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Metro-North Changes Make Commuting Easier From The Bronx

Metro-North Changes Make Commuting Easier From The Bronx

March 22, 2019

Fordham station lies in a predominately black and Latin-American community. Many, along with Stringer, believe that the old policy was the result of institutional racism, and aimed to make mobility for minority communities more difficult.

Rwandan Genocide Survivor Brings Hope to Campus

Rwandan Genocide Survivor Brings Hope to Campus

March 7, 2019

Dr. Mireille Twayigira was just two years old when her home country descended into chaos. Twenty-five years later, she visited Fordham University Lincoln Center to share her experiences as a refugee in central Africa.

Metropolitan Turmoil Authority

Metropolitan Turmoil Authority

November 7, 2018

Together, de Blasio and Cuomo don’t even know who’s paying the $30 billion for the repairs that need to be made.

“Won’t Stop Until It Rains Glass”

“Won’t Stop Until It Rains Glass”

January 24, 2018

It has undeniably been a year of profound demonstration for Fordham University, New York City and the greater p...

Best Place to Ice Skate This Holiday Season

Best Place to Ice Skate This Holiday Season

January 5, 2018

By MARIELLE SARMIENTO Staff Writer Tis the season for the holidays, and there is no place more fe...

Coffee Crawling Around the City

Coffee Crawling Around the City

October 12, 2017

Coffee is such a sweet word. The vowels flow into each other, resembling hot water pouring through the...

Latin America Is Only A Subway Stop Away

September 30, 2017

By ALYANA VERA Staff Writer Latinx Heritage Month officially started on Friday, September 15 and ...

My First Night at the Brooklyn Bridge

My First Night at the Brooklyn Bridge

September 27, 2017

The energy in the Plaza felt like an arena before a concert. Orientation leaders (OLs) were stationed ac...

Spring into September with These Arts Events

Spring into September with These Arts Events

September 15, 2017

Word on the street is that this fall will bring plenty of exciting events to NYC. For those who don’t...

Five Cool Food Places to Try this Semester

September 1, 2017

By SAM DEASSIS Arts & Culture Editor For foodies and dessert lovers like myself, there is no place better than New York City to delve into some edible adventures. With countless restaurants coming up with new, interesting ways to serve classic food items, it is pretty much impossible to get bored of the culinary creat...

Getting Out of Your Head Freshman Year

August 29, 2017

By BESSIE RUBINSTEIN Assistant Arts & Culture Editor College is the time to meet new people. The time to figure out what you’re passionate about and pursue it with a safety net. The time to work hard, go out and have fun. Even for the most responsible students, all of these options can be hard to balance. If weigh...

Your Ticket to Cheap Concerts in NYC This Spring

Your Ticket to Cheap Concerts in NYC This Spring

March 28, 2017

New York City is teeming with small yet reputable music venues that often host affordable concerts. For...