The Observer

Amie Cunat: Outside the Grid

By SARAH MARCALUS May 31, 2011

Published: April 17, 2008 What’s linen, geometric and acrylic all over?  FCLC’s Amie Cunat’s senior art thesis. The Observer had a chance to sit down with Cunat to discuss her experience...

And Presenting, for the First Time When Stars Collide, Magic and Mayhem Ensues

By DAVID WILSON May 31, 2011

Published: April 17, 2008 Who would win in a fight—Jet Li or Jackie Chan? Come April 18, we may finally know. The answer to this ageless and most important question will be graciously provided by...

New York Comic Con to Hit Javits Center

By DANA GROSSMAN May 31, 2011

Published: April 17, 2008 The New York Comic Con, a convention celebrating all things comic book related, will be entering its third year this year. Taking place April 18-20 at the Jacob Javits Center,...

Talkin’ Music With Father Grimes

By JENNIFER PELLY May 31, 2011

Published: April 17, 2008 So what if he doesn’t have an iPod? When it comes to music, the Rev. Robert R. Grimes, S.J., dean of Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) knows what’s up. Music...

The Darker Side of Christmas

By TIM JALBERT May 30, 2011

Published: December 13, 2007 As fall comes to a close and the holiday season approaches, moviegoers put away the films that gave them frights on Halloween and search for Christmas cheer in some...

A Gamer’s Guide to the Holidays

By JOE MARVILLI May 30, 2011

Published: December 13, 2007 It’s that time of year again for all you fellow gamers out there, time to catch up on this fall’s hottest video games that you couldn’t afford to buy until...

In Case You Missed It: Inside the Woodie Awards

By JENNIFER PELLY May 30, 2011

Published: December 13, 2007 Forget gold, forget silver, forget bronze. At mtvU’s fourth annual Woodie Awards, the only award show dedicated to music chosen solely by college students, it was all...

Mainstage Hearts God, Eucharist

By ANDREW GNERRE May 30, 2011

Published: December 13, 2007 At Fordham College Lincoln Center, it’s often easy to forget about our Jesuitness, what with all of us liberal nihilists running rampant. Interestingly enough, the latest...

“Unconfessed” Author Tells All: Q&A: Yvette Christianse

By CHRISTINE MORANO May 30, 2011

Published: December 13, 2007 Sila, an African slave woman, is wilting away in a Cape Town prison, circa 1825. What’s her story? Why was she sentenced to death and then pardoned? Intrigued? Then pick...

Superman Leaves the Supermarket: Remembering Norman Mailer

By ADAM KAUFMAN May 30, 2011

Published: December 13, 2007 “Nobody could sleep. When morning came, assault craft would be lowered and a first wave of troops would ride through the surf and charge ashore on the beach at Anopopei....

Weary of the Met and MoMA? Try the Noguchi Museum

By NORA MURPHY May 30, 2011

Published: December 13, 2007 Most people think of “The City” as the borough of Manhattan, but there’s another city worth mentioning just a stone’s throw over the East River. Not only...

The New Museum Unveiled on the Bowery

By JESSICA GUERRA May 30, 2011

Published: December 13, 2007 A bright rainbow-colored “Hell, Yes!” sign marks the spot of the brand new home of The New Museum of Contemporary Art (NMCA), which opened its doors...