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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.

Relationships Group Encourages Students to Open Up

Relationships Group Encourages Students to Open Up

February 12, 2019

Jeffrey Umbrell, Features Editor, discusses Fordham's new relationships group that allows students a chance to open up.

Empowering Erotica

Empowering Erotica

February 12, 2019

Features Editors Lindsay Jorgensen and Jeffrey Umbrell talk to Fordham alumna, Leigh Honigman about her work advocating for sex workers.

Distance Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

Distance Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

February 12, 2019

Kristen Skinner, staff writer, discusses the ups and downs of long distance relationships in college.

Space Cram

Space Cram

February 6, 2019

Jeffrey Umbrell, features editor, discusses the unused space throughout Fordham Lincoln Center and the ideas that the administration has to utilize them.

Is Amazon’s Convenience Worth the Intrusion?

Is Amazon’s Convenience Worth the Intrusion?

February 6, 2019

Kristen Skinner, staff writer, examines the relationship that students have with the online store, Amazon. Despite Amazon's convenience and vast inventory, can we ignore their intrusion of our privacy?

Faces Behind Gabelli: Tony Yancheng Li

Faces Behind Gabelli: Tony Yancheng Li

February 6, 2019

Lindsay Jorgensen, features editor, speaks with Tony Yancheng Li about his experiences as an international finance major and member of the Fordham choir.

Photo Feature: The Impact of the Government Shutdown in NYC

Photo Feature: The Impact of the Government Shutdown in NYC

February 3, 2019

Students reflect on the impact the forced government shutdown had on New York institutions.