By Abby Delk Copy Chief My roommates and I have a big chalkboard in our…
By Destin Piagentini Recently, I was fortunate enough to sit down with Jason and Jordan…
Forty-six years ago, Italian-born French singer, Nino Ferrer, the “Don Quixote of French Show Business” released Nino and Radiah et Led Sud. In this album, Ferrer, along with Radiah Frye, who accompanies him on the tracks, explores an idealized American South.
This story begins with my mother.I don’t mean that in the sense that she’s my mother and gave birth to me and therefore all stories must begin with her. I’m not feeling that existential. Rather, it begins with her advice to me while I was moving in to college.
I tried to write this deadit so many times and in so many different ways, but nothing ever felt right. Maybe it’s because this goodbye just isn’t right. The abruptness at which we had to leave and the uncertainty of the future have made this goodbye incredibly difficult. So, in a manner that is only befitting of a future early childhood special education teacher, here is my goodbye to the paper and to Fordham, in the style of the children’s book Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown.
I’ve put off writing this for quite some time. Maybe it’s because the pandemic stole my
motivation to write. Maybe it’s because I can’t figure out what to say. Partially it’s because I’m
lazy. But I know that mostly it’s because it’s hard to say good-bye to one of the most positive
experiences of my undergraduate education.
by Hope Guzzle Earwax Editor Today it is impossible to ignore the social mobilization and…
I am angry. I am heartbroken. I am done.
I am done telling my Black friends, colleagues, and family members that I am there for them, that I stand with them, and that I fight for them. I need to do more. I need to hold myself accountable.
The protests that have rocked the United States since the May 25th murder of an unarmed black man, George Floyd, by an officer with a history of abuse complaints, stand as testimony to the ceaseless and unending horror of police violence towards African Americans in this country.
To The Editor: With the rise of the Far-Right and Radical-Right, we not only have been experiencing the growth of “Survival-of-the-Fittest” Social Darwinist ideology but we also get their growing cold-hearted desire to abolish all of them which they try to keep a secret from the American people