The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

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Aetna Sued for LGBTQ+ Discrimination Under Student Health Plan
By CHLOE ZELCH December 9, 2021
The suit named 17 New York schools that included anti-LGBTQ+ language for infertility treatment coverage from Aetna.
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Fordham Grad Maya Addie Begins Performances as Radio City Rockette
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Fordham Lincoln Center Rings in Holiday Season With Christmas Tree Lighting
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Fordham London Program Has More to Offer Than Just Classes
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The Harmful Threat Space Junk Poses to Life on and off Earth
By MADELINE SINOVIC
Space junk is harmful to astronauts in the ISS and can damage many other objects in space, such as GPS systems, military technology and more.
Don’t Count Women Out of Your Fan Spaces
By BRIANNA DOUCETTE
Women make up a large percentage of fan groups and have a large affect even though many disparage them for liking shows superfluously.
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Fordham Hires New Director of Residential Life Greg Jones
After a long search for a new director of Residential Life due to Jenifer Campbell's promotion, Greg Jones is appointed as director.
Fordham Holds Few Events for Native and Indigenous Heritage Month
Fordham College at Lincoln Center has experienced low involvement and engagement for events celebrating Native and Indigenous Heritage Month.
Questions Remain After Sudden Termination of English Professor
Christopher Trogan was terminated on Oct. 25 following reports of racism in his English class and is preparing for potential private action.
Students React to COVID-19 Mask Wearing Policies
By ALEXA STEGMULLER November 2, 2021
Students give their thoughts on the university's mask mandate and whether they feel safe with how health regulations are enforced on campus.
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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The Lincoln Center Halal Cart: Fighting Corporate Takeover One Gyro at a Time
By GRACE THOMAS
We can all agree that in these challenging — and, dare I say, unprecedented — times, we need a hero, often in the form of halal cart food.
NYC Parks: Refreshing Green Spaces or Classist Battlefields?
By JAKE ERACA
Parks located in college-centric areas have become synonymous with students who use them as safe havens for illicit activities of all kinds.
Living, in New York
By JESSICA YU
If taking advantage of the city means spending all your savings on drinks at rooftop bars, it feels like New York is taking advantage of you.
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Fordham Grad Maya Addie Begins Performances as Radio City Rockette
Maya Addie is one of the newest members of the Radio City Rockettes, and this year she is performing in the iconic Christmas Spectacular.
Fordham Lincoln Center Rings in Holiday Season With Christmas Tree Lighting
On Thursday, Dec. 2, students gathered in the plaza to celebrate the annual USG Christmas tree lighting, which drew a crowd of 800 students.
Fordham London Program Has More to Offer Than Just Classes
As one of the few pioneers of the London program that has taken place during COVID-19, here are some of the cultural activities that you can partake in London in the spring.
‘Winnie the Pooh,' ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ and the Power of Nostalgia
Both "Winnie the Pooh" and "Mrs. Doubtfire" present their versions of classic family movies and shows by turning them into lively musicals.
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Playlist: AAPI Voices
By SANSAN LIANG
These AAPI artists give voice to their unique perspectives through many different types of music. Listen to them via our Spotify playlist.
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Scenes of NYC in Photos
By ANDREW DRESSNER
Come on a journey around the five boroughs of NYC with The Observer, from Manhattan to the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, and even Staten Island.
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City Government Accepts Union Debt Relief Plan for Taxi Drivers
By AIDAN LANE November 16, 2021
After a 45-day strike, unionized taxi workers have come to an agreement with NYC on a substantial relief package to address medallion debt.
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Fordham Women’s Basketball Defeats Princeton, 76-67
The Fordham Women's Basketball team won with a nine-point lead despite a sudden turnaround from Princeton in the last two minutes of the game.
Fordham Men’s Basketball Falls 83-69 to St. John’s Red Storm
The Rams could not overcome the Red Storm's onslaught. Fordham narrowed their lead to single digits, but were not able to defeat St. John's.
Remembering the Legacy of Marie Clark Taylor, Ph.D., a Trailblazing Female Botanist of Color
Marie Clark Taylor, the first Black woman to earn a degree in botany, did so with a science doctorate from Fordham University's GSAS in 1941.
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