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

The film is, to put it simply, immense.
‘Dune: Part Two’ Effortlessly Merges Spectacle With Substance
“Dune: Part Two” serves primarily as a launching point for what is to come in future installments of the sprawling Dune franchise.
Welcome to the Renaissance — A Film by Beyoncé
Following a period of such isolation, Beyoncé reminds viewers that we should release it all and not let anything or anyone break our souls.
‘Fool Me Once’ Is An Addictive Netflix Mystery
Riddled with lies, mysteries and manipulations, the hit show "Fool Me Once" is an exciting thriller that keeps the viewer entertained.
TV Fans’ Super Bowl: A Recap of the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards
The 75th Primetime Emmys will be remembered as a night of historic wins and series sweeps, even in the face of dwindling viewership.
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The stage at the Broadway Theatre extended out and the orchestra seats were removed, making the audience feel as if they were at a nightclub.
On the Anniversary of the People Power Revolution: A Retrospective on “Here Lies Love”
Over 40 years later, Baldwin’s writing remains relevant to societal issues the United States faces today.
A Beginner’s Guide to James Baldwin
Marjorie Eliot’s Harlem apartment concerts began as an avenue of grief after a family tragedy.
Parlor Entertainment Nears 30 Years of Jazz Therapy
Live at Pope Auditorium, FCLC’s 11th annual Winterfest captivated the crowd with performances by singer-songwriter Renee Majé, rock band Zephyr, and indie sensation Ricky Montgomery.
Winterfest 2024: Ricky Montgomery’s Private Concert Before Heading to Terminal 5
The premiere of “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” sold out theaters nationwide and gained rank as the highest-grossing concert film of all time.
The Release of ‘The Eras Tour’ (Film Version)
Taylor Swift's "The Eras Tour" has shattered records to become the highest grossing concert film of all time.
It’s a New Soundtrack: ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’
After nine years, singer-songwriter Taylor Swift releases her re-recording of her iconic and popular album ‘1989’.
Boygenius Releases New Chapter to Previous Record
Indie trio boygenius delves into the existential and extraterrestial in their latest four-track EP, "the rest."
No Brakes, All Gas: Andy Frasco & The U.N.
Blues rock singer Andy Frasco reflects on his music and career while in New York City for his Brooklyn Bowl show.
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Once dismissed as a “far-fetched dream,” Natalie Butt says she hopes her tenure as a Rockette brings joy to New Yorker’s holiday traditions.
Ailey Student Seals Second Season as A New Yory City Rockette
By Gabriella Gutierrez March 1, 2024
Natalie Butt, FCLC ’24, speaks on her experiences balancing school and dancing as a Rockette at the Radio City Music Hall.
Peter Chan, FCLC ’24, designed the changing, whimsical wardrobe of ‘Rhinoceros,’ taking inspiration from 1960s fashion and Wes Anderson films.
‘Rhinoceros’ Charges Into Absurdity
The surrealist play at the Kehoe Studio Theatre the dazzles its audiences with ever-changing whimsical costumes.
‘My Sweetest Baby Angel Princess’ Explores Sexual Exploitation
In her senior thesis, playwright and director Vivienne Blouin, FCLC ’24, delves into the exploitation and isolation sex workers face.
Beasts, Warriors And Lawyers, Oh My!
“The Minotaur” by Anne Ziegler delivers a modern retelling of this Greek classic telling the story of love, control and the human experience.
‘High School Play’ Marks Mainstage Return

Fordham Theatre’s first mainstage production of the year, “High School Play,” took the stage at Pope Auditorium from Oct. 5-13. Written...

‘Back to the Future: The Musical’ Review: The Chandelier Now Has Wheels
The musical rendition of “Back to the Future,” starring Roger Bart, Casey Likes, and Hugh Coles, marks growing change in the industry.
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Curator Stephen Apicella-Hitchcock highlighted the range of emotions De Andrade Ledesma captured in his series of 18 black and white photographs.
‘Carcelén’ Opens in Fordham’s Lipani Gallery
This January, Venezuelan photographer, Joel De Andrade Ledesma debuts his exhibit “Carcelén” at Fordham’s Lipani Gallery.
With her skills and connections in the craft growing, Delabra Serrano has slowly shifted to portrait photography.
Capturing the Essence of A Student-Photographer
Since coming to New York, sophomore Paulina Delabra Serrano has been able to explore and deepen her love for photography in the city.
Fast fashion is commonly made from cheap, poor quality material that easily falls apart after a few wears.
The Culture Around Fast Fashion
With fashion trends constantly changing, fast fashion has become one of the biggest contributors to environmental and ethical issues.
Gabrielle Pope Wants You To Know That FLASH Isn’t Going Anywhere
As editor in chief of FLASH magazine, Gabrielle Pope, FCLC ’24, hopes to grow the publication to reach the wider student body.
Copenhagen Chameleon
A student studying abroad in Denmark discusses her experiences with the fashion in Europe versus New York City.
New Club At Fordham Offers Community for International Students
For students from abroad, GLOBE aims to provide support and guidance to international students acclimating to life in New York City.
‘How Can You Cancel The Wind?’: Ziwe Fumudoh and Aparna Nancherla at The New Yorker Festival
Musicians, journalists, comedians, authors, actors and filmmakers gather for the 24th annual The New Yorker Festival held at Webster Hall.
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