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



Aditi Praveen Kariyanahalli (she/her), FCLC ’25, is an arts & culture editor at The Observer. She is a journalism and political science double major. Her hobbies include swimming, reading and judging celebrity homes on Architectural Digest.

Fordham’s Visual Arts Department’s Senior Showcase Exhibition rotates talented seniors’ work all throughout spring semester.

Fordham’s Visual Department Continues Senior Showcase Tradition

April 29, 2024

Every spring semester, Fordham University dedicates its gallery spaces at the Lincoln Center campus — the Ildiko Butler Gallery and Susan Lipani Gallery — to graduating seniors for their “Visual...

Famed Baroque-inspired painter Raul Karsten was commissioned for the portrait, which is set to be displayed at the Ildiko Butler Gallery.

Tetlow Commissions Self-Portrait

April 1, 2024
University President Tania Tetlow is set to have her own portrait in the Ildiko Butler Gallery this fall admidst student hunger and distress
San Martín’s work across numerous mediums in the exhibit serves as a thematic reminder of the devastation and instability that Chileans have endured for decades.

San Martín Honors Victims of Pinochet Regime

September 29, 2023
On display at Fordham Lincoln Center’s Lipani Gallery, the exhibit explores the legacy of the Pinochet regime and Chilean fascism.
Qureshi and Berggren hold up their homemade sign during the Club Fair on Aug. 31.

Arts Club at Fordham: A Place to Relax and Create

September 13, 2023
Students found Arts Club at Fordham Lincoln Center to provide a community and space for all those who wish to create and share their art.
Fordham students and faculty mingle at the opening reception.

Fordham Visual Arts Department Presents Senior Showcase

May 8, 2023
The visual arts department displays the works of three seniors in the Ildiko Butler Gallery as part of their Senior Seminar Showcase
Gramercy Park, a private park exclusively for residents in its surrounding affluent neighborhood, exemplifies the park disparity in New York City.

Accessing Green Space Is Anything But a Walk in the Park

October 27, 2022
We must dedicate more time, money and energy to ensure that all New Yorkers have equal access to public parks and green spaces.
Undergraduate Admissions Extends Test-Optional Policy

Undergraduate Admissions Extends Test-Optional Policy

September 29, 2022

Fordham’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions announced on Sept. 12 that it will extend the test-optional policy to include prospective students applying for the fall 2024 admission cycle. The university...

Students grow frustrated at the difficult registration process for new classes.

Fordham Students Report Struggles With Class Registration

July 27, 2022
When registering, some students expressed dissatisfaction with the registration process and explained the additional steps they took to try and ensure a calmer experience.
occupy prescott cast on set

‘Occupy Prescott’: A Modern Interpretation of the Occupy Wall Street Movement

November 23, 2021
“Occupy Prescott” is a play that depicts the dirty work that has to occur in everyday activism through a story of the 2008 financial crisis.
a student using her phone as an electronic ID on a scanner

To Opt-In or Out: Fordham’s Frustration With Electronic IDs

October 1, 2021
Students who have opted to use an electronic ID are returning to using a physical ID after dealing with difficulties and inefficiency.
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