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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

a graphic showing a daily cumulative COVID-19 case count at Fordhams Lincoln Center and Rose Hill campuses
Lincoln Center COVID-19 Case Count Rises to Highest Number Yet
By ALLIE STOFER and MARYAM BESHARA September 24, 2021
As the Lincoln Center COVID-19 case count has risen, students have struggled to navigate the university's shifting health recommendations.
girl works out in the McMahon fitness center
Fitness Center in McMahon Hall Reopens After Long-Term Closure
at the met gala, a crowd of people
Who We Met and Missed at the Met Gala 2021
Korean class with professor standing at front of classroom
Free Korean Classes Prove Popular Among Students
Jake Eraca and mother with cancer with his siblings
Mommy Has Cancer, Not a Cold
By JAKE ERACA
My mother was diagnosed with cancer when I was 9. She didn't hide it from us, and children should know when big change will soon affect them.
So You’ve Tested Positive for COVID-19 — Now What?
By ISABELLA SCIPIONI
Fully vaccinated students have tested positive for COVID-19. Fordham residents should be prepared for the university's quarantine procedures.
girl works out in the McMahon fitness center
Fitness Center in McMahon Hall Reopens After Long-Term Closure
The fitness center in McMahon Hall reopened for the first time in a year after closing as a result of New York public health recommendations.
Free Korean Classes Prove Popular Among Students
Two Korean language classes and one Korean culture class are being offered to Fordham Lincoln Center students throughout the fall semester.
Remembering 9/11 in New York, 20 Years Later
On the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, people gathered at ground zero to pay respects to those who lost their lives two decades ago.
Fordham Hosts Screening of ‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’
The Fordham Center on Religion and Culture hosted an advance screening of "The Eyes of Tammy Faye" with a panel featuring Jessica Chastain.
35 Questions with Dean Laura Auricchio
By MATEO SOLIS PRADA and ALISON ETTINGER-DELONG March 22, 2021
Learn more about Dean Auricchio’s neighborhood favorites, her advice for Fordham students, her Instagram and more.
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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Sliding Scale Fines and Why Criminal Justice Reform Needs To Adjust to Civil Law
By CLARA GERLACH
Civil law reforms, such as the implementation of sliding scale fines, are necessary step in creating a more equitable and fair government.
Why You Should Be Glad Fordham Doesn’t Have Greek Life
By ISABELLA SCIPIONI
Fordham's lack of Greek life is a benefit to students who are free from the toxicity, hate and social pressure Greek organizations promote.
Welcome Back to School: A Guide to Our Bittersweet Reunion After COVID-19 and Isolation
By ANGELA LOCASCIO
As Fordham students return to in-person class and come back to school, they must treat each other with respect and care for their boundaries.
Welcoming the ‘New’ New Normal
By THE OBSERVER EDITORIAL BOARD
As Fordham returns to in-person learning, students must take steps to keep to community safe and maintain the university's new "normal."
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Who We Met and Missed at the Met Gala 2021
From a cowboy hat to long grey capes, these were the best looks you could hope to spot among the crowds gathered outside the Met on Sept. 13.
Invincible’s Power Is Not His Toughness
The animated show focuses on the inner turmoil of superheroes and their relationships with their communities.
Ram Jams: The Marías' 'CINEMA'
The Marias' 'Cinema' finds them creating a world of their own. But listeners beware: upon entering that world, you might find it hard to leave.
Hey Grammys: Taylor Called, ‘Red’ Is Back
It is important to understand why Swift has chosen to give new life to her older albums as fans await the re-recording of her iconic "Red."
Playlist: Taking on New York City
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.
Taverna Kyclades Seafood and its blue signs on the street
Enclaves: Astoria, Queens
By ALEXA STEGMULLER
Astoria is filled with immense cultural history and has come to be known as one of New York City’s most vibrant neighborhoods.
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Crossword: Sip Into Fall
Want to get in the fall spirit? Play this fall drinks-themed crossword created by Kreena Vora and powered by PuzzleMe.
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Remembering 9/11 in New York, 20 Years Later
By MIA AGOSTINELLI September 22, 2021
On the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, people gathered at ground zero to pay respects to those who lost their lives two decades ago.
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Why the Delta Variant Threatens Fordham’s Return to Normalcy
COVID-19 continues to be a threat to public health, with breakthrough cases and the Delta variant threatening a desired return to normalcy.
Men's Soccer Defeats La Salle 2-1 in A10 Kickoff
The Rams launched a comeback and played stout defense against the La Salle Explorers to secure first Atlantic 10 victory of the young season.
Fordham Football Handled by Florida Atlantic in a 45-14 Rout
While the team’s 26-23 loss last week was avoidable, games against Nebraska University and Florida Atlantic were never supposed to be close.
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