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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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Surrounding buildings of the Bortolami Gallery in Soho
Museum Moments: Bortolami in SoHo’s Gallery Strip
By AUDREY CRATE and OLIVIA SOBCZYK February 21, 2024
Explore modern art at Bortolami Gallery's 39 Walker St. location in Soho, New York, showcasing artists Eric Wesley and Rebecca Morris.
Over 40 years later, Baldwin’s writing remains relevant to societal issues the United States faces today.
A Beginner’s Guide to James Baldwin
Fordham’s IT department rolls out AI tools to enhance learning and admin tasks, emphasizing responsible usage in classrooms.
IT Launches New AI Tools
Marjorie Eliot’s Harlem apartment concerts began as an avenue of grief after a family tragedy.
Parlor Entertainment Nears 30 Years of Jazz Therapy
ResLife’s policy which prohibits residents from signing in overnight guests of the opposite gender is outdated and illogical.
ResLife’s Overnight Guest Policy Is Outdated
By AVERY GRAFELD
College is a space of experimentation, and the same-sex guest’s policy stigmatizes sex, intentional or not.
I Hate Netflix, and You Should Too
By BRETT DALIS
Customers are inconvenienced by streaming service's business choices because profit is prioritized over customer satisfaction.
Fordham seniors grapple with a paradoxical job market as overall job growth clashes with mass tech layoffs, creating uncertainty for graduating students in the face of economic shifts.
Graduating Seniors Face Uncertain Job Market Conditions
A new report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics demonstrates job growth, but students are still navigating the evolving job market.
Orlando Rodriguez, Proponent of Restorative Justice and Peace Activism, Dies at 81
The beloved professor emeritus left an impact on the Fordham and New York City community through his advocacy work.
Anti-Racism Advisory Hosts Inaugural Beloved Community Celebration
Fordham’s Anti-Racism Advisory hosts inaugural Beloved Community Celebration, fostering dialogue on social justice and equality.
Queer Students Now Eligible To Donate Blood
Queer Fordham University students express intent to donate blood at upcoming blood drive, following a change in FDA regulations.
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.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s tweet in support of “Barbie” illustrates the corporate feminism which underpins the “snub” discourse.
‘Barbie’ Wasn’t Snubbed at the Oscars
By CHARLIE KUSTER
The online outrage about Barbie's lack of nominations is reductive toward the various accomplishments of women in film in 2023.
Saving Daylight Saving Time
By EMILY DAVIS
Daylight saving time disrupts college students’ mental health and study habits. Legislation should make it permanent for year-round benefits.
Insight From a Fordham Climate Protestor
By KENNY MOLL
Insight from a Fordham climate protestor suggests collective action to demand climate justice can be an effective method of bringing about change.
An Ode to Hoarding
By ANA WINSTON

One of my most treasured possessions is a shirt. Specifically, it’s a Custo Barcelona top from the ’90s that once belonged to my aunt. The...

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The film documents moments spanning from the tour’s entirety, illustrating the wide scope of the “Renaissance” era.
Welcome to the Renaissance — A Film by Beyoncé
Following a period of such isolation, Beyoncé reminds viewers that we should release it all and not let anything or anyone break our souls.
‘Fool Me Once’ Is An Addictive Netflix Mystery
Riddled with lies, mysteries and manipulations, the hit show "Fool Me Once" is an exciting thriller that keeps the viewer entertained.
Winterfest 2024: Ricky Montgomery’s Private Concert Before Heading to Terminal 5
The 11th annual Winterfest hosted in the Pope Auditorium features soul-stirring melodies and mesmerizing blends of musical styles.
The 2024 Grammys: Controversies and Celebrations
Album announcements, surprise appearances and duets made this year's Grammy Awards in Los Angeles a memorable one.
Curator Stephen Apicella-Hitchcock highlighted the range of emotions De Andrade Ledesma captured in his series of 18 black and white photographs.
‘Carcelén’ Opens in Fordham’s Lipani Gallery
By MADELEINE SIGNORE
This January, Venezuelan photographer, Joel De Andrade Ledesma debuts his exhibit “Carcelén” at Fordham’s Lipani Gallery.
Women in Music: Reneé Rapp
Women in Music: Reneé Rapp
By MOLLY HIGGINS
Reneé Rapp played to a nearly sold-out crowd of adoring fans at Terminal 5, solidifying her status as an up-and-coming pop star to watch
Crossword: Bath and Body Words
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This crossword is es-scent-ially fantastic.
Berk takes the reader through her own personal dating experiences and the lessons she learned with each one.
Fordham Senior Debuts New Book
By CAROLINE SENSENIG November 18, 2023
Carrie Berk, FCLC ’24, shares her past relationships and heartbreaks and the journey to self-love in her new book “My Real Life Rom-Com.”
The Rams lost two tough contests in a row, extending their losing record.
Fordham Women’s Basketball Loses Back-to-Back Games, 54-47 and 79-60
Fordham Women’s Basketball faces back-to-back losses, impacting their standing in the A10 conference.
Fordham Updates Respiratory Illness Guidelines
Amid rising respiratory illnesses in NYC, Fordham updates guidelines. University Health Services emphasizes prevention and offers testing resources.
What’s Going on With Men’s Basketball?
With a few simple fixes, sharper execution, and a healthy roster, brighter horizons may be ahead for the Rams.
Fordham is gearing up for its Atlantic 10 (A10) conference schedule, which begins in early January.
Four Wins, Four Losses: Four Weeks Until Atlantic 10 Play
Academy Award-winning actor and former junior varsity basketball player at Fordham Denzel Washington, FCLC ’77, is known for his elegant and refined fashion sense
From Fordham Basketball to Fashion Icon
The Rams struggled to find its rhythm on offense, scoring their lowest point total since the first week of the season and scoring 13 of their 16 points in the fourth quarter.
Lafayette Beats Fordham Football, 24-16
Fordham split its first two regular season games, overcoming a second half deficit in the first to beat Wagner, but failing to complete a comeback against Cornell in the second.
A Tale of Two Games: Men’s Basketball Starts the Season
The Rams defense held off the Bison in Bucknells final attempts to turn over the score. 
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Fordham Football Defeats Bucknell Bison, 27-21
Fordham Athletics reported a sold out stadium for the Family Weekend game, as Fordham fans from all over filled Moglia Stadium to enjoy the picturesque weather and cheer on the Rams.
Holy Cross Defeats Fordham Football on Family Weekend, 49-47
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