Vice President Pence offends at most non-offensive event ever.
On Tuesday, February 6th, SpaceX launched its first Falcon Heavy rocket into space, which was mostly successful in completing its mission of shooting a Tesla Roadster into orbit around Mars.
Here at the paper, sometimes the flow of news gets slow, and instead of languishing in our own lack of stories, we then decide to make our own content. The mailroom in the McGinley basement is one of the rarely talked about, but vital services that Fordham provides.
Walter Naegle, a Fordham alumnus, was the long-term partner of Bayard Rustin, the civil rights leader who served as chief strategist of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, and mentored Dr. King in practical non-violence. In this interview, Mr. Naegle reflects on his life in NYC, the progress of LGBT rights at Fordham, and Rustin’s lasting legacy.
Kylie Jenner captivates the world with news of her baby girl
After little over a year of President “Master of Wigs” Trump being in the White House, the stock market was at record highs. Just last week during the State of the Union Address, President Trump boasted large economic gains better than anything the U.S. has ever seen. Democrats and Republicans have gone back and forth as to who is responsible for the supposed resurgence in the economy.
Trump released thousands of documents related to the JFK assassination. Here’s why. (FAKER THAN TRUTH)
CSA Hosts Their First Commuter Town Hall
At least five student protesters who participated in yesterday’s demonstrations have been suspended from campus for the duration of Spring Weekend, with one student suspended from campus indefinitely until further notice.
by Adam Hamilton Chinese President Xi Jinping’s six day state visit last week made big…