The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

brielle cayer


Brielle Cayer, Gabelli School of Business at Lincoln Center ’22, is a global business major with a concentration in global marketing with consumer insights. A writer since childhood, she enjoys publishing articles on inspiring artists and theatre, as well as writing plays, poems and show reviews in her own time. She enjoys poetry, photography, getting lost in Central Park, walking dogs while getting lost in Central Park, posing as a mediocre ice skater and being an absolute Broadway stan.

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album cover of Juicetin

Rock Star Rams: Fordham Artist Juicetin Releases New Single ‘Let You Go’

April 14, 2021
Justin Stuhr, Fordham College at Lincoln Center '22, known by his stage name, Juicetin, released his new single "Let You Go" on Mar. 26.
photo of three actors rehearsing

[Photo] BIPOC Theatre Students Release List of Demands

By JOE KOTTKE and VICKY CARMENATE September 8, 2020

Students rehearse "Twelfth Night" in October 2019. The show was mentioned in the student demands for Fordham Theatre as a positive example of diverse casting.

The front of the Met with boards over the windows

The Met: Reduced, Restricted, But Still Reopening

August 22, 2020
The Metropolitan Museum of Art plans to open its doors once again this fall along with a host of other museums and institutions.
Cathleen Freedman writing in front of colorful wall

Playmaking in a Pandemic: Zoom Theater Competition

July 29, 2020
Cathleen Freedman, FCLC '22, was challenged to write a play in 12 hours for Zoom.
Storyboards of Koty Vooys latest film are spread out across a table with pens and a ruler on top of them.

Club Spotlight: Filmmaking Club

April 21, 2020
Amid canceled festival plans and virtual meeting adaptations, members of the Filmmaking Club continue to prepare for their end-of-semester Fordham Film Festival.
Fordham Students Lose Internships and Jobs as Global Crisis Continues

Fordham Students Lose Internships and Jobs as Global Crisis Continues

April 6, 2020
As states implement stay-at-home orders, student workers find their internships and jobs being canceled. Many scramble to change their summer plans, which could lead to ripples in their careers at Fordham and beyond.
Student Influencers Release ‘ok, anyway’ Podcast

Student Influencers Release ‘ok, anyway’ Podcast

March 10, 2020
Two student influencers, Tori Pante and Georgia Bridgers, began a podcast to discuss the everyday happenings in their “laugh out loud” lives.
Luthun recited his poetry and allowed students to purchase advance copies of his new poetry collection, How the Water Holds Me.

Emmy Winner Tariq Luthun Hosts Palestinian Poetry Night

February 29, 2020
The poet and students shared their words on poignant issues surrounding race, politics and marginalization.
The Latin Grammy Award-winning performer played his first ticketed concert to a sold-out house.

Spencer Ludwig Sells Out Mercury Lounge

February 19, 2020
LA based vocalist-instrumentalist, Spencer Ludwig sold out his first show at the Mercury Lounge and is set to begin a residency at The Freehold.
Ram Jams: Albums of the Decade

Ram Jams: Albums of the Decade

January 22, 2020
Fordham students pick their most defining albums of the 2010s, from pop to R&B and everything in between.
Seidell performed comedy in college, but he didn’t think it an attainable career until CollegeHumor offered him a job.

Alumni Spotlight: Streeter Seidell

January 20, 2020
Streeter Seidell, FCRH '05, was recently named a comedian to watch in 2020 for his work on CollegeHumor and "Saturday Night Live."
Hadestown numbers dominated the night, beginning with a group rendition of Chant.

Chamber Singers Perform Broadway Tunes with a Twist

November 21, 2019
Students sung gender-bent versions of showtunes for an intimate audience of friends.
Platitudes, directed by former Fordham professor Charlotte Wincott, follows the challenges of growing up in a household dealing with addiction.

Professor Destigmatizes Disorders Through Performance Art

November 7, 2019
Science professor Stephanie Rogers produces "A Lot on the Mind," a series that tells the stories of people with neurological disorders.
The cast of Twelfth Night rehearse Shakespeares classic reimagined through modern punk rock written by Fordham students.

Six Nights of Punk Rock in a Reimagined ‘Twelfth Night’

October 30, 2019
Fordham Theatre incorporates original punk rock music to explore gender and sexuality in its upcoming adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.”
Practice makes perfect: The cast of The Wolves practices soccer skills in rehearsal. The lessons they learned in the process applied to their own lives; Amanda Morrow, who plays #25, said, “She has taught me how to be strong.”

Fordham Theatre Addresses Gender Stereotypes in ‘The Wolves’

October 2, 2019
The season's first mainstage show challenges common perceptions of teenage girls through its all-female ensemble.
Taylor Swifts 6th studio album is her first with Republic Records.

Ram Jams: Love, Hate or Indifference Toward ‘Lover?’

September 5, 2019
Brielle Cayer (Swiftie) and Paolo Estrella (non-Swiftie) find a number of masterful gems among more forgettable tunes as they discuss their mixed reviews of the album.
LaTanya Richardson Jackson will bring her film, television and theatre expertise to Fordham Theatre this season.

Tony Nominee Named 2019 Denzel Chair

August 25, 2019
LaTanya Richardson Jackson was named the eighth Denzel Washington Endowed Chair in Theatre this fall.
Splinter Groups production of Cabaret played to a packed, engaged audience.

Splinter Group Says ‘Wilkommen’ to the Cabaret

March 31, 2019
Splinter Group's "Cabaret" marked the first time the group has put on two full-length shows in one year.
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