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A Side-By-Side Comparison of RHA’s Old and New Constitutions

Over the summer, the Office of Residential Life rewrote nearly every section of the old Residence Hall Association (RHA) Constitution, dissolving former club positions,...

Concert Spotlight Review: VÉRITÉ

By NICOLE SHAPIRO Staff Writer VÉRITÉ is a local New York alternative-pop artist who has made a name for herself after much hard work and determination....

A.S. King: Her Lecture for Writers, By a Writer

By ZOE SINKAUS Contributing Writer Whether or not you’re a fan of author A.S. King, her lecture on October 2nd was something every aspiring writer should...

Is it Time for An Indigenous Peoples’ Day?

By KATHERINE SMITH Asst. News Editor In many schools across New York City, classes are canceled on the second Monday of October to celebrate Columbus Day,...

Members of Fordham Community React to Hurricane Maria

By CATHERINE TADIN Contributing Writer Hurricane Maria made landfall on Sept. 20 around 6:15 am AST on the southeastern part of Puerto Rico as a Category...

Office of Residential Life Drafts New RHA Constitution, Spurns Former E-Board

By COLIN SHEELEY News Editor On April 19, 2017, the executive board members of last year’s Residence Hall Association (RHA) met with RHA adviser Frank McAlpin...

Fordham Lincoln Center’s Robert Moses Statue Debate Continues

By STEPHAN KOZUB News Editor Robert Moses was still planning, arguing for a Long Island-Manhattan Expressway down the middle of 30th Street as he sat in...

“Magnolia” Blossoms on the Fordham Stage

By KEVIN CHRISTOPHER ROBLES Contributing Writer The characters of the latest play to grace the stage of Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC), Regina Taylor’s “Magnolia,”...

Strollin’ Through Central Park

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By RUBY GARA Contributing Writer Living in the Big Apple often inspires a craving for adventure. New York is our campus, and Central Park is a...

First Poets Out Loud Event Welcomes New Faces

BY JEFFREY UMBRELL Asst. Features Editor “I learned language from eggs,” said poet, novelist and editor Melissa Castillo-Garsow,  explaining the significance, for her, of everyday objects....