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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CAT REYNOLDS, Staff Writer

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I was so caught up in the whirlwind of senior year that it wasn’t until classes began and I was a few weeks deep in work that I realized one glaring fact about the authors I was reading for my classes: they were almost all white men.

Sounds About White: The Lack of Diversity in Fordham Syllabi

January 22, 2019
Cat Reynolds delves into the lack of diversity in Fordham's English department when it comes to assigned authors on syllabi.
(Image courtesy of Jason Adam Photography)

Eighties Cover Band Rubix Kube Transports and Transforms

April 7, 2018

The musicians of Rubix Kube have already launched into a punching rock progression on stage, while frontwoman Cherie Martorana Neve pulls on a pair of mixed print stiletto boots over her sequined leg warmers...

Taeler Cyrus, FCLC ’08, uses the discipline she learned at Ailey in Broadways Hello, Dolly! (COURTESY OF TAELER CYRUS)

Fordham/Ailey Alum Says “Hello, Dolly!”

February 28, 2018

The joyful, iconic number “Put On Your Sunday Clothes” ignites a tangible energy that hums across the audience of the 2017 Tony Award-winning revival of “Hello, Dolly!” The song is a marker of...

After each performance, Gurr exits the Neil Simon through the stage door where he signs autographs for fans.(CAT REYNOLDS/ THE OBSERVER)

Behind the Jellicle Ball: An Interview with Christopher Gurr

July 25, 2017

I am waiting outside the Neil Simon Theatre for Sunday’s matinee performance of “Cats” to end. As the doors open, hundreds of patrons flow from the theater into the daylight on 52nd Street. Christopher...

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