November is Aviation History Month. Throughout history, airplanes have either brought death, life or commercial practicalities to people. Here is a story in which airplanes brought fear, victory and life to my grandfather’s village, neighboring villages and China during World War II.
Archive for category: Features
Chain restaurants. My least favorite adjective for my most favorite noun; the two they invoke images of mass produced, poor quality, unhealthy and bland food. However, despite my skepticism and reluctance, I was pleasantly surprised this week when I ate at Lenny’s.
On Friday Nov. 8, Typhoon Haiyan, also known as Typhoon Yolanda, wreaked havoc upon millions of civilians in the Philippine islands. To this day, the nation is still struggling to cope with the unfathomable destruction left behind.
Beard Papa’s is a bakery that specializes in cream puffs. Cream puffs are a pastry close to my heart, or more accurately, my taste buds.
With the popularity of “Catfish: The TV Show” come people who pay tribute to it through the production of parodies. One parody in particular, titled “Catfish (@MTV Parody),” was created by Dirty Teacup Productions, which consists of five female Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) students who also all happen to be roommates.
Each year on Nov. 11, the United States takes off its hat to those who have served in its military.
While all students are in the middle of their first semester of the academic year, freshmen at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) are also experiencing their first semester of college and first time adventures in the big city.
Sometimes you just need good, solid junk food. I’m not talking about potato chips or chocolate chip cookies; I’m talking about good old American classics done right, no-frills, just cooked with love and a little grease.
Nov. 13 is Sadie Hawkins Day, a day when women are encouraged to break social norms and ask men out.
For as long as I can remember, I have been an incredibly indecisive person. Naturally, Halloween is not a holiday I ever really look forward to.