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

for an article about masks not being required on campus, students sitting on Eddies Parade in the sunshine
Fordham Lifts Mask Restrictions for Fall Semester
Fordham is planning on returning to a full capacity campus, with all interior spaces no longer requiring social distancing.
Fordham Announces Budget for Fiscal Year 2022
Fordham revealed its budget plans for the 2022 fiscal year, which differ from previous years due to the pandemic and its effects on students and faculty.
Fordham Deans Clarify Incident of Academic Dishonesty at GSB
Leadership within GSB launched an investigation into academic dishonesty and required the retake to include anti-cheating measures.
Fordham Students React to India’s Deadly COVID-19 Surge
Fordham students of Indian descent are concerned with the COVID-19 crisis in India, where poverty and shortages worsen the virus's effects.
Fordham Hires New Dean of Graduate School of Education
José Luis Alvarado will begin his role in July and is excited to meet Fordham students and work toward making education more accessible.
A Year of COVID-19 at Fordham in Photos
Over the past year, The Observer has collected photos depicting students' experience with COVID-19 at school and at home.
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Class of 2020 commencement will take place on Eddies Parade
Fordham Announces Commencement Plans for Class of 2020
Congressional portrait of Rep. Juan Vargas.
US Rep. Juan Vargas Discusses Religion in Public Life
Members of Fordham
Prism Emerges as FCLC’s New LGBTQ+ Club
COVID-19 vaccine doses on a table at Fordham
Fordham Expands Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccine Doses
commencement celebration for student with cap and gown
Fordham Plans to Host Seven In-Person Commencement Ceremonies
Joe VanGostein standing by a tree.
USG President-Elect Joe VanGostein Has Big Plans for Next School Year
voters line up to vote for their candidates of choice in the New York primary election
Primary Elections Determine How NYC Will Move Forward
The 2021 New York City mayoral race consists of Democratic and Republican primaries that will determine the candidates for the general election.
Labor Organizers Shine During May Day Protests
New Yorkers rallied throughout the city to promote workers and call for an end to corporate greed in May Day rallies around Union Square.
Clashes and Celebrations Unfold on NYC Streets
After Joe Biden was declared president-elect, people celebrated in the streets, after days of protests for Black Lives Matter.
Election Day in Manhattan
As of Nov. 6, there have been no widespread protests or marches in the city directly related to the outcome of the election.
Students Advocate for Voting in New Sunrise Movement Hub
Students created the Sunrise Movement for combating climate change opponents and hosted an event at Van Cortlandt Park to motivate voters.
New York City Delays the Start of Public Schools
Due to the pandemic, New York City public schools are facing a delayed opening; instead of beginning on Sept. 10, students are returning to school on Oct. 1 this year. A student and teacher reflect on the decision to delay reopening, as well as the risks of returning in-person.
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A gathering of students in a backyard, with their teacher, Mobeen Ahmed, at the center.
Fordham Alum Dedicates Himself to Classroom: ‘When I saw that kids wanted to learn, it made me realize that I wanted to teach’
By JOE KOTTKE July 15, 2021
Teaching fourth graders in an unprecedented year, Mobeen Ahmed found ways to touch the the lives of his students with his Fordham education.