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It’s Time to Take a Break From Instagram

It’s Time to Take a Break From Instagram

February 5, 2020

The attention your posts get may make you feel noticed and good about yourself, but don’t let this become your basis of self-worth

UZORNIKOVA: A Guide to the Human Beings in Your Lecture

UZORNIKOVA: A Guide to the Human Beings in Your Lecture

February 5, 2020

As a writer for The Observer, I observe. And what better place for objective observation than a lecture hall...

Fordham Financial Aid: The Sound and the Fury

Fordham Financial Aid: The Sound and the Fury

February 5, 2020

In front of Lincoln Center stands a statue of St. Ignatius in a quaint park. He benevolently watches o...

BERNABEI: New York on Hot Seat over Gun Rules

BERNABEI: New York on Hot Seat over Gun Rules

February 5, 2020

For years, New York’s gun laws have not only violated the Second Amendment, but also common sense and basic principles of firearm safety.

Keto Food for Thought: Stop Complaining About the Dining Room

Keto Food for Thought: Stop Complaining About the Dining Room

February 3, 2020

Fordham students should recognize how lucky we are to possess daily access to such a high quantity of high quality food.

Flesh and Blood: A Post-Post MLK Day Reflection

Flesh and Blood: A Post-Post MLK Day Reflection

January 28, 2020

The hero narrative is an important part of the human search for meaning, but it can also be used to exculpate, as it provides exoneration from the responsibility of moral accountability. 

Has Fordham Lived Up to Its Expectations?

Has Fordham Lived Up to Its Expectations?

January 28, 2020

It’s as if in our minds, we had expected a Fordham University different than the one that we got.

Deadly Equivalency: How ‘Balanced Journalism’ Can Be Anything But

Deadly Equivalency: How ‘Balanced Journalism’ Can Be Anything But

January 27, 2020

Climate change denial is not a political opinion deserving equal recognition, but instead a dangerous misinformation campaign that actively misleads the public.

Staff Editorial: Setting a New High Water Mark in Communication

Staff Editorial: Setting a New High Water Mark in Communication

January 22, 2020

Adopting a communication strategy that is proactive rather than reactive benefits all and hurts none. 

Fordham Students Don’t Need a Class to Learn How to Swim

Fordham Students Don’t Need a Class to Learn How to Swim

January 22, 2020

Columbia graduates learn in a pool, but here at Fordham, where New York City is our campus, the flooding streets are our water source.

We Came, We Saw, We Were Conquered by Fordham’s Apathy Toward Classics

We Came, We Saw, We Were Conquered by Fordham’s Apathy Toward Classics

January 22, 2020

My major classes are rarely, if ever, offered at Lincoln Center. It’s a dead language and a dying major.

Breaking the Ice: The Case for Icebreakers

Breaking the Ice: The Case for Icebreakers

January 22, 2020

Icebreakers are your personal business ventures; wield your pick with panache to produce your polished persona.