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OMA’s Signature Flags on the Lawn Begins LGBTQ+ History Month
By OLIVIA LEDUC October 25, 2021
OMA has organized a series of events to educate, engage and include the Fordham community during October, LGBTQ+ History Month.
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Fordham Football Escapes Lehigh Upset in 35-28 Comeback Victory
for a panel on political polarization, five speakers sit in front of an audience
Fordham Panelists Discuss Navigating Political Discourse in a Polarized Age
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Fordham Football Dismantles Bucknell in Patriot League Blowout
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Baring It All: The Injustice of Female Birth Control
By ALYSSA MACALUSO
We need more transparency and research to make birth control safer, more predictable and more targeted to the issue it is meant to address.
Don’t Beg for Oppression
By JAKE ERACA
White, cis, gay men, especially in NYC, are more privileged than others in the LGBTQ+ community but should empower the rest of the community.
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The Spotted Lanternfly Population Continues to Wreak Havoc in New York
Invasive to New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, the spotted lanternfly, is harmful to industries such as agriculture and timber.
Fordham Panelists Discuss Navigating Political Discourse in a Polarized Age
Fordham invited a panel of guests to discuss the roots of political polarization and provided insights into how to solve the problem.
Students Acclimate to New Testing Protocols on Campus
Following new testing guidelines on campus, Fordham students have differing opinions on the testing availability and convenience.
Explore The Met Cloisters
By ALEXA STEGMULLER October 3, 2021
Let The Observer take you through time and travel through an iconic museum at the Met Cloisters in Washington Heights!
Take an in-depth look at the issues facing Fordham University with Retrospect, the Official podcast of The Fordham Observer, as we interview guests, share stories and foster active debate. Hosted by Diana Silva.
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Instagram’s Starving Artist: Facing Our Hunger for Attention
By GRACE MCCARTY
No matter how effortless our pages appear, we’re all fighting like hell for our personal brands behind our usernames.
Vaccine Patent Protections and the Hypocrisy of US Health Care
By AIDAN LANE
Moderate Democrats, including Biden, continue to legislate as if health care corporations work in the best interest of the American people.
Commuters Deserve More at Fordham
By MYA ABDELWAHAB
Though Fordham's commuters have access to on campus services, many feel isolated from the community and are unable to go to social events.
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‘Beautiful World, Where Are You’ Is a Gorgeous Coming-of-Age Story
"Beautiful World, Where Are You?" is a story of life, love, relationships and alienation.
Museum of the Moving Image Features Exhibits on Famous Films
Right off the N train’s 36th Ave. station, the Museum of the Moving Image is the perfect place to learn more about the art of motion pictures.
‘No Time To Die’ Is an Eventful and Heartwarming Conclusion to Daniel Craig’s 007
"No Time To Die" acts as a stellar conclusion to this modern 007 story and allows for a fitting end to Daniel Craig's run as James Bond.
‘Burning Brighter’ French Film Festival Shines a Light on New Filmmakers
Tales of racial justice, returning home, identity and finding one’s place in the world made appearances on the big screen.
At times, we all need a break from the buzz of city life. When you hit the street, put on some headphones and listen to city-inspired tunes.
Playlist: Taking on New York City
By ALEXA STEGMULLER
At times, we all need a break from the buzz of city life. When you hit the street, put on some headphones and listen to city-inspired tunes.
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The Observer has grown since it began 40 years ago. See how much the paper has grown since 1981 by checking out "The Observer in Numbers."
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Thrown in the Deep End: Fordham Water Polo Finds Strong Mid-Season Form
By PATRICK MOQUIN October 5, 2021
Under head coach Bacharach, the Fordham water polo team has held strong through the mid-season after emerging from a year full of uncertainty.
at coffey field against lehigh, trey wilson iii
Fordham Football Escapes Lehigh Upset in 35-28 Comeback Victory
In a game that appeared to be on the side of a team that hadn't scored a touchdown in 2021, Fordham scraped by with a win against Lehigh.
Fordham Football Dismantles Bucknell in Patriot League Blowout
The Fordham Rams earned their second conference win in decisive fashion, running up the score against Bucknell with 45 first half points.
Fordham Football 2021 Season
A compilation list of The Observer's coverage of the Fordham football team this season, including home and away games.
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