The Observer

One Last Taste of Summer: An Easy Spanish Gazpacho Soup

June 25, 2011

BY Elissa Dauria Contributing Writer Published: September 24, 2009 Gazpacho is a traditional Spanish cold soup made during the hot summer months in every home from Catalunya to Andalucia. I learned this easy, vegetarian recipe from my host mother in Sevilla during my spring 2009 semester abroad. It perfectly represents Spani...

Who Will Win The Superbowl??

May 24, 2011

Max Wollner asks Fordham students about their thoughts on the Superbowl. http://vimeo.com/19627532

Rams Halt Late Charge from Rhode Island to Win Home Opener

May 24, 2011

By Darryl Yu, Sports Editor Excitement filled the air on Jack Coffey Field on Sept. 11, as the Fordham Rams came back from behind to notch their first victory of the season with a 27-25 win over Rhode Island University. Losing their seasonal opener against Bryant University on Sept. 4, the Rams were looking forward to getting...

“My Goodness, My Guinness”: Where to Drink This St. Patrick’s Day

May 24, 2011

If you’re staying in New York during spring break this year, you’ll be in town for St. Patrick’s Day, so don’t be so jealous of your friends spending the week in tropical climates. Instead, celebrate the holiday on March 17 by frequenting one of the following great local pubs for some traditional Irish fare and a pint...

FCLC Oscar Predictions

May 24, 2011

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Social Issues and Theater Come Together at Fordham

May 24, 2011

Visual Arts and Theater Departments Sponsor Cambodian Playwrights By Ariella Mastroianni, Staff Writer n New York City, artists come and go. Some stay with success, and others leave without any lasting impressions. In the case of Cambodian performers Chhon Sina and Ieng Sithul, they came to Fordham University hoping to make ...