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Cleo Papadopoulos, Fordham College at Lincoln Center ’22,  is a staff writer for The Observer’s arts & culture section. She is currently majoring in new media and digital design and minoring in visual arts. A native New Yorker, she enjoys walks around New York City and spending as much time as she can with her friends. She also enjoys traveling, reading, listening to music and watching movies.

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[Photo] Beau, Bella, Bellisimo: The Beauty and Benefits of Bilingualism

November 12, 2020

Apps like Duolingo are an easy, free way to add language learning into your quarantine routine.

Lightening the Mood in Liminal Space

Lightening the Mood in Liminal Space

April 28, 2020
New media and digital design, and visual arts majors Cleo Papadopoulos and Caitlin Bury, both FCLC ’22, explore what it means to make art under quarantine.
Review: ‘Emma.’ Proves Cosmically Wonderful

Review: ‘Emma.’ Proves Cosmically Wonderful

February 27, 2020
Exceptionally unique directing, production design, cinematography and music come together to create a nuanced and dreamlike masterpiece in the new adaptation of Jane Austen's classic novel.
Battle of the Oscars II

Battle of the Oscars II

February 10, 2020
Four writers, 96 predictions and only one winner. For the second year in a row, The Observer pitted four writers against each other to see who could correctly predict the most winners at the 92nd Academy Awards.
Cookies and Cocoa: The Best of the West Side

Cookies and Cocoa: The Best of the West Side

December 4, 2019
The Observer takes you through the best places on the West Side to get a cup of hot cocoa and some cookies this winter.
Each poster on display was created for the 2017 Women's March, recalling America's response to the 2016 election as the 2020 election approaches.

Women’s March Posters Scream to be Seen

November 13, 2019
Poster House is now showing “20/20 Insight: Posters from the 2017 Women’s March” — an exhibit that combines posters, feminism and art to convey the feelings of Americans with respect to the Trump presidency.
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Are We Home Yet?

October 2, 2019
The latest exhibit at the Met Breuer, Home Is a Foreign Place, explores the concepts of finding one’s home and place in an ever-changing and interconnected world.