The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

JULIA JARAMILLO

JULIA JARAMILLO, Arts & Culture Editor

Julia Jaramillo (she/her), FCLC ’25, is an arts & culture editor at The Observer. She is an English and new media and digital design double major with a concentration in creative writing. In her free time, she loves writing, playing video games and trying new cafes around the city.

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Qureshi and Berggren hold up their homemade sign during the Club Fair on Aug. 31.

Arts Club at Fordham: A Place to Relax and Create

September 13, 2023
Students found Arts Club at Fordham Lincoln Center to provide a community and space for all those who wish to create and share their art.
Revisiting and Ranking the First 20 ‘Barbie’ Movies

Revisiting and Ranking the First 20 ‘Barbie’ Movies

August 5, 2023
Rewatching movies from the Barbie film series brought newer reflections in anticipation of "Barbie" (2023).
The Filipino flag waved above every tent. According to Augelyn “Augee” Francisco, many people came up to her and asked where the flag was from.

From an American and a Native Pinoy: It’s More Fun at Philippines Fest

May 3, 2023
Philippine Fest, a brand new street fair, showcases Filipino culture, cuisine, goods and businesses to wide audience in New York City
puss in boots poster

‘Puss in Boots: The Last Wish’ Has No Business Being This Good, but I’m Glad It Is

January 25, 2023
“Puss in Boots: The Last Wish” is a surprisingly funny and heartfelt movie that can be enjoyed by viewers of all ages.
beetlejuice broadway stage

‘Beetlejuice’ Will Lower Its Curtain One Last Time in January

November 17, 2022
“Beetlejuice” the musical makes many improvements to a well-loved classic. It’s no surprise that it has become so adored online.
two girls in greek costumes for aulis play

‘Aulis’: A Greek Spectacle of Comedy, Tragedy and Autonomy

April 21, 2022
“Aulis” brings its audience into a version of the Trojan War replete with phones and iPads in the latest Fordham Theatre play.
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