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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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ASHLEY YIU, Former Assistant Photo Editor

Ashley Yiu, GSB ’24, is the assistant photo editor of The Observer, majoring in global business with a concentration in marketing and consumer insights. Outside of taking photos, Ashley loves food tours and walking through art museums without reading the descriptions.

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The recently renamed Robert Moses Plaza signifies a deep history of Fordhams displacement, which must be acknowledged and rectified.

[Photo] A West Side Story: On the Birth of Fordham Lincoln Center

May 16, 2022

The recently renamed Robert Moses Plaza signifies a deep history of Fordham's displacement, which must be acknowledged and rectified.

three woman of diverse body shapes and colors with words around them in a graphic

[Photo] One Size Does Not Fit All

March 24, 2022

I am not valued for how palatable my body is to you.

two cartoon people, one gaslighting with i cant believe all over the body and a woman with shame, trivial, believe me, etc. written on her

[Photo] Remove ‘I Can’t Believe’ From Sexual Assault Conversations

February 17, 2022

There is a balance between experiencing the consequences of trauma and not letting those consequences define you.

fordham tours outside with table and man sitting at table

[Photo] BREAKING: Fordham Updates Return Protocol for the Beginning of the Spring Semester

January 3, 2022

Fordham will not have spectators at athletic events until further notice. Food and drink are not allowed in classrooms or other study spaces such as the library.

times square bright lights in the nighttime

[Photo] Scenes of NYC in Photos

November 19, 2021

Times Square is the heart of the city that never sleeps — the place where people from around the world gather to stand in awe of the never ending lights, and to see a billboard of Justin Bieber’s new...

drawings of characters from Mean Girls, with a smiley face on one character drawn as an act of vandalism

[Photo] Bulletin Boards Defaced in McKeon Hall

November 7, 2021

The Office of Residential Life issued a statement to residents regarding acts of vandalism and stolen property occurring in McKeon Hall.

School supplies, glasses, and a mask laid out orderly on a wood table

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

September 8, 2021

Fordham students must respect each other's boundaries as we return to in-person learning after a year of isolation.

a woman in a green dress holds a bowl of congee made here in a Taiwanese style with garlic cucumbers and pork floss

[Photo] Karens and Congee: Asian Foods Do Not Need White People’s Input

July 31, 2021

Traditional Taiwanese congee, served one way with pork floss and garlic cucumbers, unlike the poorly appropriated blueberry oatmeal.

for an article about covid-19 photos, a student, facing away from the camera, carries their graduation cap wearing a gown in Central Park

[Photo] A Year of COVID-19 at Fordham in Photos

May 21, 2021

Fordham held both virtual and in-person commencement ceremonies for the Class of 2021 with COVID-19 precautions in place.

in an article about COVID-19, Angela LoCascio poses with a pink umbrella

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

May 2, 2021

Angela LoCascio, a PCS student, has taken care of her husband as he battled COVID-19 among other health issues.

group of people having a spring picnic on the lawn of a park with a skyscraper in the background

Soaking In the New York Spring and Sun

March 21, 2021
New York City welcomed the warm season with open arms as March temperatures reached a high of 71 degrees Fahrenheit.
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