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

Daylight savings time is better for students’ mental and physical health – it should be made permanent.
Saving Daylight Saving Time
By EMILY DAVIS
Daylight saving time disrupts college students’ mental health and study habits. Legislation should make it permanent for year-round benefits.
Insight From a Fordham Climate Protestor
By KENNY MOLL
Insight from a Fordham climate protestor suggests collective action to demand climate justice can be an effective method of bringing about change.
Fordham Should Do More To Support Black Students
By SHELBY WILLIAMS
Fordham must do more to address racism on campus and create a safe space for Black students.
A Death Sentence for Identity
By BENAËLLE BENOIT
Although this bill was passed in Uganda, it has a direct effect on African international students at Fordham and other universities who identify as LGBTQ+.
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On April 25, students and faculty protested outside of Fordham University’s Lincoln Center campus in support of Palestine.
Opinions Staff Editorial: Palestinian Genocide is not a Matter of Opinion
By OPINIONS STAFF EDITORIAL
Swift has accrued wealth, acolytes and influence at an unprecedented rate in the music industry.
Who Forgot to Feed the Swifties?
By WILLIAM LEE and JAKE ERACA
Ramen is more than just a sum of its ingredients, but a representation of the culture and tradition that created it.
Rams Should Appreciate Ramen
By QUINCY REYES
Photo dumps include pictures of the user alongside unrelated images that they feel define them.
The Fallacious Philosophy of Photo Dumps
By ANA WINSTON
Ask Em: What’s in a Name?
Ask Em: What’s in a Name?
By EMILY ELLIS
Names are arbitrary, but emotions associated with them are not.
Once You Get the Ick, Does It Stick?
By EMILY ELLIS
Having crushes on people in your classes is one of the best aspects of college (besides, you know, the whole “getting a degree” thing)
Talking About Sex Doesn’t Make You Hypersexual
By JESSICA YU

I love talking about sex. I love hearing my friends talk about sex. I love reading about female sexuality. This, however, does not mean I am...

Let’s Talk About Doubt in Relationships
By JESSICA YU
It's OK to feel doubt in your relationship or to not want to post about it on social media. You don't need to be the TikTok-perfect couple.
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Nine Residents and Counting
Nine Residents and Counting
By CHRISTA TIPTON-NIGRO
If the kitchen walls would scream, what about the carpets? Excellent question. They would screech like banshees.
Taylor Swift’s success has been met with an unjustified amount of hate
Will Taylor Swift Ever Escape Criticism?
By ANDREA RIVAS
Taylor Swift and her fans have been easy targets for hate videos widely circulated on social media websites.
It’s Not Swipe Culture’s Fault
By AVA MIN
Creating sincere or lasting connections can be difficult when the Hinge algorithm promises to generate five replacements for every “unmatch.”
BookTokers: Braggarts, not Bookworms
By WILLIAM LEE
Repressing the insatiable desire to classify material into simplified categories will be key for enjoyment of books.
The Unsavory Taste of ‘Girl Dinner’
By ANA WINSTON
By assigning the narrow definition of “girl” to concepts irrelevant to gender identity, women are further pinholed in their identity.
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The Metro-North Should Go to Penn Station
The Metro-North Should Go to Penn Station
By ANA WINSTON
Fordham Must Expose Students to the Gay Agenda
Fordham Must Expose Students to the Gay Agenda
By ALEX THALER
The Grammys’ Greatest Gaffes
The Grammys’ Greatest Gaffes
By AVA PEABODY and ISABELLA SCIPIONI
Entertain Me: A Football Commentary
Entertain Me: A Football Commentary
By KREENA VORA
proposals graphic with marry me balloon in central park
Want an Unhappy Marriage? Plan a Public Proposal in Central Park
By ISABELLA SCIPIONI
the green m&m stands in her new shoes in front of a green background
Ms. Green: The First Hot Girl
By JAKE ERACA
Fordham Cinephiles Can Finally Know Peace
Fordham Cinephiles Can Finally Know Peace
By ANA KEVORKIAN
To be clear: You don’t need to travel very far to see a good movie. We have two world-famous theaters within a five-minute walk of campus
Setting Your Own Pace in the Internship Race
By SABRINA PORTNOY
Further, the emphasis on obtaining an internship as early as my first year created a toxic environment among students who had not yet met one another but were already competing for the same positions.
Welcoming Future Faces to Fordham
By ANDREW ARMOUR
LCS shares the real scoop of FLC. The best tour guides tell prospective students information that the brochures don’t share on their own.
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Staff Editorial: Fordham Should Support Its Unions
Staff Editorial: Fordham Should Support Its Unions
By THE OBSERVER EDITORIAL BOARD March 1, 2023
The Observer editorial board commends the unionization efforts of the Rose Hill RAs, and we call on the university to address labor concerns.