In an email letter addressed to the Fordham Family, President of the University Rev. Joseph McShane, S.J., spoke not about the preparations for Holy Week or the upcoming Easter holiday, but of campus sexual assault.

By: CONNOR MANNION Asst. News Co-Editor Published: March 26th, 2015 The event, named “Back in the Iron Closet” began with a clip from an ABC Nightline news...


Leighton Magoon: "The idea of a collective student body coming together to make a college campus the best it could be was a powerful thought."

Jacob Azriylant: "In our duty to remain united, we have a mandate to progress forward."

With Spring Break over and only a little over a month left of classes, elections season is now approaching.

With United Student Government (USG) elections on April 8 and 9, it’s an important time for students to think about who they want to have represent their interests in the coming year, a decision not to be taken lightly.


As the many school districts across the nation become more progressive, they are coming to terms with the inconsistent results that standardized tests (ironically) provide.


For many, American politics is a very sensitive subject. But for approximately 5 million viewers from the ages 16 to 24 on Netflix, the show “House of Cards” has successfully turned this hesitant view of American politics around.


Each year, tech companies will make a point to refresh either the design or internal specs of their most popular products.


Following several years of questionable trades and mismanagement, the New York Jets have made major changes over this offseason, including firing Head Coach Rex Ryan and trading for embattled wide receiver Brandon Marshall.