The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer



All content by ANGELA LOCASCIO
The Women’s Rights Pioneers statue is the first in Central Park to depict real-life women.

Celebrating Women’s Suffrage in Central Park

March 1, 2023

Central Park was approved in 1853 and opened in 1876, bringing 840 square acres of vegetation and rich green foliage to New York City. Despite this quick construction, it took over 164 years to bring the...

Angela LoCascio proudly presents a sword from her collection.

A Girl, a Sword and a Symbol of Empowerment

June 9, 2022
My interest in King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table inspired me to learn how to use a sword.
Lincoln Center or Rose Hill: Which Is Your Favorite?

Lincoln Center or Rose Hill: Which Is Your Favorite?

April 28, 2022
One of Fordham University’s best features is that students can have the hustle of Manhattan and a more traditional campus in the Bronx. 
students wearing masks outside elevators at fordham lincoln center

Pro-Mask: Proceeding With Caution

March 23, 2022
Read Angela's pro-mask take as an older, immunocompromised student who wants to remain healthy to keep herself, family and friends safe.
angela locascio at age 18 and now

Confessions of a 64-Year-Young Fordham Undergrad

February 6, 2022
Although I could be the grandmother of my classmates, I decided to go back to school and I will be graduating at the age of 66 years young.
sophia ortega ties her shoes on in frannys space

An Interview With Ailey Dancer Sophia Ortega, FCLC ’22

December 31, 2021
Ortega explained that because she was able to attend these summer intensive programs, she was able to hone her dance skills and find out the type of disciplinary dancer that she is today.
School supplies, glasses, and a mask laid out orderly on a wood table

Welcome Back to School: A Guide to Our Bittersweet Reunion After COVID-19 and Isolation

September 8, 2021
As Fordham students return to in-person class and come back to school, they must treat each other with respect and care for their boundaries.
in an article about COVID-19, Angela LoCascio poses with a pink umbrella

What Happens When a Loved One Is Diagnosed With COVID-19?

May 2, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has traumatized me in more ways than I want to think about, similar to my trauma as a civilian during the Vietnam War.
a graphic illustration of a silhouette looking at a screen

Living Under the Radar: The Trauma of COVID-19 and the Death of George Floyd

November 8, 2020
Globally, life has changed drastically with the onset of COVID-19 and the murder of George Floyd. Times like these could either make us or break us.
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