The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

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‘Moon Knight’ Takes Risks with The MCU Formula
As rumors bubble of Moon Knight teaming up with Blade and Daredevil, I am eager to see more of the fresh perspective he brings to the MCU.
‘The Northman’: A Fresh Take on a Viking Revenge Saga
For a film set in the ninth century, “The Northman” feels extremely contemporary with its critique of hypermasculinity.
Keating Hall: A Hallmark of Fordham in Film
For the last 79 years, Fordham College at Rose Hill has been quite the hotspot for appearances in feature Hollywood films.
Do You Recognize These Famous Fordham Alumni?
Both Fordham’s Rose Hill and Lincoln Center campuses boast an extraordinary list of celebrity alumni that have impacted their respective industries for the better.
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Fordham CAB’s Spring Weekend “Exceeded All Expectations”
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‘How I Learned to Drive’ Is a Jaw-Dropping Trip Down Memory Lane
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Does Fordham Got Talent?
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Finders, Seekers: Tuckahoe Explored
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Tyler, the Creator, Finds His Way to Madison Square Garden
Tyler, the Creator lit up Madison Square Garden for night one of his two-night run in New York City for his “CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST” tour.
‘Knock Knock,’ TWICE Is in NYC
Since it's so rare that K-pop groups come to foreign countries, concertgoers from all around the Northeast made their way to NYC to see TWICE.
Ram Jams: Avril Lavigne’s 'Love Sux'
Avril Lavigne reclaims her title as the princess of punk rock with her newest album “Love Sux” that adds to her long repertoire of rock music.
TikTok, Music and the Privatization of Experience
TikTok’s musical selection has implications that exist outside of the confines of the app; they can also be seen on the music charts.
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More inclusivity means healthier bodies in the fashion industry.
Body Inclusivity in the Fashion Industry: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
By CARRIE BERK April 10, 2022
In an industry that still struggles with inclusivity toward bodies, it is up to the models, influencers and photographers to spark change.
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‘Islander’ Embarks on a Voyage Off-Broadway
With a soundtrack more mesmerizing than a siren song, “Islander” proves to be Off-Broadway's best-hidden gem that shouldn’t be missed.
‘SUFFS’ Brings Unsung Suffragist Stories to The Public Theater
“Suffs,” an off-Broadway musical written by and starring Shaina Taub, tells the true story of some of the earliest pioneers of women’s rights.
Broadway Star Brian Stokes Mitchell Performs and Reflects With Seth Rudetsky
Tony award-winning actor Brian Stokes Mitchell joined Seth Rudetsky to discuss both Mitchell’s successful past and future projects.
‘Space Show’ and the Impact of Trauma
Jason Kesse, playwright and director of “The Space Show” created an unseen narrative within the studio show that's bent on addressing trauma.
‘Aulis’: A Greek Spectacle of Comedy, Tragedy and Autonomy
“Aulis” brings its audience into a version of the Trojan War replete with phones and iPads in the latest Fordham Theatre play.
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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.”
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Campus Ministry Ignatian Art Exhibit Debuts in Lowenstein
After months of preparation, ‘Seeds of Transformation” is now on display, commemorating the 500th anniversary of St. Ignatius' conversion.
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.”
Meet These Fordham Ramfluencers
Julian Ogawa and Charles “Charlie” Phillips have a thing or two to say about what it means to be a Ramfluencer.
Commemorating the Past, Envisioning the Future: Campus Ministry to Host Ignatian Art Showcase
Campus Ministry invites submissions to its exhibit “Seeds of Transformation: Envisioning Hope for the Environment with Ignatian Imagination."
Love Your Hair Panelists Discuss Journeys of Embracing Their Natural Hair
The expo aimed to provide a safe space for healthy conversation about the ways natural hair can be a source of empowerment for the Black community.
Where Dreams Are Made Of: Clothing and Couture in the Concrete Jungle
The concrete jungle's reputation as a designer dreamland would be the stuff of legend — but can the city’s style be felt by students?
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