Two Editors Discuss the Newest Cybertruck by Jack Archambault & Noah Kotlarek When you were…
How hard do you think it would be to find a yellow turtleneck? Whatever you think the answer is, I’m here to tell you that it’s much, much harder.
To say that I’ve been on some bad teams in my life is an understatement. Aside from an unprecedented run of three straight undefeated seasons in elementary school rec soccer, my lifetime winning percentage in sports is probably somewhere around .350. When I got to college, I thought I’d make friends with kids who are great at sports. I would taste intramural glory, and my cup would runneth over with the spoils of victory. Instead, I joined the paper, Pep Band, and the intramural part … let’s just say has gone in a different direction.
By Jack Archambault Editor-in-Chief Weezer’s new single “The End of the Game” from their upcoming…
In his annual address to the University community regarding Fordham’s standing in the latest college rankings, Fr. McShane led with an old favorite: “I am writing to report on this year’s University rankings, in which I’m afraid we’ve had mixed success.” The Rankings Email always begins with this line, or some variation of it, such as 2018’s “I am writing to report that it has been a mixed week for Fordham in the rankings,” or 2017’s tragic, “Unfortunately, Fordham dipped from 60 to 61.”
The best meal is dessert, the best dessert is ice cream, and the best ice cream is made in Waterbury, Vermont by Ben & Jerry’s.
Ben & Jerry’s was founded in 1978 by childhood friends Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, and it has gone from a single shop in Burlington, VT to over 500 shops worldwide.
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.
GMA did not want us at their show. And they were going to rub our faces in it.
When you go grocery shopping this time next year, make sure to bring your reusable bags. New York lawmakers agreed Friday to a ban on single-use plastic bags from retail sales, making it the second state to enact such a ban after California, which did so in 2016. New York’s ban will go into effect March 1, 2020.
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.