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Black Panther Will Win Best Picture

Black Panther Will Win Best Picture

February 19, 2019

It is also not an inconceivable notion that, after having so much controversy surrounding the Oscars’ fairness towards the race of nominees, it might just be a much-needed shot in the arm of the Academy if they let a film as black as “Black Panther” take home the biggest win of the night.

Staff Editorial: Let’s Be Adults About Contraception

Staff Editorial: Let’s Be Adults About Contraception

February 12, 2019

Fordham chooses to simply pretend that students don’t have sex, and have no need for preventative sexual health resources like condoms and birth control pills.

Going the Distance

Going the Distance

February 12, 2019

She’s the cutest thing I’ve ever laid eyes on, the kind of person who could get that bust of Leon Lowenstein to crack a smile. Oh, and she’s six hours away by bus.

We Need Healthier Relationships on LGB-TV

We Need Healthier Relationships on LGB-TV

February 12, 2019

Seeing someone with your sexuality or gender identity can inspire, and it shows people that they too have the capacity to be just as happy and successful.

You Can Pry Romance Movies from My Cold, Dead Hands

You Can Pry Romance Movies from My Cold, Dead Hands

February 12, 2019

It’s one thing if rom-coms just aren’t your thing. It’s a whole other rodeo to make hating rom-coms your brand. And if loving rom-coms is wrong, I don’t want to be right.

Compatibility Is Killing You

Compatibility Is Killing You

February 12, 2019

Befriending or dating someone who is ridiculously similar to yourself is an underfunded science for the hopeless romantics with no reputable backing.

Staff Editorial: Fordham Fails Black Students

Staff Editorial: Fordham Fails Black Students

February 6, 2019

New York may be our campus, but it certainly doesn’t look like our school.

A Look Into the Declared Female Candidates for the 2020 Election

A Look Into the Declared Female Candidates for the 2020 Election

February 6, 2019

With more than one prominent female candidate, “playing the female-card” is out. The policies of these women will take center stage.

SATIRE – Budget Troubles Lead to USG Shutdown

SATIRE – Budget Troubles Lead to USG Shutdown

February 6, 2019

As of Thursday, Feb. 5, United Student Government (USG) has been in a state of partial shutdown for 47 consecutive days. This breaks the previous record of two days in 2013, when the USG President at the time lost his keys. Shockingly, Austin Tong, Gabelli School of Business ’21, is not at fault this time.

The Progressives Aren’t Progressive

The Progressives Aren’t Progressive

February 6, 2019

Here’s why a few of the potential and affirmed Democratic candidates for the 2020 election do not actually represent a progressive vision.

SATIRE  –  Voulez-Vous Change? : The Case for ABBA-narchy

SATIRE – Voulez-Vous Change? : The Case for ABBA-narchy

February 6, 2019

My proposition is simple: instead of letting Russia exert influence on our elections and our lawmakers, we should let Sweden take the reins.

2020 Vision

2020 Vision

February 6, 2019

While we are much too early in the process to accurately predict how primaries will go, we can point to some interesting analysis as to how this already-crowded primary will proceed.