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There Is More Than Enough Citizenship to Go Around

There Is More Than Enough Citizenship to Go Around

December 6, 2018

As an American citizen, I am grateful and proud to share the benefits of citizenship with anyone who calls this country home.

Suffering from FOMO? Here’s What You Should Really Fear

Suffering from FOMO? Here’s What You Should Really Fear

December 5, 2018

Taking a moment to slow down in a city so fast is healthy.

Bananas Are the Devil’s Fruit

Bananas Are the Devil’s Fruit

December 5, 2018

Big Apple, meet Big Banana.

Victoria’s Secret, It’s Time to Make a Change

Victoria’s Secret, It’s Time to Make a Change

December 5, 2018

As I looked around at all the women my age calling themselves “fat” and “hideous,” I began to look at myself in that same light.

Free Speech Belongs on College Campuses

Free Speech Belongs on College Campuses

December 5, 2018

It is possible to sit in a room with someone you disagree with and discuss what the issues are and then walk out of that room as friends.

What Not to Say During the Holidays

What Not to Say During the Holidays

December 5, 2018

Spending holidays alone does not make you a scrooge, nor does it mean you are shunning your own family.

Staff Editorial: Rise Above DeVos’s Proposal

Staff Editorial: Rise Above DeVos’s Proposal

December 5, 2018

A university blind to subtlety and unreceptive to the complicated situations of its students is home to no one.

DeVos’s New Title IX Proposal Is Fair for Everyone

DeVos’s New Title IX Proposal Is Fair for Everyone

December 4, 2018

By utilizing the higher standard of “clear and convincing evidence,” DeVos rightfully raises the burden of proof in order to make investigations more closely resemble a true criminal trial.

What Democrats Can Learn from the Midterms

What Democrats Can Learn from the Midterms

November 18, 2018

But where does the party go from here, and is the Democratic Party still on the right track to take back the White House in 2020? The two-word answer to these crucial questions: It’s complicated.

Fordham Hasn’t Learned Its Lesson on Trans Rights

Fordham Hasn’t Learned Its Lesson on Trans Rights

November 16, 2018

The student body has called on Fordham to do the right thing, and the administration has hung up.

Halloween Retrospective: Why You Still Can’t Dress as “Mexican”

Halloween Retrospective: Why You Still Can’t Dress as “Mexican”

November 16, 2018

Chad, I hear you. But your freedom of expression does not supercede the right to dignity and respect for every American and their culture.

The Minimum Wage Increase, Its Victors and Its Next Steps

The Minimum Wage Increase, Its Victors and Its Next Steps

November 14, 2018

If not for the bad press, outrage, and organized response from students, Fordham would get away with paying poverty wages to the student workers they already burden with student debt and tenuous working conditions.

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