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Vulnerable Spaces

Vulnerable Spaces

March 21, 2019

The Ailey/Fordham B.F.A. Independent Study in Choreography performance (ISC) offers seniors students a rare opportunity to test their creative capacity by choreographing original pieces. The Observer discusses the project with four Ailey B.F.A. seniors about their inspiration for their pieces and thought process when it comes to creating original choreography.

Declining Balance, Diminishing Returns: Comparing LC and RH Meal Plans

Declining Balance, Diminishing Returns: Comparing LC and RH Meal Plans

March 18, 2019

Fordham requires that Lincoln Center freshman have a meal plan, but it is clear that the meal plans offered on Rose Hill are a better deal for your money.

Bridging the Bronx

Bridging the Bronx

March 14, 2019

Contributing Writer Michelle Agaron speaks with Fordham alumnus, Marlin Jenkins, about his company that is providing free internet to low-income families in the Bronx.

“Satellites” Circles a Heavy Conversation

“Satellites” Circles a Heavy Conversation

March 13, 2019

Fordham Theatre's mainstage, "Satellites," explores the reality of gentrification in New York City.

Five Classes to Take Before You Graduate

Five Classes to Take Before You Graduate

March 12, 2019

These five classes come heavily recommended by Fordham students as must-takes before you graduate.

The End of the World at Winter Ball

The End of the World at Winter Ball

March 8, 2019

Senior John McCollough attends his first Winter Ball at Essex House where he makes some memories.

Hey Fordham, Let It Snow?

Hey Fordham, Let It Snow?

March 6, 2019

With rising temperatures in February, some students worry that climate change is becoming a Fordham reality.

VIDEO: The Observer Tests Fordham Pickup Lines

VIDEO: The Observer Tests Fordham Pickup Lines

February 25, 2019

Observer? I barely know her! The best Fordham Lincoln Center pickup lines are guaranteed to get that special someone into your bedroom long before 3:30 a.m.

Fordham Murder Case Resurfaces After 22 Years

Fordham Murder Case Resurfaces After 22 Years

February 19, 2019

Leo Bernabei reopens the 22-year old murder case of Patrick McNeill, a Fordham student whose death was declared undetermined.

Van Cortlandt Park Erases History

Van Cortlandt Park Erases History

February 19, 2019

Van Cortlandt Park plans to pave over the Putnam Greenway — which is thought to contain the remains of 18th-century slaves.

Group Strives for Disability Awareness on Campus

Group Strives for Disability Awareness on Campus

February 19, 2019

Fordham's Students for Disability Advocacy want to create a more accessible and accommodating campus for students with disabilities.

Inside Fordham’s Halal Cart

Inside Fordham’s Halal Cart

February 19, 2019

Managing Editor Izzi Duprey talks to Mohammed Elprince about his halal business and life.

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