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New York: Putting the ‘in’ in Dining

Customers sitting outside dining at Nobu restaurant
By AASTHA AGGARWAL September 30, 2020
Indoor dining is set to open on Sept. 30 at 25% capacity for restaurants in New York City following months without it.

Stand-Up at Home: Stove’s Comedy Club’s First Livestream of Fall 2020

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Stove's Cabin Crew did their first performance of the fall semester over Zoom for the entertainment of cooped-up students.

A 10-Block Walk for Change

Illustration of an empty storefront for art on the ave
By SAFET BEKTESEVIC September 30, 2020
“Art on the Ave” will fill empty storefronts with art and offer pedestrians a free, physically distanced gallery walk along Columbus Avenue.

Celebrating Latinx Heritage Month at Fordham

Latinx Heritage Month is still in full swing despite the pandemic, with events happening online and in-person.
By VANESSA SCACALOSSI September 29, 2020
Fordham’s Latinx Heritage Committee and SOL are celebrating Latinx Heritage Month through a variety of online and socially distant events.

Beats and Breakthroughs: Tycho Reflects on the Music-Making Process

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By PATRICIA ANGELES September 25, 2020
Grammy-nominated musician and producer Tycho stalked about headlining the virtual ABRACADABRA music festival.

Exploring Fordham’s Movie Streaming Platforms

a laptop sits on a dorm bench with the movie streaming site
By VANESSA SCACALOSSI September 20, 2020
Vanessa Scacalossi takes readers through some of her favorite movies available to stream on Kanopy and Swank, two services free to students.

Returning to the Movies for ‘Tenet’

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By KEVIN STOLL September 18, 2020
Kevin Stoll review's Christopher Nolan's latest blockbuster "Tenet," as theaters slowly start to reopen with coronavirus safety restrictions

Fordham Visual Arts: From Classroom to ‘Class-Zoom’

a laptop amongst art supplies at a visual arts student's desk
By KEVIN STOLL September 17, 2020
Fordham’s visual arts community adapts to a "pandemic way of life" and making visual arts classes accessible to students across the world.

Parks With Possibilities

sun shining through the trees in a park
By KRISTEN SKINNER September 16, 2020
Spending a great deal of time online means outdoor spaces are more important than ever. Read about some of the boroughs' best parks.

Broadway Star Anthony Ramos’ Quarantine Reflections

Anthony Ramos and two students share a zoom screenshot
By ISABELLA GONZALEZ September 15, 2020
The Campus Activities Board hosted a Q&A over Zoom with actor Anthony Ramos, who offered valuable insights into his career.

Playlist: Wake Me Up For Online School

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Four writers came together to compile the ultimate "wake up" playlist to get you ready in the morning for online classes.

A Reimagined Memorial: Table of Silence Photo Gallery

two dancers dressed in white in front of a fountain for table of silence
The 9/11 Table of Silence Project, presented by Buglisi Dance Theatre and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, featured socially-distanced choreography this year.
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