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Light-up souvenir popcorn bucket offered to moviegoers. These sold out during the early showing, making it so there were none left on opening night.
A Marvel Movie Opening Night Experience: ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’
By RILEY KRAUS November 30, 2022
Marvel movie opening nights haven’t been the same since the 10-year leadup to the “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Avengers: Endgame.”
Explore the Green Spaces of NYC With The Observer
Explore the Green Spaces of NYC With The Observer
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ALDN Doesn't Want to be Famous
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BLACKSTARKIDS and The 1975 — At Their Very Best
Fordhams dining policies are not conducive to a healthy relationship with food.
Does Fordham Promote Healthy Eating Habits?
By KELLY SCHWINT

Content warning: discussion of eating disorders. As a first-year student, I arrived at Fordham full of worries about adjusting to life in...

It's Time To Say Bye to Biopics
By BIVAS THAPA
The films are vehicles for stuffy awards, spaces for directors to be self-indulgent, and a hypocritical visual feast for the masses.
A train operator motions a peace sign to the camera after dropping the window and says Have a good day now as his train leaves.
Running the Tracks: Faces of the MTA
We intended to accurately represent the faces of the transit employees in an effort to bring attention to their work and lives.
Students and Staff React to 2022 Midterm Elections
The 2022 U.S. general midterm elections, which concluded on Nov. 8, highlighted multiple issues on ballots across the nation and consisted of tight electoral races between candidates that determined governorships and party controls for the House and Senate.
Fordham Hosts UN Event for Pope Francis’ World Day of the Poor
On behalf of Fordham, Schwalbenberg and Hincapié first presented the 2022 issue of the Pope Francis Global Poverty Index, a global multidimensional poverty measure.
Explore the Grand Bazaar on 77th Street
By LAUREN BOCALAN April 26, 2022
The Grand Bazaar, one of NYC's largest curated weekly markets, features over 100 vendors, creating a one-of-a-kind experience.
Staff Diversity Report: Fall 2022
Staff Diversity Report: Fall 2022
By ALLIE STOFER, MADDIE SANDHOLM, EMILY ELLIS, KREENA VORA, and ALEXA STEGMULLER
In this report, you will find an examination of the diversity of our staff — examined along lines of ethnicity, sexuality, financial need and other factors.
Your Guide to NYC Lesbian Bars
By JESSICA YU
As of 2021, there are only 21 lesbian bars remaining in the United States and only three in New York City.
Is FLC’s Library Underfunded or Underused?
By MADELEINE BAMFORD
There are over 2 million books, over 50,000 journals, over 60,000 e-books and many staff librarians waiting for students.
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The Fashion Studies Program Looks Forward: Professor Allison Pfingst in Conversation
Allison Pfingst talks about Fordham's fashion studies programs and her goal to increase the number of students enrolled in it.
‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Revives Phase 4 of Marvel
"Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" is a strong addition to the lackluster Marvel Cinematic Universe's Phase 4.
Alexander 23 Puts on a ‘Party’ at Brooklyn Steel
With an early encore and dirty Air Force 1s, Alexander 23’s charismatic pop rock concert awed audience members at Brooklyn Steel on Oct. 25.
‘Beetlejuice’ Will Lower Its Curtain One Last Time in January
“Beetlejuice” the musical makes many improvements to a well-loved classic. It’s no surprise that it has become so adored online.
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Central Park in Popular Media
By ALICE MORENO, CAILEY KOCH, and KATHERINE HOHMAN
Central Park is home to many iconic locations featured in media like "When Harry Met Sally," "Spiderman 3" and "13 Going on 30."
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Behind the Scenes at Blood Manor, The Scariest Attraction in NYC
By KIA FATAHI
The 10,000 square feet of themed rooms, hallways and corridors of Blood Manor are famous for terrifying New Yorkers to the max.
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The Fashion Studies Program Looks Forward: Professor Allison Pfingst in Conversation
By MADELEINE SIGNORE November 22, 2022
Allison Pfingst talks about Fordham's fashion studies programs and her goal to increase the number of students enrolled in it.
Tim DeMorat, FCRH 23, led the Rams to victory, breaking numerous records along the way
Fordham Football Defeats Colgate University in Regular Season Finale, 52-38
The Rams beat their conference foes, earning an FCS playoffs berth. Fordham will seek to continue its outstanding season, led by its offense.
Quisenberry and Rams Blow Doors off New Hampshire, 79-61
The Fordham men's basketball bounced back and emphatically put down the UNH Wildcats in a fast-paced matchup at Rose Hill.
Fordham Football Tramples Lafayette Leopards, 45-10
The Fordham football team continues its success against Lafayette in the wake of a loss to Holy Cross which jeopardized playoff ambitions.
The Rams struggled offensively, but were still able to rack up 22 points in the second quarter.
Women’s Basketball Loses to Maryland Terrapins
French phenom Caroline Garcia emerged from the Finals as the victor, winning the championship match 7-6, 6-4.
WTA Finals: A Recap
Interim Head Coach Candice Green huddles with her players during a timeout. Nov. 7 was Greens first game as Head Coach for the Rams.
DeWolfe powers Fordham to resounding victory over Yale Bulldogs, 80-67
The womens basketball team has a reputation that may prove difficult to uphold this season.
Fordham Women’s Basketball 2022-23 Season Preview
Georgia Tech transfer Khalid Moore, GSAS 22, begins his drive. Moore shot 8-for-11 in the season opener, scoring 18 points.
Men’s Basketball Shines in Season Opener Against Dartmouth
The Fordham mens basketball season begins on Nov. 7.
High Expectations for Men’s Basketball Heading Into 2022-23 Season
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