The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

gerrymandering
New York State’s Proposed Congressional Districts Are Harmful to the State and Democracy
By GABRIEL GARCIA
Due to the rampant partisan polarization of contemporary US politics, the practice of gerrymandering has increased in recent decades. 
Some Things Shouldn’t Be for Sale, Elon Musk
By ALYSSA MACALUSO
There should be some things, like Twitter, that simply aren’t for sale.
How Left-Leaning News Organizations Can Lead to the Truth
By JAKE ERACA

A quick glance at the state of American politics and media can leave one feeling a bit fried. Vehement bigotry is packaged as traditional values,...

Rams Discuss: Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Supreme Court Nomination Hearing
By ISABELLA SCIPIONI
Jackson was presented with offensive questions throughout the hearing in the Senate’s recent, embarrassing installment of political theater.
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Herb Your Enthusiasm for Under the Tent
By SHELBY WILLIAMS
Once You Get the Ick, Does It Stick?
Once You Get the Ick, Does It Stick?
By EMILY ELLIS
Scream Rap Should Be Feminist
Scream Rap Should Be Feminist
By ROSALINE STOYKOV, Staff Writer
Fordham’s Apologetic Approach to Catholicism
Fordham’s Apologetic Approach to Catholicism
By PATRICK CULLINAN
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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.
Ask Em: Quit the PDA, OK?
By EMILY ELLIS
PDA in your private space can be uncomfortable but hard to set boundaries around. Read the latest Ask Em to deal with your roommates' antics.
Ask Em: Should I Get Back With My Ex?
By EMILY ELLIS
Grieving the end of a relationship with an ex is an incredible, soul-crushing pain, but you will get through it to the other side.
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Want an Unhappy Marriage? Plan a Public Proposal in Central Park
By ISABELLA SCIPIONI
The public proposal is something seen often in Central Park, but that doesn't mean it should be normalized; it should be an intimate moment.
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Don’t Count Women Out of Your Fan Spaces
By BRIANNA DOUCETTE
Women make up a large percentage of fan groups and have a large affect even though many disparage them for liking shows superfluously.
Doc Martens: A Pillock Boot
By TREVOR WOITSKY
Doc Martens are a staple in youth culture, but their manufacturing today is different from in the past, now with dubious business practices.
TikTok, Other Cultures Aren’t Your Vernacular
By JAKE ERACA
TikTok trends, often terms found in the cultures of marginalized people, trivialize the words' origins and allow others to profit off them.
Kill Your Idols: In Defense of the Modern Antihero
By MICHAEL LEIFER
The modern antihero trope requires a more careful evaluation and more meaningful representation of female characters.
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Ms. Green: The First Hot Girl
By JAKE ERACA
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CDC Experiments with ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ COVID-19 Strategy
By ISABELLA SCIPIONI
map of nyc for article on walk for finals
NYC Walks for When You Haven’t Started Studying for Finals
By ISABELLA SCIPIONI
Image of an email with the words Public Safety Advisory | Lincoln Center, Feral Anti-Vaxxers
Public Safety Alert: Feral Anti-Vaxxers
By ISABELLA SCIPIONI
lincoln center girl at a fordham football game surrounded by rose hill fans
A Lincoln Center Student’s First Football Game
By ISABELLA SCIPIONI
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Fordham Spearheads New Couch Psychology Practice
By CLARA GERLACH
Lincoln Center or Rose Hill: Which Is Your Favorite?
Lincoln Center or Rose Hill: Which Is Your Favorite?
By ANGELA LOCASCIO
One of Fordham University’s best features is that students can have the hustle of Manhattan and a more traditional campus in the Bronx. 
Rose Hill Classes Are Great for Lincoln Center Students — Here’s Why
By ROSALINE STOYKOV
The balance between the “normal” college experience at Rose Hill and the urban lifestyle at Lincoln Center is something that I hold dear.
The Lincoln Center Halal Cart: Fighting Corporate Takeover One Gyro at a Time
By GRACE THOMAS
We can all agree that in these challenging — and, dare I say, unprecedented — times, we need a hero, often in the form of halal cart food.
The Hypocrisy of Fordham’s Jesuit Values
By KAREN WATANABE
As a Jesuit institution, it is a sign of hypocrisy for Fordham to deny Students for Justice in Palestine club status and a space on campus.
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War in Ukraine Exposes Injustice
War in Ukraine Exposes Injustice
By THE OBSERVER EDITORIAL BOARD March 24, 2022
We should be giving attention to this issue and supporting Russian and Ukrainian citizens in our community and abroad as best we can.