The problem with politics right now is not the president. Well actually– it is –but there are more important issues. There are just so many things happening all the time: people quitting, illegalities uncovered, etc. The problem is not these things alone, it’s just that nobody cares about anything anymore. So many shocking things have happened in the past years that would have given our grandparents aneurysms that we are desensitized to. When the president making death threats on Twitter becomes normal, there’s a problem. If somebody told me that today Donald Trump claimed he owns South America, frankly, I would probably believe them without batting an eye. Let us take a look back through the timeline of these past four years, shall we?
Hey what is up you guys, before we get into the meat of the article I would appreciate if you right now went to Spotify or YouTube and started playing (on repeat) “Try Everything” by Shakira from the Zootopia Soundtrack. I think you’ll find it fits the theme of this article very nicely, thanks.
As of late, there has been a lot of push for the complete deletion of plastic straws from our lives. While I do support any kind of plastic reduction, I cannot entirely get behind the plastic straw upheaval because it alienates those who need plastic straws and to an extent, claims that we only need to get rid of straws.
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Whether referred to as the Spagelli School of Spaghetti, or the Bagelli School of Bagels, chances are you are probably familiar with Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business. Or maybe you are not (in which case you are probably better off). However, for those of you who are familiar with Gabelli, maybe even a Gabellian yourself, you still may stand to learn a few things from this exposé. I have undergone a covert investigation intended to uncover the true ins and outs of Fordham’s renowned business school. What I found will shock the laymen and perhaps even rattle the Gabellians.
If you want to completely replace U.S. capitalism with an entirely different socialist society with free college, free healthcare, and cut off trade with many foreign countries, you are in luck. As of Tuesday, February 19, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is running for president of the United States in 2020. In order to increase his number of supporters, Bernie had to throw a few low blows at current President Donald Trump, calling him “the most dangerous president in modern American history,” and he didn’t stop there.
It’s been an interesting time at Fordham recently. Fordham made a surprise appearance at Michael Cohen’s congressional testimony and his letter to Fr. McShane launched some pretty good memes.
I found the underwear. I just didn’t find the boxers. I found 600 pairs of boxer briefs in varying styles, colors, fabrics, and thicknesses. I found boxer briefs with moisture-wicking fabric for when your balls get too sweaty.
Yes, being a Midwesterner is exactly the painful existence it is made out to be. Days are short and cold, so essentially we wake up, pretend to be happy and polite, and then go right back to bed.
Unless you’re going to office hours for philosophy, most of the students here at Rose Hill might never set foot in the building. But for other students on campus, Collins Hall has achieved semi-mythical status. It’s home.
At risk of sounding like everyone’s technology-hating dads, the instantaneous accessibility offered by the internet is both a blessing and a curse. From boy bands to politicians, it has never been easier for the masses to group together with like-minded people in order to spread their toxic ideas.