The Observer

Fordham Starts Strong Against Iona

Fordham Starts Strong Against Iona

By PATRICK MOQUIN, Asst. Sports & Health Editor

March 10, 2019

When facing a hapless opponent, the goal in baseball is to perform at a reasonable level without becoming complacent given the easy going. And perform is exactly what they did, defeating the 0–10 Gaels by a score of 9–2.

Fordham Baseball Looks to Surpass Third-Place Finish

Fordham Baseball Looks to Surpass Third-Place Finish

By PATRICK MOQUIN, Asst. Sports & Health Editor

March 7, 2019

With a mixed roster of old and new talent, can Fordham baseball continue their winning tradition and finally conquer the Atlantic 10?

Fordham Basketball Player Suffers Minor Stroke, Out for Rest of Season

Fordham Basketball Player Suffers Minor Stroke, Out for Rest of Season

By PATRICK MOQUIN, Asst. Sports & Health Editor

March 6, 2019

After three seasons with the Rams, Bunting became an integral member in his senior year, starting 23 of 28 games and providing help on both sides of the court. As the team begins their playoff run, they will have to adapt to the loss of their starting forward.

FUEMS Envisions Expansion To LC

FUEMS Envisions Expansion To LC

By LUKE OSBORN, Sports & Health Editor

March 1, 2019

The student-run Fordham University Emergency Medical Services (FUEMS) serves as first-responders to the Rose Hill community, but Alexis Verwoert, Directors of FUEMS, says the program will be expanding into Lincoln Center.

Fordham Squashes the Competition to Win Chaffee Cup

Fordham Squashes the Competition to Win Chaffee Cup

By PATRICK MOQUIN, Asst. Sports & Health Editor

February 19, 2019

Fordham Men’s Squash’s win in the CSA Team Championship marks the first championship for Fordham Athletics in the 2018-19 school year.

Meditation: More Than Just a Pose In a Silent Room

Meditation: More Than Just a Pose In a Silent Room

By LENA WEIDENBRUCH, Asst. Sports & Health Editor

February 19, 2019

Meditating on ways to reduce stress as midterms approach? So was Lena Weidenbruch, who mediated every day for a week and got the inside scoop on the stress-buster.

Debunking Myths About Birth Control

Debunking Myths About Birth Control

By LENA WEIDENBRUCH, Asst. Sports & Health Editor

February 12, 2019

Did you know that condoms are not the most effective way to prevent pregnancy? Neither did some of your classmates. Read more to make sure that you don’t fall prey to six common birth control myths.

Play It Safe Or Not At All: Abstinence vs. Safe Sex

Play It Safe Or Not At All: Abstinence vs. Safe Sex

By LUKE OSBORN, Sports & Health Editor

February 12, 2019

As Valentine’s Day approaches, Editor Luke Osborn examines abstinence, safe sex, and the ongoing debate between the two regarding sexual health.

What’s the Hype with CBD?

What’s the Hype with CBD?

By LUKE OSBORN, Sports & Health Editor

February 5, 2019

CBD recently exploded in the marketplace as a remedy to many ailments. Is all the hype true?

Perfect 10: Meeting Women’s B-ball Team’s Newest Phenomenon

Perfect 10: Meeting Women’s B-ball Team’s Newest Phenomenon

By PATRICK MOQUIN, Asst. Sports & Health Editor

February 5, 2019

A look at Fordham Women's Basketball star Bre Cavanaugh off the court.

Adopting Healthy Habits: Don’t Diet ’til You Try It

Adopting Healthy Habits: Don’t Diet ’til You Try It

By AIZA BHUIYAN, Staff Writer

February 5, 2019

It's the New Year, and dieting is all the rage again. However, studies suggest that fad diets don't actually help you lose weight.

How to Get Better Sleep in 2019

How to Get Better Sleep in 2019

By LUKE OSBORN, Sports & Health Editor

January 22, 2019

Young adults, aged 18 to 25, should get seven to nine hours of sleep every night. To many Fordham students, this number seems impossible, but it is worth a shot, because getting enough sleep has numerous health benefits.