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Gale Brewer and the Battle Against 7-Eleven

Gale Brewer has lived on the Upper West Side since 1970. She served as the area’s City Council member for 12 years, concluding at the end of 2013, before starting as the 27th Manhattan borough president. 1,585 more words

Plan Z- My College Plans

If there’s anything that the college process taught me, it’s that no matter how much you love Plan A, sometimes you end up with Plan Z. 677 more words

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It's Coming

Tomorrow marks the start of Easter break, and after we get back on Tuesday, it’s spring weekend, a weekend of finals, senior week and then graduation. 449 more words

My Life

The Comeback Kids with an Emerging "It" Factor

Monday, April 14, 2014 – University of Rhode Island & Binghamton University / Bronx, NY

More than a month ago, before the start of the USF Series, I wrote about how I thought we were on the cusp of a “coming out” weekend after having experienced the toughest tests of our season in Palm Springs and Orlando. 497 more words

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Cartel, Cold War Kids to Headline Spring Weekend Concert, CAB Reveals

By JOSEPH VITALE & CONNOR RYAN

Updated April 14, 12:58 p.m. — A remix DJ, a pop-punk band and an indie-rock group will share the Martyrs’ Lawn stage on April 26 as they headline Fordham’s annual Spring Weekend Concert. 309 more words

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Would I Go to Fordham Again? Honestly, ....

Hard to imagine it, but I’m nearly through with my junior year at Fordham. In the eyes of Gabelli School’s administration, I’m technically a senior already. 454 more words

The Power of a Pair of Socks

Behold the power of a pair of socks! Fordham University Senior Daniel Krug started using these feet warmers to brighten the day of a few individuals.