The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

Allison Pfingst
The Fashion Studies Program Looks Forward: Professor Allison Pfingst in Conversation
Allison Pfingst talks about Fordham's fashion studies programs and her goal to increase the number of students enrolled in it.
The Faces of Fordham Facilities Management
The lives of the people working behind the scenes at Fordham are what make up the inner workings of the university.
FLASH Magazine Editor-in-Chief Julia Demer Says Fashion Is for Everyone
There is nothing more creative than sharing your passions, and as Julia Demer has shown, FLASH is an excellent opportunity to do just that.
The Bronx Is Tough, You Grow Up Fast
Fordham basketball star Chuba Ohams looks back on his Bronx upbringing. He credits his toughness to the borough and its basketball culture.
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Kyla Norton, GSBRH 24, a member of the cheer team, underlined the innovative direction it is heading in.
Renewing Ram Pride: Fordham Cheer and Dance Teams are Putting in the Work
funny girl costumes
Not So ‘Funny Girl’: The Evolution of Fanny Brice’s Costume and Its Fatphobic Connotations
Several activists gather at Bryant Park and Grand Central to protest the fall of Roe on June 24.
Fordham Community Responds to Roe Reversal
Ann Gaylin
Fordham Appoints New Dean of Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Students wait to board the Ram Van which makes 570 round trips each week between both campuses.
The Ram Van: A Driving Force for Intercampus Connections
In addition to providing transportation to classes, the Ram Van has also allowed students the opportunity to become involved with activities and extracurriculars not offered at their home campus.
Body Inclusivity in the Fashion Industry: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
In an industry that still struggles with inclusivity toward bodies, it is up to the models, influencers and photographers to spark change.
Where Dreams Are Made Of: Clothing and Couture in the Concrete Jungle
The concrete jungle's reputation as a designer dreamland would be the stuff of legend — but can the city’s style be felt by students?
City Government Accepts Union Debt Relief Plan for Taxi Drivers
After a 45-day strike, unionized taxi workers have come to an agreement with NYC on a substantial relief package to address medallion debt.
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Fordham Ambulance Corps
‘The Will of God’: How Fordham Threw Itself At World War I
Fordham University contributed to WWI in a significant manner. Nearly 2,000 students signed up. 36 died, many of them at the Somme and Verdun.
President Harry Truman rings the new Victory Bell in its new home at Rose Hill
Sounding the Victory Bell: The Story of a Repurposed Artifact in the Bronx
The bell used to commemorate Fordham sports victories also saw combat in WWII in the Pacific. President Harry Truman gifted it to Fordham.
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Angela LoCascio proudly presents a sword from her collection.
A Girl, a Sword and a Symbol of Empowerment
My interest in King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table inspired me to learn how to use a sword.
angela locascio at age 18 and now
Confessions of a 64-Year-Young Fordham Undergrad
Although I could be the grandmother of my classmates, I decided to go back to school and I will be graduating at the age of 66 years young.
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