The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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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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“Moss Beach” details an exploration of family and connection between its two central characters, Sasha and Maggie.
Connections and Family Relationships Unearthed in ‘Moss Beach’
Armon Mahdavi's debut indie film stunned audiences at the Lower East Side Film Festival, through its depiction of connection and loss.
‘The Last of Us’ Represents Both the Best and Worst of Us
The television adaptation of “The Last of Us” has been lauded as one of the best television shows of 2023 and its global appeal.
‘Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves’ Has Me Confused
While “Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves” features all the tropes of an action-adventure fantasy film and enough D&D lore to appeal to diehard fans, it falls short in terms of originality and substance
So Much To Scream About in ‘Scream VI’
Introducing new and familiar faces, "Scream VI" is filled with killer twists and turns, making it an improvement over its predecessor.
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Lagerfelds fashion style and use of fur had A-list celebrities such as Doja Cat (second from left) and Lil Nas X (second from right) dressed in cat-inspired costumes.
The Met Gala 2023: Cat Costuming and Picturesque Pearls
The Resident Evil 4 Remake Successfully Revives the Game in Modern Times
The Resident Evil 4 Remake Successfully Revives the Game in Modern Times
Fordham students and faculty mingle at the opening reception.
Fordham Visual Arts Department Presents Senior Showcase
“Camelot” opened on April 13 and will play at the Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center until Sept. 3.
‘Camelot’ Is a Timeless Tale
Ram Jams: Depeche Mode Transcend Tragedy with Renewed Radiance on ‘Memento Mori’
Ram Jams: Depeche Mode Transcend Tragedy with Renewed Radiance on ‘Memento Mori’
“Memento Mori” sees Depeche Mode marrying the darkness while harkening back to old tricks for refreshingly new and simplistic effects
Ram Jams: Fall Out Boy, New Album and Era
March 24 marked the release of Fall Out Boy’s (FOB) eighth studio album, “So Much (for) Stardust,” the first after a five-year hiatus.
NCT Dream Lights Up Prudential Center in Green
Green lights fill the Prudential Center as South Korean boy band NCT Dream performs in Newark while on their first ever U.S. tour.
Ram Jams: Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Fordham Lincoln Center
Deemed by many fans to be her magnum opus, Lana Del Rey’s newest album is a intimate exploration of love and fear of abandonment.
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Fordham students gather around Mollin and Chen on Fordham’s Outdoor Plaza to participate in a video.
‘Have No Fear, the Crew Is Here’
By CAROLINE SENSENIG April 28, 2023
The members of the Have No Fear Crew hope their viewers perceive them as a group of friends appreciating their time at Fordham.
‘La Cocina’ detailed nuances of labor exploitation set in a New York City restaurant kitchen.
World Premiere of ‘La Cocina’ Leaves the Stage Sizzling
Fordham Mainstage's final production of the year depicts the overlooked, the overworked, and the underpaid in the service industry.
‘Copland Dance Episodes’: A Nod to the Golden Age of American Film
Justin Peck gives the audience a taste of the midcentury in his first evening-length work with the New York City Ballet
He’s an Actor, He’s a Host, He’s Elliott Fullam!
At the beginning of a very promising career, we take a journey into the art and voice behind the rising star, Elliot Fullam.
Miss West Virginia Teen USA Takes on Fordham Dance Team and Big City Dreams
The responsibility of representing her state as Miss WV Teen USA requires her to learn how to balance life as a student, dancer and leader. For Kitchen, there is no such thing as looking back on the “no’s.”
‘How to Defend Yourself’ Is the Play Gen Z Needs
"How to Defend Yourself" stunned audiences in its initial premiere in NYC, the play discusses the important aspects of young adulthood.
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Time Landscape opened 13 years after Alan Sonfist proposed the project to the city.
Time Landscape: An Ode to 17th-Century New York
Alan Sonfist’s Time Landscape is an ode to old New York. It’s a love letter to the 17th century and to those who lived here at the time.
The Enid A. Haupt Conservatory was transformed into a display of rare and beautiful flowers by Jeff Leatham.
New York Botanical Gardens Hosts Annual Orchid Show
This spring, the New York Botanical Gardens’ annual Orchid Show returned for its 19th year, with the exhibit “Jeff Leatham’s Kaleidoscope.”
The Filipino flag waved above every tent. According to Augelyn “Augee” Francisco, many people came up to her and asked where the flag was from.
From an American and a Native Pinoy: It’s More Fun at Philippines Fest
Philippine Fest, a brand new street fair, showcases Filipino culture, cuisine, goods and businesses to wide audience in New York City
The Drag Show Brings the Heat on Trans Day of Visibility
Fordham’s Fashion for Philanthropy raised over $650 for New Alternatives at their night of song, dance, drag and community.
Goodbye Glee, Hello Gorgeous
"Funny Girl" stuns audiences with its return to Broadway, with new energy, stellar performances and a cast for the books.
The Little Studio That Could: How A24 Dominated the 2023 Academy Award Nominations
Chronicling the shocking rise to prominence that A24 has had, from a little independent studio to a large industry player.
Bill Aguado’s Legacy: A Leader of Supporting and Empowering Artists
En Foco director, Bill Aguado, speaks to The Observer about his lifetime effort of empowering the Bronx Arts scene.
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