5:19 AM- We leave the house, 19 minutes behind schedule. I feel bad because yesterday my dad and I were talking about how we were going to leave at 5 AM sharp, unless the ladies slowed us down.
When I think of the working class and who really has their best interests at heart, a single name keeps crossing my mind and I can’t stop seeing their smiling face.
It’s not César Chávez, who organized migrant farm workers in California and Florida in the 1960s and 1970s.
Jerry Seinfeld. Loving husband, father of four, and Emmy-nominated stand-up comedian. Noted for his iconic commentary: “what’s the DEAL with AIRLINE food??” Seinfeld has accomplished many great feats in his life, well known for his self-titled sitcom, Seinfeld, co-written with Larry David. But what happens when you give Jerry Seinfeld complete control of a children’s movie? You get The Bee Movie.
The other day, I walked into my 8:30 class on a cloudy Febraury morning just to be greeted by a sea of Fordham students wearing baseball hats. I realized that very few things make angrier than people wearing baseball hats for no reason.
Every Wednesday at 3:45pm I wave goodbye to my roommate, leave my apartment, carefully choose a playlist, and blast it as I make my way through Belmont. About 15 minutes later, I casually slide onto a couch in the waiting room of my therapist’s office.
In the wake of the Parkland shooting, students from all over the country have risen up to protest the government’s refusal to enact sensible gun legislation and finally start protecting American schools.
Astrology is real. Trust me, I hecking know it. I write all of the horoscopes for this publication, and you bet your sweet little bum that they come true. I know an Aquarius who fell and ripped his knee open and guess what— the horoscope I wrote said that would happen
On February 1, 2018, Kylie Jenner revealed that she had her firstborn child, Stormi Webster, announcing it via text image, followed by a 10-minute long video documenting her pregnancy journey.
It’s the dead of winter, folks, and you know what that means: snow that melts within twenty minutes of it falling, the lack of motivation to get out of bed in the morning (ok that’s every season, but it’s worse in the winter), and the flu. You have probably seen announcements going around using scary words like “epidemic” and “health advisory.”
It’s rare that the paper ventures into the world of sports. And by rare, I mean almost never. But as a dedicated fan of Fordham basketball who also has access to a printing press, it is my constitutional duty to put everyone on blast for the apathy that surrounds the basketball teams at this school.