This past week, the Fordham student body did something that was at once surprisingly inspiring, slightly pathetic, and painfully thirsty. After reaching the finals of a Tinder “swipe-off” to win a concert with Juice WRLD and Charlie XCX, we did the impossible and actually won something.
n the wake of Bernie Sanders’ 2016 Campaign for President in the Democratic primary and especially in the aftermath of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s (D-NY) election to the United States Congress, Democratic Socialism is seeming to enjoy its moment in the sun.
Recently campus has begun to realize its true beauty. Spring is here, colleagues!
Sometimes, you just want to save a couple extra bucks on makeup, especially if you’re like me and wear makeup almost every day. But DON’T DO THAT. JUST DON’T.
Last Wednesday, Apr. 10, 2019, I had the honor of being the guest of Senator-hopeful Rich Shrestha and current-Senator Matthew Heutel to Fordham University’s 2019 Student Government “Meet the Candidates” Event in the McGinley Ballroom.
On Saturday, April 13, Fordham University’s Jumpstart Program held their annual Jumpstart for a Day Celebration.
Jumpstart is a nationwide organization that provides early literacy and social-emotional resources to preschool students in low-income districts with the aim of ensuring that every child will enter kindergarten ready to succeed.
As many of you may know, Fordham University just won TinderU’s #SwipeOff contest. This contest, in many ways inspired by the March Madness tournament, pits universities across the country against each other to see which one has the highest ratio of “swipe rights”. The winner of the competition gets a free concert, with the performer(s) this year being popular rapper Juice WRLD and British artist Charli XCX.
At the time of this writing, Apr. 14, 2019, Sean Kingston is scheduled to perform as Fordham University’s Spring Weekend Headliner. However, allegations that have recently come to light have cast doubt on the performance.
The next time your waiting for your next class in the basement of Keating Hall get up from the squishy lounge chairs and take a walk around the perimeter. Look at the walls and consider your peers’ artwork, some of it is quite good.
If you were to tell me 4 years ago that Jordan Peele, co-star of a sketch comedy show, who made ridiculously funny jokes and satire, could make a truly scary movie that would completely screw with us, I would have laughed in your face.