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

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Aasta Rajiv is a GSBLC junior and recently a staff writer for The Observer! She is currently hoping to go to law school in two years and is also a freelance fashion model. She loves working out, exploring the plethora of art exhibitions in the city and self-exploration.

All content by AASTHA AGGARWAL
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Are We Too Cool To Be Monogamous?

August 18, 2021
Young adults have lost sight of love and prioritized noncommittal relationships that grant short-term gratification to fulfill our needs.
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Self-Assurance: The Fulcrum of Ambition

May 19, 2021
Self-assurance is the key factor in maintaining one's mind and caring for one's own needs, even as they deal with obstacles and failures.
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The Best Ram Jams of 2020

February 6, 2021
The Arts & Culture staff reflects on the best albums of 2020 focusing on a range of the best releases from Fiona Apple to Chloe X Halle.
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A West Village Tour to Undissipated New York Genius

November 28, 2020
The Office for Student Involvement hosted a weekend brunch and walking-tour of the West Village on Nov. 14.
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New York: Putting the ‘in’ in Dining

September 30, 2020
Indoor dining is set to open on Sept. 30 at 25% capacity for restaurants in New York City following months without it.
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Theatrical Musings: Adjusting to the Hybrid

August 21, 2020
By breaking the binaries of what was thought to be theater, students look towards the silver linings of a socially distant semester.
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Social Awareness Through a Digital Exhibition

June 29, 2020
The Movement Theater Company has commissioned 15 early-career designers to create digital content to raise social awareness, curated by Clint Ramos.
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Saving the World, One Virtual Show at a Time

May 12, 2020
YouTube livestreaming saved the performance of the studio show “Madeline May Saves the World” after a live performance wasn’t possible.
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Projects in Quarantine: Fordham Food Network

April 28, 2020
Members of the Ramily and friends, join Leeza Richter, FCLC ’22; and Avery Primis, FCLC ’22, every Friday to learn new recipes through virtual cooking meetups.
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