Al Gore is almost unique among Tennessee politicians, and among Southerners in general. In his words, “I’m the only vegan cattle rancher you know.”
In one incredible 30-minute sequence on Wednesday, March 13, Fordham men’s basketball, Jeff Goodman, and Barstool Fordham all made spectacular asses out of themselves.
On the heels of scandals including the sexual abuse of nuns and guidelines for priests who father secret children, the Catholic Church has been at the focal point of controversy this month.
On 23rd June 2016, the voters of the United Kingdom voted for “Brexit”, or a plan to leave the European Union, by a 52 – 48 percent margin. The lead up to this vote was marred by allegations of Russian Interference and Accusations of lying on part of the Leave side. In
It’s the remix to ignition, coming straight out of prison. Artist R. Kelly was arrested on Friday, February 22nd on at least ten counts of sexual abuse, some of which involved underage girls. This is not our friend Robert’s first rodeo in court. R. Kelly has been involved in an illegal marriage, many abuse scandals (some of which are on video), and is supposedly at least a couple hundred-thousand dollars in debt and facing eviction.
It has been almost nine months since President Donald Trump and Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un met in Sentosa, Singapore, and it seems as if North Korea has been completely dismissed as a threat in the interim. Trump and Kim’s summit in 2018 may not have denuclearized the peninsula but it did reduce the probability of war – bigly.
Before February 13th I was about -10% confident in my abilities to help someone in a resuscitation emergency. Did I take a CPR class in middle school? Sure. Have I watched almost every episode of Grey’s Anatomy? Yes, of course.
By the time she was 9 years old, Mireille Twayigira had been walking for two-thirds of her life. 6 years, 4,600 kilometers – the distance from New York to Los Angeles.
Everyone remembers lining up outside the nurse’s office in first grade, hair tied up in pigtails, lunchbox in hand, waiting to get their hair combed through for the infamous lice check. It was terrifying, sitting in that plastic chair with an old lady’s fingers ripping through the knots in your hair, waiting for what seemed like hours to see if you could go to recess or if you had to go home.
Last Monday, Fordham had the pleasure of welcoming legendary activist Angela Davis to speak in McGinley 2nd. Ms. Davis was, and is still, a prominent activist within the Black Power Movement, The Communist Party, and the movement to free the Soledad Brothers in California.