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The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

AVERY LOFTIS

AVERY LOFTIS, Editor-in-Chief

Avery Loftis (she/her), FCLC 25, is the editor-in-chief at The Observer. She is a journalism major and English minor. When she is not obsessing over a sentence, she is likely reporting for WFUV News or making playlists. She was previously an arts and culture editor.

All content by AVERY LOFTIS
The Lincoln Center campus was transformed into a film set on Friday for a Netflix show

[Photo] Netflix Shoots Original Series ‘Zero Day’ at Lincoln Center Campus

By ABBY GRUNZINGER April 18, 2024

The Lincoln Center campus was transformed into a film set on Friday for a Netflix show

Maggie Rogers’ third studio album chronicles lost loves and hopeful futures in 10 folk-rock tracks.

Unforgettable Notes from Maggie Rogers’ Newest Album

April 18, 2024
Written in five days, Maggie Rogers' newest album "Don’t Forget Me" takes listeners on a journey through remembrance.
Compared to the more colorful, louder outfits of New York City, Scandinavian-European fashion is much more muted and toned down.

Copenhagen Chameleon

December 7, 2023
A student studying abroad in Denmark discusses her experiences with the fashion in Europe versus New York City.
Existence According to Wes Anderson

Existence According to Wes Anderson

June 30, 2023
Wes Anderson’s “Asteroid City” reflects on progress, religion, time and, most importantly, fear.
“Camelot” opened on April 13 and will play at the Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center until Sept. 3.

‘Camelot’ Is a Timeless Tale

May 8, 2023
With the turbulent state of the world, Aaron Sorkin's revival of Camelot provides a sense of optimism for its audience
JanelleNo.5 looks solemnly at the audience as she delivers a powerful performance.

The Drag Show Brings the Heat on Trans Day of Visibility

April 18, 2023
Fordham’s Fashion for Philanthropy raised over $650 for New Alternatives at their night of song, dance, drag and community.
Fordham Alum Soukaina Alaoui El Hassani (FCLC ‘18) has won several accolades for her work in the NYC independent film scene.

A Window Into Soukaina Alaoui El Hassani’s Silver Screen

February 8, 2023
Film director and Fordham alum Soukaina Alaoui El Hassani (FCLC '18) talks about finding her footing in the NYC film scene.
Sex scenes were a selling point of Dont Worry. Darling, but their meaning isnt fully realized in the film.

‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Is Organized Chaos

October 5, 2022
The psychological thriller “Don’t Worry Darling,” directed by Olivia Wilde, has caught media attention for the better part of a year.
NYPL Performing Arts Exhibit

Theater Arts in the Archives

September 14, 2022
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts is celebrating 50 years of its video-recorded theatre archive with a new exhibition.
three women sit modeling clothing for fashion week. all three are women of color

Breaking the Fashion Cycle of Exclusivity

February 27, 2022
When people yearn for inclusion in fashion, an industry with a runway of unreality dividing it, how do you conquer the catwalk in couture?
Adam Melchor sings and plays guitar with band and backdrop behind him.

The Mesmerizing Melodies of Adam Melchor

November 22, 2021
Melchor’s headline tour proved his consistency in providing a cosmic level of comfort and connection within his fanbase.
Madison Beer on stage

Fans Reconnect at Live Concerts

November 19, 2021
With the return of in-person concerts, New York City venues adapt to meet COVID-related health and safety concerns.
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