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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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NICHOLAS MILANES, Blog Editor Emeritus

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Get Published, No Experience Necessary

May 1, 2013
As final exams draw near, easily distracted as the collegiate mind with summer approaching, we have all asked ourselves what to do this summer. Here’s an idea: why not write a book?
Gamers at the (Nick Milanes/The Observer)

Indie Gaming on the Rise

March 20, 2013
Jonathan Xikis is one of several other indie developers at the three-day festival known as IndieCade East looking to network and discuss the business.
Bill OReilly, Ann Coulter, Fordham Screenshot

Re: Ann Coulter, an Open Letter to Bill O’Reilly

December 4, 2012
One student responds to Bill O'Reilly's segment on Fordham and Ann Coulter.

Are Females Getting Their Fair Share in the Gaming Industry?

November 28, 2012
Though the female gaming demographic is indeed growing, most games are made and marketed towards males.
Poets Out Loud November Series

Poets Out Loud November Series

November 11, 2012

    Nick Milanes invites us to the November reading of Poets Out Loud featuring Caroline Hagood, Kimiko Hahn and Scott Hightower.

Poets Out Loud and Poetry Society of America Collaborate

Poets Out Loud and Poetry Society of America Collaborate

October 20, 2012
Blog Editor Nick Milanes covers the second round of poets at October's Poets Out Loud
Poets Out Loud Turns Another Page for 2012-2013

Poets Out Loud Turns Another Page for 2012-2013

October 6, 2012
On September 24, Poets Out Loud kicked off its 2012-2013 series with readings from Nick Laird, John Murillo and Roger Sedarat. Fordham’s premier poetry reading event, Poets Out Loud was founded in 1992 by Fordham faculty, staff, students and alumni.
People are deemed “hipsters” if they like anything out of the ordinary. If that’s the case, then soon everyone will be considered a hipster. (Photo Illustration by Brian Jasinski/ The Observer)

How I Learned to Stop Judging and Embrace the Flannel

April 18, 2012
Alright, guys, there are “hipster” memes based on everything from Disney characters to Hitler. Hipsterism has peaked. It’s hit the mainstream. So I’ve officially decided that hipster jokes aren’t funny anymore.
While some students embrace the movement, others fail to get involved or choose to ignore it altogether. (Mark Boster/Los Angeles Times/MCT)

Occupy Slogans Fall on Deaf Ears: The Apathy of the Undergraduate

December 7, 2011
A couple of weeks ago I was sitting in the Ram Van on my way back from a class at Rose Hill. I had put on my clunky earmuff headphones, having had enough of the conversation going on around me.

New York World’s Fair, Then and Now

July 23, 2011

Published: April 20, 2011 Printed on a ceramic commemorative plate is the image of George Washington, gazing towards two oddly futuristic, geometric shapes. He is staring at the Trylon and Perisphere,...

Actors Seek Answers in “The Good Person of Szechwan”

July 23, 2011

Published: March 30, 2011 As Fordham’s students search their pockets for that last dollar of Burrito Box money, its actors search the annals of Bertolt Brecht for economic morality. “The Good...

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