The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

Fordham students gather around Mollin and Chen on Fordham’s Outdoor Plaza to participate in a video.
‘Have No Fear, the Crew Is Here’
The members of the Have No Fear Crew hope their viewers perceive them as a group of friends appreciating their time at Fordham.
Dionne Ford: Unearthing History in ‘Go Back and Get It’
Fordham English professor Dionne Ford uncovers her family’s history of trauma and healing in her first book, “Go Back and Get It.”
Miss West Virginia Teen USA Takes on Fordham Dance Team and Big City Dreams
The responsibility of representing her state as Miss WV Teen USA requires her to learn how to balance life as a student, dancer and leader. For Kitchen, there is no such thing as looking back on the “no’s.”
Bill Aguado’s Legacy: A Leader of Supporting and Empowering Artists
En Foco director, Bill Aguado, speaks to The Observer about his lifetime effort of empowering the Bronx Arts scene.
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Regarding free speech on college campuses, Tetlow noted that the Jesuit superpower of discernment is necessary in having effective conversations with one another.
Tetlow Casts Vision for 2024 and Beyond
Berk takes the reader through her own personal dating experiences and the lessons she learned with each one.
Fordham Senior Debuts New Book
While working hard to keep Argo Tea running, Tomala and Rosemarie have formed relationships with countless students throughout the past 13 years.
Argo Tea Employees Infuse Fordham With Energy
Katz’s Delicatessen is a storied staple of the Lower East Side, perpetually filled with romantic lovers — including Harry Burns and Sally Albright — and food lovers alike.
Romance in the City: Is NYC All That Rom-Coms Make It Out To Be?
Several activists gather at Bryant Park and Grand Central to protest the fall of Roe on June 24.
Fordham Community Responds to Roe Reversal
Groups and departments across the university release their own statements and take action in the wake of Roe v. Wade.
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?
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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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Katzs work reminds us that we are all strangers in the eyes of others.
Reflections on Alex Katz, Growing Up, and Learning to Look (Alone)
Some describe the retrospective as stark and unforgivingly cold. Others deem it stylish, simple yet effective. I’d call it honest.
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.
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