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

for a panel on political polarization, five speakers sit in front of an audience
Fordham Panelists Discuss Navigating Political Discourse in a Polarized Age
Fordham invited a panel of guests to discuss the roots of political polarization and provided insights into how to solve the problem.
Students Acclimate to New Testing Protocols on Campus
Following new testing guidelines on campus, Fordham students have differing opinions on the testing availability and convenience.
Lincoln Center Case Numbers Drop, Following NYC Trend
After reaching a peak of 57 COVID-19 cases on campus, case numbers have begun to decrease matching declining trend of cases in New York City.
SOL Hosts Mucho Gusto, Its First In-Person Mixer of the Year
The Student Organization of Latinx hosted its first in-person mixer of the year, Mucho Gusto, featuring live music and a photobooth.
Ailey School to Hold Another Year of Online-Only Performances
As rehearsals mostly return to normal, in-person performances will not happen during the 2021-22 academic year
Anne-Sophie Neumeister, Fordham Graduate Student, Dies at 23
Anne-Sophie Neumeister died on September 5 at the age of 23, only a few months after graduating from Fordham's master program.
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new lowenstein classrooms with projector and tv screens as well as usual desk chairs
Fordham Unveils New Classrooms in Leon Lowenstein Center
a photo of the McCabe brothers shaking hands, John, Francis, and James
James P. McCabe, Former Co-Director of the Fordham Libraries, Dies at 84
Robert Sundstrom stands in a plaza, wearing a maroon Fordham sweater and a mask with an F on it
Sundstrom Leaves Office During Second Term of Vice Presidency
a student using her phone as an electronic ID on a scanner
To Opt-In or Out: Fordham’s Frustration With Electronic IDs
a graphic showing a daily cumulative COVID-19 case count at Fordhams Lincoln Center and Rose Hill campuses
Lincoln Center COVID-19 Case Count Rises to Highest Number Yet
a graphic showing a daily cumulative COVID-19 case count at Fordhams Lincoln Center and Rose Hill campuses
Lincoln Center COVID-19 Case Count Rises to Highest Number Yet
a spotted lanternfly is brownish with black spots and a red spotted body, about two inches wide with wings spread
The Spotted Lanternfly Population Continues to Wreak Havoc in New York
Invasive to New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, the spotted lanternfly, is harmful to industries such as agriculture and timber.
Remembering 9/11 in New York, 20 Years Later
On the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, people gathered at ground zero to pay respects to those who lost their lives two decades ago.
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.
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an image of a flag in a name at the 9/11 memorial
Remembering 9/11 in New York, 20 Years Later
By MIA AGOSTINELLI September 22, 2021
On the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, people gathered at ground zero to pay respects to those who lost their lives two decades ago.