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

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Questions Remain After Sudden Termination of English Professor
Christopher Trogan was terminated on Oct. 25 following reports of racism in his English class and is preparing for potential private action.
Halal Cart Outside Lowenstein Robbed
The New York City Police Department is investigating the robbery after one halal cart employee was injured and a worker's tip jar was stolen.
Every USG Senate Position Filled for First Time in 9 Years
USG elections concluded with a record-breaking number of candidates, with all member positions filled for the first time in nine years.
Sperber Prize Ceremony Celebrates Importance of Journalism
The awards ceremony for two Sperber Prize winners was held on Zoom in adherence with Fordham Lincoln Center's COVID-19 restrictions on Nov. 4.
Students of Color Express Dissatisfaction With University’s Diversity Efforts
The university's quarterly diversity report was released on Oct. 5, showing a more diverse freshman class and new plans to combat racism.
McShane Delivers His Final State of University Address
In his State of the University address, McShane mentions plans for the university to confront racism and its mission for justice.
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Fordham Administers COVID-19 Booster Shots to Eligible Community Members
students at the office of multicultural affairs lgbtq plus event
OMA’s LGBTQ+ and Ally Network Hopes to Foster Inclusion at Fordham
a line for a polling place close to Lincoln Center, with no voters in line
Fordham Community Discusses Voting in 2021 NYC Mayoral Election
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Fordham Begins Stronger Enforcement of Mask Policy on Campus
mica McKnight sits at her desk at Fordham Lincoln Center
New Beginnings: McKnight Announces Departure From Fordham After 7 Years
at the presidents ball, students dancing under a tent with a red light on them
Fordham Hosts Its Biggest Event Since Beginning of the Pandemic
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A Reflection on the 2021 NYC Mayoral Election
Eric Adams won the NYC mayoral election on Nov. 2, with 66.5% of the vote count and only 20% of eligible voters participating at the polls.
The Bronx Night Market Wraps Up Another Successful Season
The Bronx Night Market, co-founded by a Fordham alum, attracts Rose Hill students and features cuisine commonly found in the South Bronx.
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.
Columbia Student Worker Union Strikes on Nov. 3
Student workers at Columbia University express their dissatisfaction with wages and lack of support and protection from the university.
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.
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City Government Accepts Union Debt Relief Plan for Taxi Drivers
By AIDAN LANE November 16, 2021
After a 45-day strike, unionized taxi workers have come to an agreement with NYC on a substantial relief package to address medallion debt.