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Great with Faces, Bad with Names

October 7, 2020

There is something about working collectively with such a diverse group of people to make something real, something physical, something you can hold up on Wednesday afternoon and say, “I helped make this,” that brings people together in a way I have never experienced before.

J.K. Rowling has made headlines for her transphobic comments throughout the past year. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Reconciling the Loss of a Role Model

September 30, 2020

With her new book, Rowling is providing her driving desire to maintain her narrative as an unwanted hero for women while acting as a villain for an entire community.

There is potential for a greener future for Fordham's campus. (Courtesy of Facebook)

How Fordham Can Maintain Environmental Stability During a Damaging Pandemic

September 16, 2020

Unfortunately, Fordham’s dedication to maintaining campus environmentalism has wavered due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.


Virtually Visiting NYC Museums

September 16, 2020

Before my 10 a.m. sociology class, I decided to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET) from my home in Connecticut.

The Resilience of New York City is Alive and Well

The Resilience of New York City is Alive and Well

September 16, 2020

To make the generalization that New York City is "dead" is to miss so much of what makes New York so special.

Go to to register as an organ donor. (Courtesy of Donate Life)

When Death Lives On

September 16, 2020

We are not guaranteed every day, and to remind myself of this, I wear my green Donate Life wristband each and every day in Cody’s memory.

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.

Charlie Kaufman's adapation diverges from Ian Reid's text. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Charlie Kaufman’s Confusing “I’m Thinking of Ending Things” Departs From the Book

September 16, 2020

Though much of the original plotline was kept the same, the film diverges intensely from its source material regarding its tone, structure and overall atmosphere, resulting in a confusing and disorienting two hours and 14 minutes.

Declan McKenna just releated his newest album

Declan McKenna Avoids Sophomore Slump with Scintillating “Zeros”

September 16, 2020

Each song on “Zeros” is thought provoking, unique and leaves the listener wanting more.

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Finding Solace in Solidarity

September 9, 2020

We might all be in the same storm, but we aren't in the same boat.

“Coraline” Is Not a Scary Movie

September 9, 2020

My favorite movie from my childhood is Coraline (2009) and in all the years that I’ve been telling people this I have not once been met with a positive reaction.

Appreciating Innovation in the Fordham Community

Appreciating Innovation in the Fordham Community

April 22, 2020

Though the transition has certainly not been without difficulties, we have been able to foster a sense of unity for the Fordham community that has meant so much during a time of distancing.

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