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Photo Essay: Cross-Country Runner

Photo Essay: Cross-Country Runner

October 3, 2019

California is where I am rooted and comfortable. New York is where I am challenged to be a better, more confident version of myself.

The Lumineers Premiere ‘III’ at Pier 17

The Lumineers Premiere ‘III’ at Pier 17

October 2, 2019

The Lumineers came to New York to premiere the accompanying film to their newest project, “III.” Fans packed onto the rooftop of Pier 17 for the screening and acoustic music set that followed.

New Class, New Dean, New Fordham

New Class, New Dean, New Fordham

August 25, 2019

Plenty of online lifestyle articles, high school counselors and nostalgic relatives can offer advice about adjusting to a new life on a college campus, but only few know what it’s like to be new to FCLC.  

Alumni Spotlight: Kathryn Feeney

Alumni Spotlight: Kathryn Feeney

August 25, 2019

The lifelong actress took a hiatus from performing in college, but an unexpected tragedy led her to rethink her passion.

‘Sound Like Yourself’: An Interview with Souly Had

‘Sound Like Yourself’: An Interview with Souly Had

August 13, 2019

R&B singer Souly Had went from posting an Amy Winehouse cover to being signed by her record label.

A Summer in Bermuda (in New York)

A Summer in Bermuda (in New York)

July 30, 2019

Rising FCLC junior Emma Federer's play, 'Bermuda Triangle,' was recently accepted into and performed at the New York Theatre Festival.

Rock and RAICES

Rock and RAICES

July 19, 2019

Native Sun, Stuyedeyed and Superbloom headlined a benefit concert to raise money for refugee aid.

A Tale of Two Cities: San Francisco vs. New York

A Tale of Two Cities: San Francisco vs. New York

July 18, 2019

My West Coast friends see me as a traitor for leaving the “Best Coast,” while my East Coast friends mock me for my Valley girl accent and sunny outlook — a stark contrast to the average no-nonsense, blunt New Yorker. 

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.

Rethinking New York Elections

September 26, 2018

How is it that the voice of the people so often comes to be silenced? When we think of widespread voter disenfranc...

The Official Ram Guide to Not Looking Like a Tourist

The Official Ram Guide to Not Looking Like a Tourist

August 23, 2018

To quote New York migrant Taylor Swift, “Welcome to New York — it’s been waiting for you!” You’ve...

Little Italy Seeks to Preserve Traditions

Little Italy Seeks to Preserve Traditions

September 2, 2017

The first Feast of San Gennaro celebrated in New York was held on Sept. 19, 1926, as Italian immigrants...