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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

MADDIE SANDHOLM

MADDIE SANDHOLM, Layout Editor

Maddie Sandholm, FCLC ’23, is the layout editor for The Observer. She is a new media & digital design major and visual arts minor. If she's not working in The Observer office, you might find her drawing, practicing guitar or playing Stardew Valley with her sisters.

All content by MADDIE SANDHOLM
Revolutionary IV bag that forms a perfect square with italicized font.

[Photo] The Benefits of IV Treatment for Aerobic Exercise

November 12, 2021

IV Infusion therapies are becoming more common as a...

chart showing number of people wearing masks (249), number of people not wearing them while eating (123), and number of people not wearing them while not eating (177)

[Photo] Fordham Begins Stronger Enforcement of Mask Policy on Campus

October 29, 2021

Nearly one-third of people seen in the survey were...

at the wagner game, firefighters sit atop their firetruck to watch the action

[Photo] Fordham Football Dominates Wagner 56-7 in Homecoming Game

October 9, 2021

Local firefighters sit on their truck for a peek at...

for an article about positive cases a set of graphs of how many people are vaccinated on campus

[Photo] Lincoln Center COVID-19 Case Count Rises to Highest Number Yet

September 24, 2021

The vast majority of students and faculty on campus...

graphic rose hill map with colored buildings

[Photo] A Rose Hill Survival Guide

August 31, 2021

You'll need this map to navigate the grass, trees and...

graphic of a book of customer service competency. text reads: Customer Service Competency, Introduction, Unit 1: The Basics, conversation skills, behaviors, vocab, practice test; Unit 2: Grocery Stores; Unit 3: Restaurant Etiquette; Unit 4: Clothing Stores.

[Photo] Customer Service Competency Class Now a Requirement for Fordham Admission

July 7, 2021

Fordham now requires all incoming students to take...

graphic of power plant with nfts

[Photo] The NFTea on NFTs: The Well-Being of the Environment Is Nonfungible

April 22, 2021

NFTs seem like the newest in digital art and ways for...

graphic of greenwashing with polluting factory in the back and instagram photo of a tree in the foreground

[Photo] Don’t Fall for Greenwashing This Earth Day

April 22, 2021

This Earth Day, remember to be mindful of companies...

person thinks about what news source to consume , favoring social media over newspapers, to accompany an article about instagram meme pages becoming news sources

[Photo] Meme News at Fordham: Troubling Trend or Trusted Trolls?

November 27, 2020

Students are increasingly turning to Fordham meme accounts...

a graphic illustration of faculty member at fordham looking at their computer and finding out they will have no retirement contributions

[Photo] Faculty Troubled by University’s Decision to Cut Retirement Contributions

November 12, 2020

On Oct. 28, the university announced a suspension to...

a graphic illustration of a survey and a 2020 ballot

Breaking Down Fordham’s Ballot

October 29, 2020
The Observer conducted an anonymous survey of 211 Fordham students to study their values and analyze opinions of the political system of the United States.
text message exchange that reads who are you voting for? im voting for biden and id prefer not to say... to show the reluctance of conservative students to discuss their beliefs

[Photo] Conservative Students Hesitate to Share Political Views On Campus

October 28, 2020

Many conservatives on campus do not feel comfortable...

graphic of a calendar on a laptop screen with a protest tomorrow reminder to demonstrate online and social media activism

[Photo] Social Media Takes Center Stage for Political Activism

October 27, 2020

With social media being the No. 1 source of young voters’...

a graphic depicting the word #ScholarStrike being held up by a hand against a red background

[Photo] Nationwide #ScholarStrike Against Racial Injustice

September 9, 2020

An estimated 400 members of the Fordham community will...

students protest across the country

[Photo] Fordham Students Protesting Across the Country for BLM

June 18, 2020

Fordham students that are spread out across the country...

An infographic showing $117,390 raised, 559 donors, of which came 67% from alumni, 10% faculty/staff, 11% parents, 4% student, 2% friends, and 6% other. If you need aid, contact any staff member you feel comfortable talking to. There is no application process or deadline, requests are granted on a rolling basis.

[Photo] Fordham Raises Over $100,000 for Student Relief

May 13, 2020

Fordham is offering emergency funds to students during...

Some students are forced to take classes early in the morning that would be at a normal time at Fordham, had in-person instruction not been canceled.

[Photo] Taking Classes Across the Globe

April 14, 2020

Some students are forced to take classes early in the...

The Desk at 140 West: Homunculus Boogie

The Desk at 140 West: Homunculus Boogie

March 3, 2020
"The Desk at 140 West" is an NPR "Tiny Desk" influenced music series created by the Fordham Observer Multimedia team. This episode features Homunculus Boogie, a band comprised of four sophomores from Fordham College at Rose Hill.
Cooking doesnt need to be complicated for Fordham students on a budget.

[Photo] 30 Minutes, 5 Ingredients, 1 Day of Meals

February 18, 2020

Cooking doesn't need to be complicated for Fordham...

Concerts in NYC - December 2019

Concerts in NYC – December 2019

December 6, 2019
This month features comebacks from old time classics like Billy Joel, Cher and more taking over Madison Square Garden. New artists are also making a breakthrough, like Summer Walker's first headlining tour since her debut album at Terminal 5.
EDM Group Louis the Child performs at Terminal 5.

Concerts in NYC – November 2019

November 25, 2019
A new monthly playlist featuring the best upcoming concerts to watch out for.
Fordham in 17 syllables

Fordham in 17 syllables

October 25, 2019
Alison Ettinger-DeLong and Maya Nayman share haikus describing the experience of being a student at Fordham University in October.
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