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


AIDAN LANE, Former Features Editor

Aidan Lane (they/them), FCLC ‘23, is a former features editor for The Observer. They’re a Journalism major minoring in Spanish and New Media and Digital Design. When they’re not looking for people to speak Spanish with, you’ll probably find them in the Lincoln Center practice rooms playing guitar, attempting to learn the drums or listening to every genre imaginable.

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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
How to Defend Yourself ran from March 13 to April 2 at the New York Theatre Workshop.

‘How to Defend Yourself’ Is the Play Gen Z Needs

April 11, 2023
"How to Defend Yourself" stunned audiences in its initial premiere in NYC, the play discusses the important aspects of young adulthood.
poster for slav velkovs a new world

The Anti-Modernism of ‘A New World’ by Slav Velkov

November 20, 2021
Velkov’s short film, “A New World” has no dialogue, yet it speaks volumes about life in our capitalist society.
Taxi Workers Alliance members surrounding a banner at a gathering

City Government Accepts Union Debt Relief Plan for Taxi Drivers

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.
Just under half of the worlds population has received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Data via

[Photo] Vaccine Patent Protections and the Hypocrisy of US Health Care

By AIDAN LANE October 22, 2021

Just under half of the world's population has received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Data via

fire shut up in my bones cast

The Met Opera Reopens With ‘Fire Shut Up in My Bones’

October 10, 2021
Terence Blanchard brings NY Times columnist Charles Blow's memoir to life on stage in the first ever Metropolitan Opera by a Black composer.
Two children reading pamphlets at a May Day rally.

Labor Organizers Shine During May Day Protests

May 11, 2021
New Yorkers rallied throughout the city to promote workers and call for an end to corporate greed in May Day rallies around Union Square.
Joe VanGostein standing by a tree.

USG President-Elect Joe VanGostein Has Big Plans for Next School Year

April 24, 2021
Joe VanGostein is gearing up for a year of action following his win in the United Student Government presidential election held on April 14.
for an article about mental health, a student sitting at a laptop looking concerned

Mental Health at Fordham: Where We Are and How To Move Forward

March 30, 2021
College students' mental health took a drastic turn for the worse at the start of the pandemic and has continued to do so, but Fordham students met unique challenges not faced on traditional campuses.
portrait of Slav Velkov

Slav Velkov on Life as a Student Filmmaker and His Upcoming Work ‘A New World’

March 24, 2021
The work of filmmaker Slav Velkov encourages people to think critically about the cultural, social and political institutions that govern their lives.
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