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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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NISHITA NAGA, Staff Writer

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The holiday season is always full of expectations. This year, do it your way.

What Not to Say During the Holidays

December 5, 2018
Spending holidays alone does not make you a scrooge, nor does it mean you are shunning your own family.
Although talking about race might be uncomfortable, we need to get uncomfortable if we want anything to get better,” Maya Levy said at Race Talk.

Race Talk Fosters the Uncomfortable Conversations the University Needs, Says Organizer

November 15, 2018
The event facilitated an environment in which participants could express their honest opinions concerning facts and events on race in modern society and be met with understanding rather than apprehension or condescending disagreement.
On Nov. 1, the Jewish Student Organization held a vigil mourning the 11 lost lives at the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. (NISHITA NAGA/THE OBSERVER)

Fordham University Students Hold Vigil Honoring Pittsburgh Victims

November 14, 2018
Devastating. The word was on the lips of each speaker addressing the grieving community during the Nov. 1 vigil held by the Jewish Students Organization (JSO) for the 11 lives lost that week in the attack on the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.
Despite the intention, this turned the show into focusing on “what could have been” instead of what is. (Courtesy of Emmy ITUPhotos via Flickr)

Did the Academy Finally Do It? Diversity in the 2018 Emmy Award Show

October 10, 2018

The 2018 Emmy Awards began with a well-timed reality check. As the most diverse Emmy Awards in history, there was a sense of self-assurance hanging in the air. A star-studded opening musical number brought...

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