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ISABELLA SCIPIONI, Assistant Social Media Editor

Isabella Scipioni, FCLC ’23, is an assistant social media editor and writer for The Observer. She is majoring in political science and enjoys writing opinions articles on pop culture and all things Fordham. When she isn’t studying, you can find her walking through Central Park and exploring different neighborhoods.

All content by ISABELLA SCIPIONI
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High School Characters: Gen Z or Geriatric?

April 22, 2021
Casting older actors to play younger teenagers is far too common in the film industry and is harmful to high school students’ self-esteem.
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March Midterms Madness

March 28, 2021
An extended midterms period during an already stressful semester has made this semester’s exam season more frustrating and exhausting than necessary.
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All Men Are Trash — Regardless of Their Sign

March 19, 2021
Astrology is fun, and, to some practitioners, a serious way to get to know other people, but it cannot continue to be an excuse for sexism.
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Zoom Fatigue Is the Other Viral Epidemic Hitting Colleges

March 10, 2021
Zoom fatigue is affecting the health of many college students and remote workers, and we must change our approach to virtual calls.