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

AURELIEN CLAVAUD, Assistant Sports & Health Editor

Aurelien Clavaud, FCLC ’25 is an assistant sports and health editor majoring in international political economy. He is from Houston, which makes New York City winter a real struggle. He played basketball in high-school and was probably the best shooter in Texas.  He loves to write and do conceptual photography and photoshoots.

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fordham played umes in basketball

Fordham Men’s Basketball Falls in Two Overtimes to University of Maryland Eastern Shore

November 22, 2021
Fordham men's basketball faces a tight loss at their Rose Hill campus against University of Maryland Eastern Shore, ending at 75-73.
the world trade center with a bright white cloud and a deep blue sunny sky behind it

[Photo] Scenes of NYC in Photos

November 19, 2021

Towering over the rest of Manhattan, One World Trade...

player makes a basket against columbia

Fordham Men’s Basketball Defeats Columbia for Win in Season Opener

November 12, 2021
Fordham men's basketball won its game against Columbia, fulfilling the hopes of new head coach Kyle Neptune and his newly formed team.
soccer plays against george mason, pictured is danielle etienne

Fordham Women’s Soccer Triumphs Over George Mason

October 28, 2021
The Rams dominated their Atlantic 10 rivals George Mason, emerging victorious. The win marked a positive conclusion to the 2021 season.
volleyball players on a court

Fordham Volleyball Sweeps George Washington Colonials

October 12, 2021
The dominant showing featured the volleyball team's first win in A10 play this season, demonstrating a pivot away from their struggles.
tim demorat passes against the seawolves

Fordham Football Dominates Stony Brook Seawolves for First Win

October 1, 2021
The Rams claimed their first victory in an emphatic 31-14 win against the Seawolves. Fordham had lost three consecutive prior to the contest.
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