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

ANGELIKA MENENDEZ, Social Media Editor Emerita

Johnny Travers, FCLC 20 has landed the role of Yancey in the Off-Broadway show Matata and Jesse James: An American Tragedy. (COURTESY OF JOHNNY TRAVERS)

Travers Takes on Off-Broadway

April 4, 2018

The classroom was bubbling with excitement as Mrs. Slagel, the third grade teacher of Johnny Travers, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’20, passed out scripts for the class’s showcase, a compilation...

Student-run organization Active Minds advocates for mental health visibility and support.

Stop the Stigma of Mental Illness

March 15, 2018

Fordham Lincoln Center’s mental health club, Active Minds, has a saying that goes “Not everybody struggles with mental illness, but everyone deals with mental health.” This is to say that depression,...

Grace Howie sails alongside the best view: the New York City skyline.

Grace Howie Sails To Victory

March 15, 2018

Time began to pass away, the winds began to pick up and the temperature began to drop at Eastchester Bay as Fordham College at Rose Hill (FCRH) sophomore Grace Howie began to wrestle against the rough...

On the Shore of the Wide World is performed at the Atlantic Theater Company’s Linda Gross Theater (ELVERT BARNES VIA FLICKR)

Off-Broadway Shows Steal the Spotlight

October 6, 2017

Bright lights and giant advertisements may not appear all over New York for these shows, making off-broadway seem less lavish, but the quality of the shows is just the same as any show on the Great White...

Freshman Sarah Takash expresses her creativity through dance and her passion for photography.  (ERIN OFLYNN/The Observer)

Ailey Dancer Combines Her Love for Dance With Visual Arts

May 9, 2017
Fordham's joint program with The Ailey School allows students to pursue dance alongside their other passions.
Storm has been able to translate her success on the softball field to success in the classroom. (COURTESY OF HILLARIE VIA FLICKR)

Storm Looks to Lead Fordham Softball

March 31, 2017
Starting at a young age, sophomore Jordana Storm loved watching baseball and was determined to continue with this passion. She found this enthusiasm in softball.
Entering his final season of play for Fordhams mens tennis team, Nick Borak hopes to make it a memorable and successful one. (GEORGE HORIHAN/THE OBSERVER)

Borak Looks to Lead Fordham Men’s Tennis into Postseason

March 9, 2017
This will be Borak’s last season on the team, and is sure of the fact that he’ll truly miss the time he has spent on the court.
Anderson not only leads Fordham on the court, but also in the classroom. (JILLIAN JAYMES/THE OBSERVER)

Antwoine Anderson’s Path to Success Begins in the Classroom

February 22, 2017
Anderson is a redshirt junior from Rochester, New York who scored two buzzer beaters in two different games, which led the Rams to victory.
Sleujtes has learned how to thrive both in the classroom and in the pool. (ASEAH KHAN/THE OBSERVER)

Sleutjes Succeeds as Student and Swimmer

February 9, 2017
Hailing from over 1,000 miles away in Sherman Oaks, California, Christopher Sleutjes, Gabelli School of Business at Rose Hill (GSBRH) ’20, is a freshman on the Fordham University swim team.
Members of the Bronx Community Board 6 organized an event with PAL participants and the New York Jets on Martyrs Lawn. (PHOTO COURTESY OF BRONX COMMUNITY BOARD 6)

Flag Football Jets to Rose Hill

November 26, 2016
On Nov. 1, the Police Athletic League (PAL) and the New York Police Department (NYPD) 48th precinct in partnership with the New York Jets, hosted a flag football game for children from the Bronx.
A new recruit from Czech Republic joins Fordham basketball. (PHOTO COURTESY OF PROKOP SLANINA)

Slanina Looks to Succeed as a Ram

November 4, 2016
Hailing all the way from his hometown in Brno, Czech Republic, forward-center Prokop Slanina is a sophomore basketball player at Fordham College at Rose Hill.
Fordham Rams defeated the University of Pennsylvania Quakers in front of a packed crowd at the Homecoming game on Sept. 24. (PHOTO COURTESY OF FORDHAM SPORTS)

Rams Crush Quakers on Homecoming

September 29, 2016
On Sept. 24, the Fordham Rams played the University of Pennsylvania Quakers in the highly-anticipated 2016 homecoming game.

The Best Free Events NYC Has to Offer

September 16, 2016
NYC offers plenty of free events to help keep you healthy
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