The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

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MIA AGOSTINELLI, Former Features Editor

Mia Agostinelli, FCLC ’23, is the features editor for The Observer. She is double majoring in economics and political science. Her freshman year, she first joined the paper as a copy baby before becoming a staff writer. Outside of working for The Observer, she can be found running in Central Park, wandering the Met, reading at the New York Public Library and advocating for issues of social justice.

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an image of a flag in a name at the 9/11 memorial

Remembering 9/11 in New York, 20 Years Later

September 22, 2021
On the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, people gathered at ground zero to pay respects to those who lost their lives two decades ago.
A Fordham football player tackles a Bucknell University player.

The Bittersweet End of Fordham’s Football Season

April 17, 2021
In a 31-27 win over Bucknell University, the Fordham football team is eagerly looking to what the next season could bring in the fall.
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From Desk to Deck to Deals

March 31, 2021
Former Observer Editor-In-Chief Jennifer Nau shares her journey that has taken her from Fordham, around the world and back to New York.
portrait of JP Mangalindan

In the Spotlight With JP Mangalindan

March 29, 2021
What started at The Observer has flourished into the lifelong love and passion of this established journalist.
Courtney Celeste Spears featured in A Mothers Rite

Dancing Queen: Courtney Celeste Spears

June 19, 2020
Driven by ambition, Fordham-Ailey BFA graduate Courtney Celeste Spears rarely lets anything get in the way of her success.
Students at a protest in Anderson, SC

Fordham Students Protesting Across the Country for BLM

June 18, 2020
The murder of George Floyd has served as one of the many catalysts to fight back against a history of systemic oppression against Black people. Fordham students have joined in the nationwide protests urging for police abolition and the elimination of systemic racism.
a group of WHEELS students at an event

WHEELS Fundraises for Student Access to Higher Education

May 13, 2020
Friends of the Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning Schools has not stopped pursuing its mission after the effects of the coronavirus created unforeseen challenges.
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