and ...

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