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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Izzi Duprey

IZZI DUPREY, Online Editor Emerita

Izzi Duprey, Fordham College at Lincoln Center ’20, is the online editor emerita for The Observer and has been a part of the paper since her freshman year. She is an English major with a communications minor. Her goal is to stay in New York City after graduation and to have an apartment with an exposed brick wall or spiral staircase.
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for an article about covid-19 photos, the front of McMahon Hall as students move out in March 2020

[Photo] A Year of COVID-19 at Fordham in Photos

May 21, 2021

Residents are told to vacate residential halls by March 20.

banner with the school slogan, new york is my campus, fordham is my school, from the top of an escalator

[Photo] Following NY State Guidelines, Fordham Is Hesitant About an In-Person Fall

June 7, 2020

Fordham has yet to inform students whether in-person instruction will occur in the fall.

The Ram Cafe empty of students while workers take a break at the tables in the back

[Photo] The Finances Behind Fordham’s Workforce

May 13, 2020

The Ram Café empty of students in March. It will continue to remain empty in the months to come as Aramark employees have been furloughed. To help relieve the financial strain on their workers, Aramark...

An I Voted sticker stuck to a window in McKeon Hall overlooking midtown Manhattan

[Photo] Canceled Primary Could Lead to Low Student Voter Turnout

May 13, 2020

With the decision on the New York primary still up in the air, there is concern about how this will affect student voter turn out. Many are advocating for online voter registration and an expanded vote-by-mail...

Just across the street from campus, Alan’s Marketplace has been struggling due to the lack of foot traffic during the pandemic and fears for the future if things don’t change soon.

[Photo] Local Eateries Face Uncertain Future

April 14, 2020

Just across the street from campus, Alan’s Marketplace has been struggling due to the lack of foot traffic during the pandemic and fears for the future if things don’t change soon.

Residents expressed their gratitude after Fordham announced a 50% refund for room and board.

[Photo] Fordham Issues Partial Refunds to Students

April 1, 2020

Residents expressed their gratitude after Fordham announced a 50% refund for room and board.

Shoppers wait in line outside Trader Joe’s on 72nd Street.

[Photo] Fordham Forced to ‘PAUSE’: NYC Shuts Down

April 1, 2020

Shoppers wait in line outside Trader Joe’s on 72nd Street.

A red car with the rear hatch open as two people pack it with moving boxes in front of McMahon Hall

[Photo] Abrupt Ending to the Spring Semester Sparks Move-Out Dilemma

March 30, 2020

A McMahon Hall resident packs belongings into a car on March 20. Some students were lucky enough to have parents nearby and able to help with the unexpected move-out process.

In compliance with COVID-19 restaurant regulations, the Ram Cafe was converted to takeout only.

[Photo] COVID-19 Impacts Student and Aramark Employees

March 24, 2020

In compliance with COVID-19 restaurant regulations, the Ram Cafe was converted to takeout only.

Mohammad Elprince owns his own halal cart and enjoys serving the Fordham community.

Inside Fordham’s Halal Cart

February 19, 2019
Managing Editor Izzi Duprey talks to Mohammed Elprince about his halal business and life.
Wallace-Greene, Houston, and Addie squeeze in a study break before rehearsal. (JON BJÖRNSON/THE OBSERVER)

Ailey Students are Raising the Barre

April 18, 2018

At Fordham Lincoln Center, there are a wide variety of majors to choose from. All will lead to heavy workloads at times, but the hope is that you are doing what you love, so the work becomes manageable....

(Nodigio via FLICKR).

Viva La Resolution!

January 25, 2018

It’s January, which means gym memberships are spiking, blogs that will be abandoned in a few months are being updated and people are organizing their offices, apartments and lives. New Year’s resolutions...

Former One Direction member Niall Horans new album Flicker debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 charts. (REESE RAVNER/THE OBSERVER)

Niall Horan Concert Rouses (Slow) Hands In the Air

November 6, 2017

The balcony of the Beacon Theater on West 74th Street shook with the movement of hundreds of girls jumping up and down as Niall Horan stepped onstage for his concert on Oct. 31. The concert was part of...

Izzi Duprey discovered a brand new genre of theatre while abroad in London. Now, fringe is one of her favorite types. (Photo courtesy of Lisa via Flickr)

London Fringe: Front and Center

July 4, 2017
While many people are familiar with the concept of a show being “off-Broadway” or even “off-West End,” British Fringe is different.
Professor Elizabeth Stones travel writing course attended a performance of An Octoroon on June 15.
 (IZZI DUPREY/THE OBSERVER)

Theater Review: “An Octoroon”

July 4, 2017
“The whole point of having this thing was to make you feel something.”
One of the last remaining cabmen shelters lies on Warwick Avenue. (IZZI DUPREY/ THE OBSERVER)

A Look Inside London’s Historic Cabmen’s Shelters

June 25, 2017
Throughout the 1960s and ’70s, there were over 60 cabmen’s shelters in use throughout the city of London. Unfortunately, today there are only 13 left.
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