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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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ANA WINSTON, Assistant Opinions Editor

Ana Winston (she/her), FCLC ’26, is an assistant opinions editor at The Observer. She’s a comparative literature major with a linguistics minor and is equally annoying about both subjects. In her spare time, she likes to read, write, peruse the Criterion Channel and pester her friends about music. Her favorite activity is walking through the Ramble in Central Park while drinking a matcha latte and listening to one of her many playlists.

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Previous ownership adds personality to the clothes in your wardrobe.

An Ode to Hoarding

December 7, 2023

One of my most treasured possessions is a shirt. Specifically, it’s a Custo Barcelona top from the ’90s that once belonged to my aunt. The shirt is made from a soft cloth in a flashy orange, yellow...

By assigning the narrow definition of “girl” to concepts irrelevant to gender identity, women are further pinholed in their identity.

The Unsavory Taste of ‘Girl Dinner’

November 22, 2023
By assigning the narrow definition of “girl” to concepts irrelevant to gender identity, women are further pinholed in their identity.
What Do Artists Owe to Their Fans?

What Do Artists Owe to Their Fans?

May 8, 2023

The Coachella Valley Arts and Music Festival in Indio, California, has been a contemporary American cultural staple since its inception in 1999. This year’s lineup was set to be one of the best: After...

Attendees of the event hold Gupta’s book, “I Kick and I Fly.”

Activist Ruchira Gupta Returns To Speak on Human Sex Trafficking

May 4, 2023
New York University professor and activist gave a talk at Fordham University about the human sex trafficking industry and her new book.
The Metro-North Should Go to Penn Station

The Metro-North Should Go to Penn Station

April 18, 2023
I was overwhelmed with joy for Long Islanders’ new, easy commute. However, I was struck by the injustice of the entire situation.
NYC Department of Health officials speaking with Urban Plunge participants in August about the Cross Bronx Expressway and its contribution to Bronx residents’ asthma rates, which are the highest of any community in the nation.

Fordham CCEL Joins NYC Mayor in Bronx Federal Study

January 25, 2023
Fordham’s Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) has partnered with Bronx-elected officials and New York City Mayor Eric Adams to address the Cross Bronx Expressway’s effects on residents and the borough in a $2 million federal grant.
Central Park has a self-guided walking tour to teach visitors about the Seneca Village neighborhood.

Central Park: An Accurate Reflection of New York’s Racist History

October 27, 2022
Low-income communities are the most in need of parks, and yet, when parks are built, they are the ones least likely to benefit from their construction.
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