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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer


OLIVIA LEDUC, Former Assistant Features Editor

Olivia LeDuc (she/her), FCLC ’24, is a former features editor at The Observer. She is majoring in journalism. When she’s not reporting, you can find her strolling around the city, crocheting a tote bag or listening to Taylor Swift.

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Keating Hall: A Hallmark of Fordham in Film

April 27, 2022
For the last 79 years, Fordham College at Rose Hill has been quite the hotspot for appearances in feature Hollywood films.
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Harry Styles’ ‘As It Was’ Track Review

April 13, 2022
British heartthrob Harry Styles has successfully struck gold yet again — this time around, the hugely praised musician has entered a new oasis, one of home.
Julian Ogawa, Fordham College at Rose Hill 25, started producing Ram Cams for the university three months ago.

Meet These Fordham Ramfluencers

April 12, 2022
Julian Ogawa and Charles “Charlie” Phillips have a thing or two to say about what it means to be a Ramfluencer.
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ResLife Expects Fewer Residents Following Decrease in Class Size

April 10, 2022
ResLife expects to be able to house the incoming Class of 2026 given that it is a smaller class than in previous years.
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‘It has become a bigger pride as I’ve come along’: Observer Alum Derrica Lane Moves to The Washington Post

March 26, 2022
Washington Post marketing director Derrica Lane, FCLC '03, credits her success in journalism to her time as features editor for The Observer.
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Facilities Management Department Detects No Issues in Classroom Temperatures

March 12, 2022
Students and faculty have reported a sharp increase in temperature levels that negatively impact their focus to LC's Facilities department.
events with food and drink after ban lifted

Food Restriction Lifted for Events

February 17, 2022
Fordham club officials and student representatives weigh in on the reallocation of food budgets and attendance at events with no food.
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Office of Multicultural Affairs Hosts Events for Black History Month

February 15, 2022
OMA hosts events for Black History Month to provide a safe space for Black students and learn about Black culture.
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Robert Fitzer Named New Associate Vice President for Public Safety

December 27, 2021
Following John Carroll's retirement, former NYPD police officer Robert Fitzer is hired as associate vice president for Public Safety.
fordham budget for fiscal year fy 2023

Fordham Dean Predicts ‘Necessity for Tuition Raise’

December 14, 2021
Fordham's finance team expects to raise tuition in 2023, predicting a loss of federal stimulus funds after the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The ‘Life Support’ Tour: A Remarkable Experience in NYC

November 23, 2021
Madison Beer proved her debut studio album “Life Support” to be just as incredible, if not better, in concert than on any streaming service.
Madison Beer on stage

Fans Reconnect at Live Concerts

November 19, 2021
With the return of in-person concerts, New York City venues adapt to meet COVID-related health and safety concerns.
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Fordham Administers COVID-19 Booster Shots to Eligible Community Members

November 7, 2021
Pfizer booster shots are now available to members of the Fordham community who are at risk for severe infection for COVID-19.
students at the office of multicultural affairs lgbtq plus event

OMA’s LGBTQ+ and Ally Network Hopes to Foster Inclusion at Fordham

November 7, 2021
In their first session of the academic year, OMA trained Fordham students to be effective allies to LGBTQ+ students.
members of the lgbtq+ history month committee give out flags for the office of multicultural affairs event

OMA’s Signature Flags on the Lawn Begins LGBTQ+ History Month

October 25, 2021
OMA has organized a series of events to educate, engage and include the Fordham community during October, LGBTQ+ History Month.
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