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



Restaurant Review: Lowenstein Cafe, a Cornucopia of Choices

August 3, 2011

Welcome to the dining place of students and professors alike who glide around the single food aisle, sniffing at the freshly-served special of the day, the crispy rotating chicken and fries, the broken...

Pancake Week: The Brief Psychology of a Pancake Tradition

August 3, 2011

March 1 marks the beginning of Pancake Week, leading up to Pancake Day on March 8. Although we all know and love these fluffy delicacies, most people probably don’t know that Pancake Day is rooted in...


August 3, 2011

Ully Hirsch/Robert F. Nettleton Poetry Prize Award Co-Winner We took our time on the trip The Indian Reserve has cheaper gas, so we filled up our tank there This small passage within the stretch Where...

McMahon Hall Heartbreak Recovery Guide

August 3, 2011

So you’ve been dating (insert name here) for the past (two, three, four) years and you just broke up. So what right? Life goes on and there are plenty of other fish in the sea. Except for one small...

Five Ways to Deal with a Midterm Mishap

July 28, 2011

You’ve spent all night studying and attended every class. You’ve done all your assignments thoroughly and on time, and you haven’t skipped any readings. But when the midterm comes around, you find...

Work, Class, Party, Sleep: The Average Student Day

July 25, 2011

Published: October 7, 2010 What does the busy college student do in a day? Are there endless classes to take, meetings to attend, work to go to and assignments to complete? Is there sleep deprivation...

Immature or More Complex? FCLC Discusses Emerging Adulthood in the 21st Century

July 25, 2011

Published: September 23, 2010 Gone are the days when growing up meant moving out, getting a job, getting married and starting a family. Instead, our generation has defined growing up as a time to...

Speed Dating Turned Scholastic: A Possible Alternative to the Traditional Job Fair

July 23, 2011

Published: May 5, 2010 The job market is looming ahead of college students and grads, and without some guidance and knowledge, it can be a scary thing to dive into. To deal with their fears, students...

Dozing Off in Quinn? Take Your Books Off Campus!

July 10, 2011

Published: April 22, 2010 Finals are right around the corner, and while some of us are sitting pretty with a semester’s worth of notes to study from, others of us are frantically looking up outlines...

The Fast Track: FCLC Still Considers the Three-Year Degree

June 28, 2011

Published: November 19, 2009 When summer approaches, many students look forward to some downtime, vacation or even a change of pace with a summer job. Some students work to help pay tuition or explore...

Fordham Students Stick to Interests Despite Gloomy Job Market

June 26, 2011

Published: October 8, 2009 The days of Mother Economy waiting with arms wide open, willing to accept just about any student with a degree are over, as the effects of the recession loom large. According...

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