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America’s Choice of Bedfellows: Iran or Israel?

America’s Choice of Bedfellows: Iran or Israel?

Negotiations mean more semi-stable relations with Iran and a more viable option than several more decades of aggression and proxy violence.

Choosing Not to Vaccinate Puts Everyone at Risk

Choosing Not to Vaccinate Puts Everyone at Risk

Any law mandating vaccinations is critical to the health of our nation because unvaccinated individuals put everyone at risk for diseases, not just themselves.

Snuff Films: When Freedom of Speech Goes Too Far

In late Dec. 2014, Jordanian pilot First Lt Moaz al-Kasasbeh crashed in ISIS-controlled territory and became their next victim. When demands were not met by the Jordanian government, al-Kasasbeh faced an incredibly gruesome death: being set on fire while locked inside of a cage.

The American Dream: Chopsticks or Forks?

The American Dream: Chopsticks or Forks?

Based on the memoir of chef and writer Eddie Huang, ABC’s “Fresh off the Boat” proudly proclaims that it’s a show where, yes, Asian people are the main characters.

A Possible End to Registration Woes

After months of trying to figure out a way to register Fordham College at Lincoln Center and Fordham College at Rose Hill students that makes everyone happy, the administration has finally reached a solution: simultaneous registration.

Paris Bans Action Movie Shoots: A Good Move

Paris Bans Action Movie Shoots: A Good Move

These restrictions are a step forward not only in maintaining the peace, but also in furthering the emotional recovery of the population by restoring their confidence in their local government.

Obama’s Iranian Policy: A Threat to America and Israel

Obama’s Iranian Policy: A Threat to America and Israel

At the beginning of January, President Barack Obama met with Senate Democrats in Baltimore for the Senate Democratic Issues Conference.

See Something, Say Something When Needed

Using 311 to report instances of suspicious behavior is very popular, especially in places like New York City.

S.A.G.E.S and Fordham Can Coexist, Even With Contradictory Policies

S.A.G.E.S and Fordham Can Coexist, Even With Contradictory Policies

On Nov. 3, 2014, over 1,000 Fordham University students, lead by the group S.A.G.E.S, (Students for Sex and Gender Equality and Safety) presented a petition to Fordham President Rev. Joseph McShane, S.J., demanding reform on Fordham’s strict sexual health and gender policies.

Don’t Judge A Book by Its Content

Don’t Judge A Book by Its Content

When someone asks, “What’s your favorite book?” chances are many would respond with a classic novel, so-called “real literature".