The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

Aftersun captures the feeling of memories living in a blurry space of our minds.
The Delicacy of Charlotte Wells’ Debut Film, ‘Aftersun’
In Charlotte Wells’ debut feature film “Aftersun,” she artfully displays a relationship between father-and-daughter.
‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Revives Phase 4 of Marvel
"Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" is a strong addition to the lackluster Marvel Cinematic Universe's Phase 4.
‘Extraordinary Attorney Woo:’ Representation of Disabilities in South Korea
“Extraordinary Attorney Woo,” a 16-episode TV series, has quickly become one of the most viewed non-English shows since its release in June.
‘Tokyo Vice’: Uncovering the Dark Side of Japan
Tokyo Vice fulfills almost everything there is to know about the dark side of Japanese society, from journalism to yakuza.
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A Gala of Garments and Garbage
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ALDN Doesn't Want to be Famous
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BLACKSTARKIDS and The 1975 — At Their Very Best
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Alexander 23 Puts on a ‘Party’ at Brooklyn Steel
Taylor Swifts Midnights perfectly depicts late night intrusive thoughts and human emotions.
Ram Jams: ‘Midnights’ Reinstates Taylor Swift as The Pop Mastermind
Swift beautifully depicts human emotions and its range — from love, to vulnerability, to depression, to yearning of revenge.
Ram Jams: The Red Hot Chili Peppers Get High on Psychedelic Sound in ‘Return of the Dream Canteen’
The band is back with “Return of the Dream Canteen,” which feels like a fun, yet slightly scaled back version of their previous album.
Zoe Ko Shares Her Heart On Stage in NYC
With heart balloons and cut-outs paper hearts, Zoe Ko entered the Heaven Can Wait stage on Oct. 16 with edgy vocals and upbeat energy.
Shakira’s Influence on Hispanic Heritage Month
Arguably the reason we celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month is the Colombian legend Shakira or the “Queen of Latin Music.”
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The Fashion Studies Program Looks Forward: Professor Allison Pfingst in Conversation
By MADELEINE SIGNORE November 22, 2022
Allison Pfingst talks about Fordham's fashion studies programs and her goal to increase the number of students enrolled in it.
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‘Beetlejuice’ Will Lower Its Curtain One Last Time in January
“Beetlejuice” the musical makes many improvements to a well-loved classic. It’s no surprise that it has become so adored online.
‘The Moors’: A Dark and Whimsical Comedy
Running from Nov. 6 through Nov. 11, Fordham Studio Theatre’s “The Moors,” written by Jen Silverman, centers around femininity and solitude.
‘Tartuffe’: A Gorgeous Exploration of Illusion and Delusion
On Nov. 10, Fordham Theatre Mainstage welcomed guests to the theatrical performance of a lifetime: “Tartuffe,” freshly set in the 1980s.
Shakespeare in the Park: Over 60 Years of Free Theater
Since 1962, Central Park has hosted over 5 million audience members to see more than 150 Shakespearean productions — all for free.
‘Dance Nation’ Completes a Sold-Out Run on the Fordham Mainstage
“Dance Nation,” which opened on October 6th, is a revolution, tackling issues like identity and masturbation — all at the ripe age of 13.
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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.”
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Hudson Parkway Piers Offer Reprieve from Concrete Jungle
Exploring the Hudson Parkway has been the perfect coexistence of city and nature for a low-budget, adventurous college student.
The Inaugural President’s Ball: Fordham’s Finest Swoon Under the Tent
On a night you’ll never forget, the student body officially welcomed University President Tania Tetlow, J.D. to our #Ramily.
Sonia Manzano: Through the Eyes of a Latine Artist
Television host Rhina Valentin interviews Emmy Award-winning actress and author Sonia Manzano at Lincoln Center's David Rubenstein Atrium.
Mucho Gusto Mixer and the Gift of Community
The Student Organization of Latines (SOL) and the Caribbean Students Club (CSC) hosted their annual joint mixer “Mucho Gusto."
Little Italy, Big Festival
I thought it would be impossible for Little Italy to be filled with even more Italian culture than usual, but my assumption was proven wrong.
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