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The Silly Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The conference drew over 200 students and 85 industry professionals.
Fordham Hosts Inaugural Marketing Careers Conference
By ANDREA RIVAS April 15, 2024
The conference aimed to guide students toward long-term success in marketing careers.
Classes were in session, Ram Van shuttles traveled across the two campuses and the university’s admitted student day events were proceeding during the tremors.
4.8 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles Northeastern U.S.
Archie follows in his mother’s paw steps (?) in pursuit of a juris doctorate.
Welcome, Archie!
The two campus newspapers discuss the logistics of a major merger.
The Observer and The Ram to Merge in a Fully Legal and Unsuspicious Manner
The university’s go-to-destination for sushi and boba classics leads many astray with its misleading name.
Rolls and Bowls is Not What You Think It Is
By ABBY GRUNZINGER, Fun and Shames Editor
I think it’s high time that Fordham stops discriminating against people for whom ‘roll’ is a habitual verb and not a piece of raw fish wrapped up in seaweed.
Ice Spice: Fordham’s Next Honorary Doctorate
By ANA WINSTON, Asst. Facts Editor
Spice is a Bronx-born icon that embodies Jesuit values.
Dean of Gabelli School of Business Lerzan Aksoy leads the search committee for the inaugural position.
Fordham ‘Elevates’ Chief Diversity Officer Role to Vice President Position
The decision stemmed from the administration's goal to prioritize equity and inclusion in all policies, programs and university practices.
Walgreens and CVS To Sell Abortion Pill In-Stores
Select Walgreens and CVS locations will begin selling mifepristone, an abortion pill, in the coming weeks.
Ozempic Sparks Frenzy Over Prescription Weight Loss Drugs
Ozempic has become an increasingly popular diabetes medication after its approval in 2017.
New York City Housing Market Continues To Tighten
Public officials are tasked with effectively controlling rent prices and new housing developments to address the shortage of affordable housing.
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.
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.
‘Marisol’ Tells an Apocalyptic Bronx Tale
By CHRISTINA IOANNIDES
Senior Fabiola Arias reimagines José Rivera's 1992 play "Marisol" following a Latina woman on a surrealist journey in the Bronx
‘The Medea Thing.’ Reimagines the Sin and Sacrifice of a Woman Scorned
By NORA KINNEY
The classic Greek enchantress chases revenges and agency in the 1970s in this reimagined version of "Medea."
Don’t Pass Up On the Culture Pass
By TARA LENTELL
As a collaboration between the city's libraries, Culture Pass offers a convient and affordable way for people to experience the city.
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Fordham fell to Loyola Chicago for the second time this season, with a late three-point play by the Ramblers sending the Rams home this time around.
Women’s Basketball Fails to Advance in First Round of A10
Fordham fell to Loyola Chicago for the second time this season, with a late three-point play by the Ramblers sending the Rams home this time around.
Men’s Basketball Escapes with Victory in Opening Round of A10 Championship
Fordham Rams clinch overtime victory against Davidson Wildcats, advancing in A10 Championship after a thrilling buzzer-beater tie.
Fordham Rolls to Back-to-Back Wins as Regular Season Winds Down
Fordham Men’s Basketball ignites a late-season surge with back-to-back victories, fueled by spirited crowds and thrilling comebacks.
Women’s Basketball Extend Win Streak to Six
Fordham Women’s Basketball extends win streak to six, defeating A10-leading Saint Joseph’s Hawks in thrilling victory.
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.
Surrounding buildings of the Bortolami Gallery in Soho
Museum Moments: Bortolami in SoHo’s Gallery Strip
By AUDREY CRATE and OLIVIA SOBCZYK
Explore modern art at Bortolami Gallery's 39 Walker St. location in Soho, New York, showcasing artists Eric Wesley and Rebecca Morris.
Crosswords: Spring Break
Crosswords: Spring Break
Spring Break is coming up! Almost there, Rams.
Once dismissed as a “far-fetched dream,” Natalie Butt says she hopes her tenure as a Rockette brings joy to New Yorker’s holiday traditions.
Ailey Student Seals Second Season as A New Yory City Rockette
By GABRIELLA GUTIERREZ March 1, 2024
Natalie Butt, FCLC ’24, speaks on her experiences balancing school and dancing as a Rockette at the Radio City Music Hall.

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