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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

Before the “Lumberjack the Monster” Netflix release on June 1, the film premiered in North America at the Japan Society on May 6
‘Lumberjack the Monster’ is a Wild Campy Mess
By JULIA JARAMILLO June 17, 2024
The crime thriller by Takashi Miike is a fun, wild mystery following a psychopathic lawyer on the hunt for a brain-stealing serial killer.
Set 300 years later, the film introduces some new characters such as Noa, an ape played by Owen Teague, and Mae, a human played by Freya Allen.
'Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes' Continues the Epic Trilogy
Duckart kicks off the set with his single “Older.”
Searows Plays to a Sold-Out Crowd at The Mercury Lounge
Rodrigo smiles at the crowd before making her way offstage
Olivia Rodrigo Brings Pop-Rock Star Power to Sold-Out Madison Square Garden Shows
Students for Justice in Palestine at Fordham: An Interactive Timeline
Students for Justice in Palestine at Fordham: An Interactive Timeline
May 18, 2024
190 faculty members have signed a letter which expresses solidarity with student protestors and calls for the protection of free speech.
Faculty to Pro-Palestine Students: ‘Keep Speaking Your Truth’
May 8, 2024
Members of the NYPD handled the growing crowd outside the Leon Lowenstein Center throughout the day of May 1.
NYPD Campus Presence To Persist Through Graduation
May 2, 2024
Pro-Palestine protesters inside the Lowenstein lobby warned people outside the glass they were about to be arrested.
Students are the Face of Free Speech, Positioning Administrators as the Opposition
By MANDIE-BETH CHAU

Free speech shaped higher education in the United States, but the increasingly polarized political culture has caused campuses to reevaluate...

The entire cosmetic industry has completely transformed
Saving ‘Sephora Kids’
By LOLA CRAVATH

Then and Now: An Ever-Widening Gap  Every morning, I perform a multi-stage routine: I apply face wash, serums, toners, moisturizers and a thick...

Opinions Staff Editorial: Palestinian Genocide is not a Matter of Opinion
By OPINIONS STAFF EDITORIAL

We the Opinions editors of The Observer stand with Fordham University’s chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) and the faculty...

Students for Justice in Palestine at Fordham: An Interactive Timeline
Students for Justice in Palestine at Fordham: An Interactive Timeline

UPDATE: This timeline is an updated version of the one created by Sophie Partridge-Hicks published on August 29, 2019. The software previously...

Faculty to Pro-Palestine Students: ‘Keep Speaking Your Truth’

Fordham faculty members have come forward in a show of support and solidarity for pro-Palestine student advocates as demonstrations have escalated...

Noise Complaints Interrupt Lawn Party

The Black Student Alliance (BSA), the Caribbean Students Club (CSC) and the Student Organization for Latines (SOL) collaborated to host an event...

Insights into The University’s Class of 2028

Decision day for the class of 2028 has passed. Regular decision acceptances for Fordham University’s class of 2028 were announced on March...

Fordham Students Respond to Mental Health Crisis on Subway
Fordham Students Respond to Mental Health Crisis on Subway
By RICARDO DE LA BLANCA and ALICE MORENO April 22, 2023
Fordham Observer asks students what their opinions are of Mayor Adam’s new plans to deal with mental health and homelessness across the city’s underground.
Season 12 of “American Horror Story” starred Emma Roberts as a highly ambitious actress with Kim Kardashian as her manager and best friend.
“American Horror Story” Season 12 Finale: The Delicate Conclusion Unveiled
By ANDREA RIVAS
While the first half was a heart-wrenching thriller, the finale of "American Horror Story" Season 12 ultimately left some loose ends.
Come Hear The Music Play (All Around You)
By ANDREW DEFRIN

With its vaudeville-style musical numbers, combined with a story depicting the rise of Nazism in 1920s Berlin, and set against the backdrop of...

She Has Teeth Where?
By Valerie Le
Based on the 2007 movie, the campy, horror-comedy musical follows a young girl with an unconventional power.
Taylor Swift Enters Her Poetry Era
By ANDREA RIVAS
Amidst her hit, worldwide tour, Taylor Swift released her 11th studio album "The Tortured Poets Department."
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Redden primarily played as a center back, but was moved into a defensive midfielder at times due to her aerial abilities.
Fordham Soccer Star Reflects on Career

Olivia Redden, Gabelli School of Business at Rose Hill (GSBRH) ’24 and captain of the Fordham women’s soccer team, has faced adversity in...

Fordham Baseball Falls to Fairleigh Dickinson

In the final game of a five-game homestand at Houlihan Park on Wednesday, April 24, the Fordham baseball team fell to the Fairleigh Dickinson...

Fordham Men’s Basketball Offseason Is Heating Up, Gray Gone and Zona In

The men’s basketball season may be over, but there remains much to follow in the world of Fordham men’s basketball. Although not as substantial...

Fordham Baseball Takes Series From Minutemen
The Rams won two of three games against their conference foes, earning Head Coach Kevin Leighton's 500th career win in the process.
Tinashe admires her crowd of fans, who packed nearly every inch of the two-story venue.
Tinashe Shines at Terminal 5
By MOLLY HIGGINS

New York City’s Terminal 5 was packed on Friday, Feb. 9 as R&B star Tinashe played to a sold-out crowd. The singer-songwriter’s tour...

A display of all of the Girl of the Year dolls from 2001-2023.
Icons of Girlhood: The Impact of American Girl
By SHELBY WILLIAMS, ANA KEVORKIAN, and MORGAN JOHNSON
A timeless toy with an enduring impact, the American Girl Doll comes to life at the flagship store, charming girls and women alike.
Crossword: Is This the Solve of the Summer?
Crossword: Is This the Solve of the Summer?
Warmer weather is just around the corner, Rams!
Brozio finds herself at the intersection of a plethora of identities, although she isn’t alone.
The Reality of Chinese Adoption
By HONORAH BROZIO May 9, 2024

China’s international adoption program opened to the world because of the one-child policy that spanned from 1980 to 2016. This policy disproportionately...