The Observer

a picture of Fordham's baseball team playing against Yale on Eddies in 1902

Fordham Baseball Falls to Yale in a Bygone Era

May 12, 2020

In April, 118 years ago, Fordham baseball fell to Yale University in a 3-1 defeat. A single photo exists today of the game held on Edward’s Parade.

a thank you sign appears in the window of a building for health care images

Fordham STEM Students Past and Present Reflect on COVID-19 and Health Care Careers

April 21, 2020

With the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, the future of many first-year medical students and graduating college seniors working towards a career in healthcare are in jeopardy. Fordham STEM students, past and present, offer their outlook on the global standing of their intended professions.

The women’s basketball team, in addition to many others, had their seasons cut short in response to the spread of the coronavirus.

Inside the Final Days of Fordham Sports

April 1, 2020

Many Fordham athletes were affected by decisions around the NCAA ending all athletic competitions in early March. Athletes in the winter lost postseasons, while athletes in the spring lost months of play.

Coddington met Kobe Bryant as a senior in college while interning for the Los Angeles Lakers. The immediate connection they had shaped the course of her career.

From Fan to Personal Manager: Catherine Coddington Remembers Kobe Bryant

April 1, 2020

Catherine Coddington who began her college career at Fordham tells us how she became Kobe’s personal communications manager at just 25 years old. Coddington reflects on her days at Fordham and working for Kobe and tells us how these pivotal times in her life impact her to this day.

A regal portrait of Rameses XVI

The Rise and Fall of the Rameses Dynasty

October 30, 2019

From 1925 to 1978, Fordham maintained live rams who were trotted out during sporting events to represent our school pride. The Rameses dynasty, which featured over 20 heirs, shares a bloody, twisted history, made all the more shocking by its complete accuracy.