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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‘The Many Saints of Newark’: A ‘Sopranos’ Story?
Unfortunately, like many continuations of iconic stories, “The Many Saints of Newark” simply couldn’t live up to its high expectations.
What Netflix’s ‘The Chair’ Gets Right, and Wrong, About English Departments Today
'The Chair' deals with studying English in a world consumed by technology and hiring a staff that reflects the diversity of the student body.
‘Dune’: The Long Beginning
The characters of "Dune" never elevate beyond surface-level personalities, and the movie feels like a long beginning to something greater.
‘What If...?’: High on Creativity, Short on Polish
Those who joined the massive consensus of positive reviews must have watched a version of the show from an alternate universe.
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Fans Reconnect at Live Concerts
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The Man Behind ‘I ❤ NY’
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‘Caroline, or Change’ Offers Its Two Cents on the Human Condition
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Becoming a Part of the Vanderbilt Summit
Adam Melchor sings and plays guitar with band and backdrop behind him.
The Mesmerizing Melodies of Adam Melchor
Melchor’s headline tour proved his consistency in providing a cosmic level of comfort and connection within his fanbase.
Ram Jams: The Marías' 'CINEMA'
The Marias' 'Cinema' finds them creating a world of their own. But listeners beware: upon entering that world, you might find it hard to leave.
Hey Grammys: Taylor Called, ‘Red’ Is Back
It is important to understand why Swift has chosen to give new life to her older albums as fans await the re-recording of her iconic "Red."
The Braganza Sisters Mix Sounds of California, NYC and Filipino Womanhood
Creativity and original music are plentiful at Fordham, but family acts like The Braganza Sisters are sporadic and unique in their sound.
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The GREENs arches covered in synthetic grass stand in front of the city skyline.
Lincoln Center Turns Into The GREEN for the Summer Season
By OLIVIA STERN May 28, 2021
Lincoln Center is trading in its concrete for green space this summer as part of its Restart Stages program with "The GREEN" installation.
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‘Occupy Prescott’: A Modern Interpretation of the Occupy Wall Street Movement
“Occupy Prescott” is a play that depicts the dirty work that has to occur in everyday activism through a story of the 2008 financial crisis.
‘Hand to God’: Satanic Sock Puppets, Socially Distanced Sex and Religion
Fordham Theatre student Emily Hoffert fits the marvels of the Broadway show “Hand to God” into the small space of a studio theatre.
‘Six’: Breaking Broadway Conventions Since the 16th Century
“Six” shouldn’t be written off as just one of the plays riding the post-“Hamilton” wave of historical musical adaptations.
‘Hadestown’: An Opera of Devotion and Dominance
“Hadestown” tells a story of love, loss, power and sacrifice. However, behind all the music it’s also a story of absence, decision and doubt.
'Continuity': Theater Through a Fresh Perspective
As the first mainstage play of Fordham’s 2021-22 season, Bess Wohl’s “Continuity” is a new experience for first-year theatre students.
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A screenshot of works at The Comma showcase titled Caelum by Elizabeth Cini and The Closeness of Space (A Celestial Sonnet) by Maia Nunez
Fordham’s Literary Journal The Comma and Coming Together
The Comma’s second annual showcase, titled COMMaUNION, presented 12 collaborative projects in different mediums.
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A Blue Christmas
Chelsea Market’s ARTECHOUSE gallery hosts "Celestial," an immersive exhibit dedicated to Pantone's Color of Year, Classic Blue.
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Celebrating Día de los Muertos With SOL and CSA
Fordham's Student Organization of Latinx (SOL) and the Commuting Students Association (CSA) came together on Oct. 28 to celebrate Día de los Muertos.
Hostile Terrain 94: A Moment of Awareness
The Hostile Terrain exhibit depicts the Arizona-Mexico border filled with over 3,200 toe tags to represent those who died crossing the border.
NYC Wine and Food Festival Brought Hundreds of Restaurants and Foodies Together for Charity
The Food Network and Cooking Channel’s Wine and Food Festival (NYCWFF) returned to the city on Oct. 14 with almost 100 events that weekend.
Balenciaga’s Collaboration With Fortnite Raises Eyebrows
When Fortnite revealed its partnership with Balenciaga last month, the collaboration left a lot of people scratching their heads.
Museum of the Moving Image Features Exhibits on Famous Films
Right off the N train’s 36th Ave. station, the Museum of the Moving Image is the perfect place to learn more about the art of motion pictures.
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