The Real Roach Lives of Martyr’s Court

It was my first night in Martyrs Court Jogues, the integrated science learning community. After a long day of exploring campus and having information thrown at me, there was nothing more that I wanted to do than take a shower. I got all ready, put my soap and shampoo in a shower caddy, and pulled the bathroom curtain to the side. Staring up at me was one of the most dreaded organisms that could be prowling through a living space: a roach. 

The Pros of People Watching

As people, we are always watching, constantly viewing and consuming the world around us. However, it’s even more interesting to watch people in real life instead of virtually, but not in the Joe Goldberg sort of every-step-you-take type of stalking. It’s more about observing the human experience.

Pasteurization Without Representation

The scene is Kinzer, PA, Rainbow Acres Farm, April 20, 2010, 5 AM. Owned and operated by Daniel Allgyer, an Amish farmer who ran a Pennsylvania-based buyers’ club titled Grassfed On the Hill. Also on the farm are two FDA agents, two armed U.S. Marshals, and a state trooper. They’re about to execute a search warrant that allows them to search the entire farm, except for the private residence.

A Look Back at the Most Memorable Moments of the Year at Fordham

One of Fordham University’s most hallowed traditions is Fordham students’ performative trashing of this very institution. We’ve all done it in some form or another, some people more than others. And, to be fair, the Jesuit University of New York© provides lots of ammunition for its students, who can often be quite creative about their critiques, due to those fine Jesuit values imparted by the Core Curriculum.