Connected Cooking

By Sara McDonough | October 15, 2020

Food can offer both comfort and anxiety. Pandemic cooking provides a welcome and healthy re-setting of one writer’s relationship with food after struggling with an eating disorder.

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Journalism as Vocation

By David Gibson | October 9, 2020

New York native, Fordham graduate, and newspaper columnist Jim Dwyer passed away earlier this month. His journalistic career embodied the best of a beleaguered profession.

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Remote Observance: Being Young and Jewish in a Pandemic

By India Derewetzky | October 8, 2020

Amid the ongoing pandemic, many young Jewish Americans virtually celebrated the High Holidays. Through Tik Tok and other online platforms, they explore and share their cultural and religious identities.

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Sacred Topography and Spiritual Tourism

By Alice Isabella Sullivan | September 22, 2020

The religious art and architecture of churches and monasteries draw tourists and pilgrims to the Balkan Peninsula and the Carpathian Mountains. These sacred spaces stand as monuments to the history of Christianity in Eastern Europe.

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