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North Pole Marathon Frozen by Political Conflict

North Pole Marathon Frozen by Political Conflict

April 30, 2019

Last month, Jonathan Pang, Fordham College at Lincoln Center ’19, traveled to the arctic to compete in the North Pole Marathon. Unfortunately, due to political conflict between Russia and Ukraine, the race was cancelled. Pang is excited to return to the race next year.

Taking a Look at Club Sports: Women’s Club Rugby

Taking a Look at Club Sports: Women’s Club Rugby

April 30, 2019

Fordham Lincoln Center is not a particularly athletic campus. While Fordham is an NCAA Division I school, a...

Lather Not: Say Nope to Antibacterial Soap

Lather Not: Say Nope to Antibacterial Soap

April 30, 2019

In every Fordham Lincoln Center bathroom, there is an antibacterial hand soap dispenser. From bacterial resistance to harmful long term effects, antibacterial soaps do more harm than good.

Refrigerator Spring Cleaning

Refrigerator Spring Cleaning

April 9, 2019

Don’t let spring cleaning stop at your fridge. Learn how to save space, money and make the most out of the few groceries you have with Lena Weidenbruch’s easy spring recipes for college students.

Fordham Rallies to Sweep St. Joe’s

Fordham Rallies to Sweep St. Joe’s

April 9, 2019

After losing two of three games to URI, Fordham responded this weekend in a sweep against St. Joe’s. Assistant Sports and Health Editor Patrick Moquin analyzes the weekend series, highlighting moments and performances integral to the Rams’ success.

Dairy Is Out: How To Make Your Own Almond Milk or Oat Milk

Dairy Is Out: How To Make Your Own Almond Milk or Oat Milk

April 9, 2019

Avoid buying carton after carton of your favorite milk alternative and start making your own almond or oat milk by reading Luke Osborn’s, Sports and Health Editor, tips and tricks.

Living for Laughs: How Comedy Can Positively Impact Your Mental Health

Living for Laughs: How Comedy Can Positively Impact Your Mental Health

April 9, 2019

Comedy might be a good outlet for those with mental health issues. Fordham psychologist Elizabeth Clark remarks on how to effectively incorporate your mental health experiences into comedy, and Emily Krichmar, Fordham College at Lincoln Center '21, tells her experience doing so.

Not a King’s Court

Not a King’s Court

March 31, 2019

Patrick Moquin, assistant sports and health editor, looks back on women’s basketball’s incredible season and highlights their unappreciated talent.

Notes from a Reluctant Runner

Notes from a Reluctant Runner

March 30, 2019

Grace Getman, Assistant Opinions Editor, accounts her experience as a reluctant runner and gives three tips on how to become a consistent runner.

Baseball Runs Circles Around St. Bonaventure

Baseball Runs Circles Around St. Bonaventure

March 30, 2019

In their first week of conference play, Fordham baseball impressed against St. Bonaventure University. Assistant Sports and Health Editor Patrick Moquin provides in-depth game summaries from the weekend, as well as an analysis of Fordham’s prospects down the line.

Fordham Baseball Dominant in Hometown Event

Fordham Baseball Dominant in Hometown Event

March 18, 2019

If the round robin weekend demonstrates anything, it is that this team has its fair share of talent. As Fordham comes closer and closer towards conference play, it will be interesting to see if this group of players can continue to combine their efforts as the competition increases in quality.

The Rundown on Sneakers: Is Your Shoe Right For You?

The Rundown on Sneakers: Is Your Shoe Right For You?

March 14, 2019

You don’t need to be a professional athlete to wear specialized running shoes. Brands like Nike, Adidas, and Brooks carry many different models of shoes made for all different kinds of feet.