The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

AMANDA J. PURCELL, Staff Writer

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American Politicians Get the Hollywood Treatment as Election Day Draws Near

June 22, 2011

Published: October 02, 2008 ‘Tis the season! The election season, that is. With the upcoming presidential election, suddenly everything is waxing political, from “Barack the Vote” t-shirts...

April-as-Poetry Month: New York City’s Celebration of Poets Young and Old

June 22, 2011

Published: April 9, 2009 First we had Black History Month (February) and Women’s History Month (March), and now with April comes... National Poetry Month? Yes, it’s true. First introduced...

What It’s Like Being Average “In These Parts”

June 19, 2011

Published: March 12, 2009 With its newly released Debut EP “In These Parts” currently for sale on their Web site and four upcoming shows in the New York and Brooklyn area, Average Girl might...

Casey Ruble On Creating Moments of Suspension

June 16, 2011

Published: November 13, 2008 Artist-in-residence Casey Ruble teaches Drawing I and Senior Seminar at Fordham College at Lincoln Center. Outside of the university, her work has been shown both nationally...

After Latest Renovation of Lincoln Center, Alice Tully Hall Opens to a Warm Reception

June 12, 2011

Published: February 26, 2009 On Feb. 22, at the start of its “Opening Nights Festival,” Lincoln Center for Performing Arts unveiled its latest completed construction project, the modification...

Virginia Woolf’s “Freshwater” at Women’s Project

June 9, 2011

Published: February 12, 2009 In September of last year, Theresa Rebeck, writer for the Guardian, posted a controversial blog which reported that over 12.6 percent of shows on Broadway for the...

Women Stormed the Silver Screen in 2008

June 9, 2011

Published: February 12, 2009 If you ask any writer, he or she will tell you that you can’t have a good story without great characters. However, as film audience members, we know that a character...

As the Nation Progresses, Met Exhibit Reflects on Past Injustice

June 5, 2011

Published: December 11, 2008 After the naming of current President-elect Barack Obama, it was generally acknowledged that, collectively, the United States of America was able to do something that even...

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