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CORBIN GREGG, Retrospect Host

Corbin Gregg, Fordham College at Lincoln Center ’22, is a host of The Observer’s Retrospect podcast along with Cate Galliford. He is a political science and philosophy double major and has written for The Observer since October 2019. He can’t see far in front of his face but is always able to give a look back on Retrospect. It is a miracle to spot him outside of Argo Tea.

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Students quarantining in the dorms were not allowed to leave for any reason after their initial arrival, so they had to buy enough grocieries for two weeks. In McKeon, a food delivery system was put in place.

[Photo] ResLife Quarantines on Campus

August 25, 2020

Students quarantining in the dorms were not allowed to leave for any reason after their initial arrival, so they had to buy enough grocieries for two weeks. In McKeon, a food delivery system was put in...

Coronavirus Graph

Republicans Are Losing the Coronavirus Battle

July 7, 2020
Once seen as the plague of liberal cities, the tide of the coronavirus has now turned.
A Case for Reaching Out

A Case for Reaching Out

April 7, 2020
Fordham students, like other college students across the United States and throughout the world, have been sent home and are doing what they can to stop the spread of the coronavirus. The pandemic has introduced us all to “flattening the curve,” Zoom and, of course, social distancing.
Ricky Gervais charged celebrities at the Golden Globes with hypocrisy. But promoting apathy is far worse.

Ricky Gervais is Wrong to Wish for the Silence of Celebrities

January 22, 2020
Shutting celebrities out only counters progressive goals.
Rey deals with her inner struggle with the dark side.

Star Wars: The Destruction of Hope

January 20, 2020
The final episode of the Skywalker saga "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" has been unleashed upon the world, and with it the “Star Wars” sequel trilogy is complete.
A Progressive Case Against Medicare for All

A Progressive Case Against Medicare for All

October 16, 2019
Beyond the difficulties of implementing Medicare for All in the U.S., it is important to consider the ability of Democrats to win back the White House in 2020 if they want to implement any progressive changes to the health care system at all.