The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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ERIKA TULFO

ERIKA TULFO, Former Deputy Managing Editor

Erika Tulfo (she/her), FCLC ’25, is The Observer’s former deputy managing editor. She has previously served as features editor and is double majoring in journalism and history — two of her greatest loves. Erika proudly hails from Manila, Philippines, and is excited to continue the family trade of newswriting. If you can’t find her, chances are she’s probably lost somewhere in the moveable stacks of Quinn Library (have you checked the TV history section?).

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Iconic facade of the New York Public Library, a cultural hub facing Sunday closures amidst budget cuts, impacting student access and city resources.

Adams’ Budget Cuts Force Closure of New York’s Public Libraries Sundays

December 11, 2023
New York Public Libraries face Sunday closures due to budget cuts. Fordham students express concern for education resources and community programs.
Dumb Money was released in theaters on Sep. 13.

‘Dumb Money’ Is an Unapologetic Ode to the Underdog

October 22, 2023
In the midst of masks, viruses and memes, "Dumb Money" shines light on the underdogs and their turbulant reality during the COVID lockdown.
Students expressed dissatisfaction due to the housing placements.

Lincoln Center Housing Overflow Forces Residents To Live at Rose Hill

September 16, 2022
In addition to those being housed at Rose Hill, some students were informed late that they would not have a bed in any residence hall.
Ann Gaylin

Fordham Appoints New Dean of Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

August 27, 2022
Ann Gaylin comes to Fordham with copious Ivy experience and began her role as the new dean of GSAS on Aug. 1.
Katrina Lambert, former Observer editor-in-chief, sits at her old desk with a copy of the Bronx special issue.

Bearer of Good News: A Profile on Katrina Lambert

May 4, 2022
To Lambert, what once started as a way to gain experience and grow her portfolio is what she now calls “her whole life.”
a woman in a white coat

Where Dreams Are Made Of: Clothing and Couture in the Concrete Jungle

February 23, 2022
The concrete jungle's reputation as a designer dreamland would be the stuff of legend — but can the city’s style be felt by students?
Six performers sing on the stage with purple lighting and armored costumes.

‘Six’: Breaking Broadway Conventions Since the 16th Century

November 8, 2021
“Six” shouldn’t be written off as just one of the plays riding the post-“Hamilton” wave of historical musical adaptations.
cartoon graphic of a woman wearing a Fortnite hoodie

Balenciaga’s Collaboration With Fortnite Raises Eyebrows

October 26, 2021
When Fortnite revealed its partnership with Balenciaga last month, the collaboration left a lot of people scratching their heads.
an illustration of Jade Huber in a hoodie and boots

On Coach, Catwalks and ‘Que Será, Será’: A Profile of Jade Huber

October 7, 2021
To the attendees of Coach’s Spring 2022 Show at New York Fashion Week, little is known about Jade Huber, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’24
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