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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The Met’s current photography exhibition shows how photographers were able to manipulate their photos long before the existence of Photoshop. (Courtesy of Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Manipulating Reality: How to Fake Photography

December 12, 2012
“Every photograph is a fake from start to finish, a purely impersonal, unmanipulated photograph being practically impossible.”
Professors Screen Their Favorite Flicks

Professors Screen Their Favorite Flicks

November 15, 2012
PROF PIX, the weekly series held by the visual arts department at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC), is above all, a chance for Fordham’s cinephile community to gather, eat free popcorn and watch a diverse array of classic films.
Works from “Rockslide Sky” hang in both the Center Gallery and Lipani Gallery at FCLC from now until Nov. 5. (Weiyu LI/The Observer)

Rockslide Sky: A Visual Collaboration With Literature

October 17, 2012
“Rockslide Sky,” the new art exhibition at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) can be best described as a visual collaboration of the work of Roberto Bolaño, the late Chilean writer who penned novels such as “2666,” along with award-winning short stories and essays.
Running back Carlton Koonce, Fordham College at Rose Hill ’13, ran for 176 yards. (Courtesy of Fordham Sports)

Fordham Football Victorious at Homecoming, Defeats Cornell 34-27

September 19, 2012
On Saturday Sept. 15, the Fordham football team treated their loyal fans to an exciting victory over Cornell University at Jack Coffey Field.

Technophiles Rejoice! 2011 Promises Shiny Gadgets

August 3, 2011

Looking back, 2010 was a landmark year for technology—among other advances, the unveiling of tablet computer systems and the increased focus on the potential of 3D technology had many wondering what...

Night Life in Black & White

July 23, 2011
It is difficult to imagine the time—and yes, there was time—when night photography required more than a disposable camera or iPhone. As we move through time, and new technologies continue to simplify our lives, the artistic ingenuity and persistence that went ...

Featured POL Poet Talks Pursuing Poetry Full-Time and Writing With People in Mind

July 23, 2011

Published: April 20, 2011 Poets Out Loud (POL) is a community of poets based at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) committed to sharing poetry with students, faculty and friends. Their goal, according...

New Website Helps “Gorgeous Ladies of Comedy” Find Their Voice

July 23, 2011

Published: April 13, 2011 Glennis McMurray, the founder and editor-in-chief of, has a problem with the term “female comedians.” In a perfect world, people won’t feel the...

For the Kid in All of Us

July 23, 2011

Published: March 2, 2011 On March 4, the doors of the DGA Theater will open and the New York International Children’s Film Festival (NYICFF) will officially begin. As the nation’s largest festival...

Star of Upcoming Mainstage Play “Bulrusher” Talks Title Role, Film Dreams and Physicality on Stage

July 23, 2011

Published: February 16, 2011 Beginning on Feb. 23, the Fordham University Theatre Company will be staging an adaptation of Eisa Davis’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated play “Bulrusher.” The play,...

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