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Thanksgiving Traditions in Trying Times

By ALYSSA MACALUSO November 16, 2020
Thanksgiving amid a pandemic forces holiday traditions to change in order to celebrate safely.
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Fordham Students Rise Together for New Talent Show

By GABRIEL GARCIA November 15, 2020
The Office of Residential Life at Lincoln Center hosted a hybrid talent show so students on and off campus could come together for an event.
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’Tis the Season for a Virtual Dance Season at Alvin Ailey

By SOPHIA ORTEGA November 14, 2020
The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater has been curating their first-ever Virtual Winter Season, with performances spanning from Dec. 2-31.
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Ram Jams: ‘Positions’

By DYLAN ANDERSON November 12, 2020
Ariana Grande’s new album “Positions” could have been the best album of 2020, but it fell far short according to contributer Dylan Anderson.
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Fordham Celebrates Native and Indigenous Peoples’ Month

By VICKY CARMENATE November 11, 2020
Students on the Native and Indigenous People's committee at Fordham are hosting events to educate the greater community.
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Testing, Testing: New Podcasting Club Launches at FLC

By HANNAH KASKO November 10, 2020
Meet the new Fordham Podcast club that just launched its platform on YouTube with the release of its first podcasts.
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Fordham’s Spooky Season Ended In Style

By ALYSSA DAUGHDRILL November 10, 2020
On Oct. 28, the Fordham Residence Hall Association partnered with the Fashion for Philanthropy Club to host a Halloween Runway.
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Ram Jams: ‘elated!’

By GILLIAN RUSSO November 1, 2020
Bea Miller's latest EP "elated!" captures the cynicism and twisted humor of Generation Z towards the current state of the world.
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6 COVID-19 Safe Halloween Happenings in New York

By ETHAN COUGHLIN October 30, 2020
With Halloween events in the city either being cancelled or adapted due to pandemic guidlines, here are some the events fans can still enjoy.
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Is Television Still Relevant in a 2020 Election?

By ISABELLA GONZALEZ October 28, 2020
From debates to "Saturday Night Live," television has always been important to political campaigns, and this election has been no exception.
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Revolutionary Funk Radio

By VICKY CARMENATE October 28, 2020
Songs of liberation from the post-civil rights movement era still find themselves relevant in today's political climate.

The Font for the Next Four

By ETHAN COUGHLIN October 28, 2020
Arts & Culture Editor Ethan Coughlin looks at the logo designs of this election's campaigns, from fonts to utilization.