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

CHLOE ZELCH, Assistant News Editor

Chloe Zelch, FCLC ’24, is one of the assistant news editors at the Observer. She is majoring in journalism and possibly new media & digital design. When she’s not writing and reporting, she loves to watch anime and knit.

All content by CHLOE ZELCH
Members of Fordham's club, Prism, aranged in a graphic.

Prism Emerges as FCLC’s New LGBTQ+ Club

May 4, 2021
FCLC’s LGBTQ+ club, the Rainbow Alliance, has been succeeded by Prism, and hopes to educate and create a safe space for students.
at some campus events, students paint on canvas

Fordham On-Campus Events Fail to Foster Community

April 20, 2021
Student involvement has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic, and fostering community through events is significantly more difficult.
photo of a fordham dorm room for an article about missing items

Students Report Missing Items and Complicated Move-In Process

February 21, 2021
Students have aired frustrations with the ResLife office after reporting missing items almost a year after suddenly moving out last March.
person thinks about what news source to consume , favoring social media over newspapers, to accompany an article about instagram meme pages becoming news sources

Meme News at Fordham: Troubling Trend or Trusted Trolls?

November 27, 2020
Students at FLC consider the validity of two student-run meme accounts as news sources for updates on university policies.
the doorway of the ram cafe dining location, with a red sign on top saying

Campus Dining Favorites Close and Cut Hours for the Semester

October 8, 2020
The first month of the fall semester brought the temporary closing of the Schmeltzer Dining Room and significant cuts to Ram Café and Argo Tea.
a first-year student in McKeon Hall sits at her desk by a window as she takes an online class on her laptop

First-Years Adjust to an Unprecedented First Semester

October 2, 2020
As first-years matriculate to campus, they are trying to have as normal of a semester as possible.
a photo of LaGuardia High School, a New York City public school

New York City Delays the Start of Public Schools

September 18, 2020
Due to the pandemic, New York City public schools are facing a delayed opening; instead of beginning on Sept. 10, students are returning to school on Oct. 1 this year. A student and teacher reflect on the decision to delay reopening, as well as the risks of returning in-person.
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