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Condemned To Be Free (My Obituary)

The quest for deciphering the purpose of life was not lost on Joseph Michael Di Marius, who died last week at the age of 90. An avid adherent to the Kierkegaardian model of Christian existentialist philosophy, Di Marius was prone to standing on the edges of cliffs and tall buildings, inducing a sense of smallness and disorientation. 711 more words

Sweet Angel Sweet Potatoes: a Hannah Ervin Creation

This is a super healthy, super versatile, and super tasty recipe.

By Claire Nunez
Editor-at-Large

During the spring semester, I went to my good pal,  376 more words

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Fordham's First Model UN Conference is a Success

This article originally appeared on Fordham’s the paper’s website. It can be found here

This past weekend, Fordham University held its first Model United Nations Conference, otherwise known as FORMUNC, at our Lincoln Center campus.  628 more words

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It's Not a Phase Mom: Asexuality is Real

Asexuality is real! Don’t write it off.

By Claire Nunez
Opinions Co-Editor

Let me introduce myself. My name is Claire.  I am a rising junior at Fordham studying Political Science and New Media and Digital Design.   858 more words

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