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ALYSSA DAUGHDRILL, Assistant Photo Editor

Alyssa Daughdrill, FCLC ’23, is an assistant photo editor for The Observer and is a journalism major with plans to double major in visual arts. She is the secretary and social media coordinator for the campus Tae Kwon Do club and enjoys exploring the city with friends, reading and taking pictures.

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students waiting in line at CAB's Winter Market

CAB’s Winter Market Celebrates Black History Month

March 6, 2021
On Thursday, Feb. 25, Fordham CAB held its Winter Market on the outdoor plaza, featuring Black-owned businesses.
five student attendees of the Black History Month paining event hold up their artworks

FLC’s Black History Month Committee Holds Hybrid Painting Event

February 24, 2021
Fordham’s Black History Month Committee celebrated the month by hosting a paint night both virtually and in-person.
the Outdoor Plaza at Fordham Lincoln Center as viewed from McMahon Hall

[Photo] Scenes From a Snowy City: Historic Snowstorm Hits NYC

February 4, 2021

Fordham Lincoln Center’s plaza has been engulfed in snow. With in-person classes canceled to accommodate the storm, there are no rushing students to disturb the pristine blanket of snow.

Person is silhouetted by blue light coming from a projection of a blue sphere on the wall

A Blue Christmas

December 4, 2020
Chelsea Market’s ARTECHOUSE gallery hosts "Celestial," an immersive exhibit dedicated to Pantone's Color of Year, Classic Blue.
Group shot of runway participants

Fordham’s Spooky Season Ended In Style

November 10, 2020
On Oct. 28, the Fordham Residence Hall Association partnered with the Fashion for Philanthropy Club to host a Halloween Runway.
picture of green spaces in DeWitt Clinton Park

Photo Gallery: Scenes From Green Spaces

November 3, 2020
The next couple weeks are the perfect opportunity to make use of New York’s parks and outdoor recreational spaces before the cold sets in.
Bright pink flowers in the foreground of Bryant Park, with trees and green space in the background

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November 3, 2020

Flowers bloom in Bryant Park. In every corner of the city, one can find somewhere to enjoy the great outdoors.

A park-goer stands with their hands at their hips as they look across the field. The scene is seen through a chain link fence and the car dealerships and other midtown buildings can be seen bordering the park in the background

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November 3, 2020

DeWitt Clinton Park, surrounded by the hustle and bustle of midtown, offers sports fields and other ways to get outside for some fresh air.

people sit outdoors in the grass of Central Park on a sunny day

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November 3, 2020

Central Park is full of fields and meadows that are perfect for a picnic, lounging, or throwing around a ball with your friends.

a man reaches to grab a piece of fruit from a produce stand

[Photo] Skip Trader Joe’s and Visit Your Local Fruit Stand Instead

October 8, 2020

Buying a piece of fruit is the perfect way to get a quick snack and support local vendors.