The Silly Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Silly Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Silly Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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CARSON THORNTON GONZALEZ, Features Editor Emerita

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Bilbao, Spain is located in the northern tip of the country and is known to be a place where Spanish seniors spend their retirement.

Snapshots of Bilbao, Spain

January 22, 2019
Carson Thornton Gonzalez spent six months abroad flying to Lisbon, Portugal with her ultimate destination being Bilbao, Spain. Her photographs depict everyday life in this small northern city.
Kayla Wolf used her research grant to study the Catholic Church (Courtesy of Kayla Wolf via Instagram)

Of Piety and Politics: Reexamining the Relationship Between Church and State

February 15, 2018

Attending a Jesuit college guarantees some degree of religion-oriented learning. For Kayla Wolf, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’19, this was not an especially appealing aspect of her undergraduate...

governors island

Fill Your Fall With These Five Activities

October 1, 2017

1. Governor’s Island This quick getaway from the city is located only 800 yards from Lower Manhattan. Home to some of the best views of the city, Governor’s Island hosts different events throughout...

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Bailar Para Juntar

September 14, 2017

We all strive to find that which incorporates what we love with a way to benefit those around us. Caroline Shriver, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’19, found the perfect combination while dancing...

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Theology Event Aims to Unite Church and LGBT Groups

September 2, 2017

The relationship between the Catholic Church and the LGBTQ+ community has long been characterized by tension. As a sect of Christianity that prides itself on tradition and following what the Catechism...

Kyle J. Kilkenny on Feb. 1, 2017 at the #PutAPriceOnIt Fordham/NYC kickoff. (JILLIAN GALLAGHER/THE OBSERVER)

Fordham Becomes First Jesuit University to Endorse Carbon Pricing

May 4, 2017
After months of hard work, students working on the #PutaPriceOnIt campaign have convinced the President to endorse carbon pricing at the university.
On March 3, FCLC’s theatre department held a forum on redlining.(KATARINA MARSCHHAUSEN/THE OBSERVER)

Theatre Department Tackles ‘Redlining’ in Forum

March 9, 2017
Systemic racism takes many forms—in our everyday language, images in the media and in opportunities (or the lack thereof) given to communities of color.
Fordham Student Documents Journey Across the Country

Fordham Student Documents Journey Across the Country

February 8, 2017
Documenting movement through travel is a fundamental aspect of photography.
Protestors participate in the Women’s March on Washington on Jan. 21, 2017, the day after the inauguration. (ADRIANA BALSAMO-GALLINA / THE OBSERVER)

Women’s March Draws Students to D.C.

January 26, 2017
On Jan. 21, 2017, more than 3 million people across the United States expressed their discontent in what is now being called the biggest collective demonstration in U.S. history.
Eliza Putnam is a Fordham student with a passion for nonprofit work. (JON BJORSON/THE OBSERVER)

Putnam Returns to Continue Mission

November 19, 2016
To pursue something you are passionate about is something we all strive for, but finding work that aligns with your passions can be extremely difficult.
Fordham University will celebrate International Education Week. (COURTESY OF EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK/FLICKR)

International Education Week Promotes Study Abroad

November 17, 2016
As one of the world’s international hubs, New York has always been a city that promotes travel and intercultural exchange.
Operation Smile raises money and awareness for children in third-world countries with facial deformities. (IAN SOKOLOWSKI/THE OBSERVER)

Making a Difference, One Smile at a Time

November 4, 2016
Operation Smile, endearingly dubbed “Op Smile” by its members, aims to raise money and awareness for children in third world countries with cleft lips and other facial deformities.
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