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Senior Ball

“What the hell am I going to wear to Senior Ball?” That is the question every Fordham senior is currently contemplating. At Fordham, the student-run… 489 more words

NYC

Rowing Strong to Start Spring

By Alexandra Sedlak

On Saturday, March 28, the Fordham rowing squad opened its spring season, despite the imperfect weather conditions. The team competed at the 2015 Murphy Cup on the Cooper River. 396 more words

Sports

Baseball Takes Two of Three from Davidson

By Sam Belden

Since the beginning of conference play, Fordham baseball has been very busy. In a three- game series on the road against Richmond, the Rams were overmatched. 722 more words

Sports

Rethinking Costly Resume Enhancers

By Margarita Artoglou

As college students, we have a lot to do, a lot to think about and a lot to pay for. Student debt is constantly a hot topic of conversation. 686 more words

Opinion

How Administrators Caused a Culture of Apathy

By Frank Sivilli

This is a piece that has been long in the making. It upsets me to think just how long.

It seems I have had issues with the Office of Student Leadership and Community Development (OSLCD) and the Office of Student Life (OSL) since the day I first became a student leader. 1,347 more words

Opinion

Golf Gearing Up for A-10s

By Sam Belden (Assistant Sports Editor)

With less than two weeks standing between it and the Atlantic 10 Championships, Fordham Golf has been searching for some momentum over the past two weeks. 576 more words

Sports

Mother Nature Plaguing Spring

By Drew Casey

NCAA baseball and softball do not attract large crowds in the Northeast, in part because of the weather.
In order to complete the season relatively close to graduation at many universities, the NCAA baseball and softball seasons begin in early February and conclude by mid-June. 438 more words

Sports