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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

Trendy But Deadly: The Brazilian Butt Lift
Trendy But Deadly: The Brazilian Butt Lift
By GABRIELLA BERMUDEZ August 6, 2022

Whether in fashion, music or, more recently, body type, social media has played a large role in creating short-lasting trends. While idealized...

Women in Music: ’90s Alternative
Women in Music: ’90s Alternative
Vin Scully in Brooklyn
Vin Scully, Legendary Sports Broadcaster and Fordham Alum, Dies at 94
While many predicted nominees missed out on the recognition, some major streaming services pulled in record breaking nominations this year.
Emmy Awards to Celebrate the ‘Golden Age of Television’
A view of McKeon Hall from the Plaza at night.
Fordham’s Best Dorm, McKeon Hall
By CHRISTA TIPTON-NIGRO
Despite its flaws, McKeon Hall is the best college dorm at Fordham University, and maybe even in all of New York.
The Democratic Party Is Not Going To Save Us
By ISABELLA SCIPIONI
The Democratic Party has sat idly by as the Republican Party strips vulnerable populations of rights guaranteed by the Constitution.
BREAKING: Fordham Adopts New COVID-19 Protocols for the Fall 2022 Semester
BREAKING: Fordham Adopts New COVID-19 Protocols for the Fall 2022 Semester
For the first time since the university closed in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Fordham campuses will be open to non-Fordham visitors and guests, as well as to university-sponsored external events, beginning on Sept. 1.
Fordham Students Report Struggles With Class Registration
When registering, some students expressed dissatisfaction with the registration process and explained the additional steps they took to try and ensure a calmer experience.
Former Fordham President Gives Public Address at Historic Church
Former University President McShane gave his final public address as Fordham's president to graduating members of Abyssinian's congregation.
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.
School’s Out, But Gun Violence Remains
School’s Out, But Gun Violence Remains
By ROSALINE STOYKOV
If the law supports the assertion that guns are more important than the lives they take, people will act accordingly.
A Girl, a Sword and a Symbol of Empowerment
By ANGELA LOCASCIO
My interest in King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table inspired me to learn how to use a sword.
A West Side Story: On the Birth of Fordham Lincoln Center
By GRACE GETMAN
Without active reminders, the history of urban development and the reminder that the very spaces we inhabit are ideologized are too frequently lost.
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Lea Michele Replaces Beanie Feldstein in ‘Funny Girl’ Revival
On July 11, it was announced that actress Lea Michele would be taking over the role of Fanny Brice starting September 6.
‘Notre Dame de Paris’: So Good, It’s Sinful
“Notre Dame de Paris” rightfully takes its place among the incredible performances gracing Lincoln Center's storied plaza.
Emlyn and Opener Aria Lisslo: Firsts at Mercury Lounge
On June 29, Emlyn performed at the Mercury Lounge live music bar on the Lower East Side for her first American headlining show.
A Definitive Ranking of the Five Disney Channel Original Movies I Watched in Spring 2022
From best to worst, I have ranked the five Disney Channel Original Movies I’ve tackled in my dorm room this past semester.
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Playlist: Celebrating LGBTQ+ Artists
By LAUREN BOCALAN

As Pride Month comes to a close, it is essential to continue to celebrate LGBTQ+ artists. The musicians on this playlist don’t hold back when...

Spectators viewing the commencement ceremony
Moments of Fordham University’s 2022 Commencement Ceremony.
By ALICE MORENO
The extremely hot weather, with a high of 88 degrees, didn’t stop anyone — not even Fordham University’s graduating class of 2022.
Students wait to board the Ram Van which makes 570 round trips each week between both campuses.
The Ram Van: A Driving Force for Intercampus Connections
By QUINCY REYES May 15, 2022
In addition to providing transportation to classes, the Ram Van has also allowed students the opportunity to become involved with activities and extracurriculars not offered at their home campus.
people meditating
Cardio, Weights and Mindfulness

It is easy to simplify working out as a set of physically demanding tasks that cause you to break a sweat because you are pushing your body beyond...

Women’s Basketball Head Coach Stephanie Gaitley Leaves Fordham After 11 Years
Stephanie Gaitley, women’s basketball head coach, has left Fordham University, according to a statement released from Fordham Athletics on June 30, 2022.
Fordham Baseball Keeps Postseason Hopes Alive in St. Bonaventure Sweep
The Rams swept St. Bonaventure to stay alive in pursuit of a spot in the Atlantic 10 Championship. They now stand at 9-12 in conference play.
Fordham Ambulance Corps
‘The Will of God’: How Fordham Threw Itself At World War I
batter and catcher
Fordham Baseball Drops Crucial Series to St. Joe’s
President Harry Truman rings the new Victory Bell in its new home at Rose Hill
Sounding the Victory Bell: The Story of a Repurposed Artifact in the Bronx
The field that would become Jack Coffey Field, overlooking the Rose Hill Gymnasium.
Coffey Break: The History of Rose Hill’s Athletic Field
chuba ohams smiling in a hallway
The Bronx Is Tough, You Grow Up Fast
Neptune and Urgo
Fordham Men’s Basketball Hires Keith Urgo as Next Head Coach
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