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

The Observer

SHERRY YUAN, Assistant Features Editor Emerita

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The American Dream: Chopsticks or Forks?

February 26, 2015
Based on the memoir of chef and writer Eddie Huang, ABC’s “Fresh off the Boat” proudly proclaims that it’s a show where, yes, Asian people are the main characters.

“American Sniper” Leaves out the Iraq War

January 31, 2015
The film is more pro-Chris Kyle than it is pro-war or even pro-U.S.A.
About 100 Fordham Students will be participating in HOPE Count.  (JESS LUSZCZYK/The Observer)

Countdown to Hope Count: Postponed to Monday, Feb. 9

January 28, 2015
The New York City Department of Homeless Services will conduct its annual Homeless Outreach Population Estimate (HOPE) on Monday, Feb. 9 instead of the scheduled Jan. 26 date due to the blizzard.
This is not the first time Residence Hall lounges have doubled for classrooms, according to Dean of Students at FCLC Keith Eldredge. (JESS LUSZCZYK/The Observer)

McKeon Residence Hall Used for Class

January 28, 2015
Part of McKeon Residence Hall is acting as an academic building this semester with two sections of Math for Business Calculus being held on the 22nd floor. The lounge, already equipped with a projector and whiteboards, officially doubles as a classroom. Although this is a first for McKeon, the concept of class being taught outside the classroom is not a new one for Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC).
Where Did You GO! this Spring Break?

Where Did You GO! this Spring Break?

March 27, 2013
“How was your break?” It’s the first question we ask our friends, our teachers and our acquaintances when we greet them after a long absence. However, this proved to be a tough question to answer for students who participated in the Global Outreach (GO!) program.
Alexandra Vittorini, FCLC ’15, smiles in her newly decorated dorm room. (Sherry Yuan/The Observer)

Transferring Schools: A Different Take on the Meaning of “First Choice”

March 6, 2013
Can you imagine starting college all over again?
Kevin Klein’s, FCLC ‘15, neighborhood in West Islip, NY was devastated by Hurricane Sandy: houses flooded, rooves fell in and looting became a widespread problem. (courtesy of Kevin Klein)

A Neighborhood in Crisis After the Storm

November 15, 2012
Hurricane Sandy may have passed, but it has left thousands without homes, and even more without power and access to basic necessities.
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Pushing Pedals In The Land of Strawberry Fields

October 18, 2012
My mission was to take a look into the daily life of a pedicab driver, someone who makes a living from interacting with strangers.
Left: Kimberly Truong, FCLC ’15, in a top and sweater from Buffalo Exchange. Right: Cassie Spain, FCLC ’15, in a top and belt from Red White & Blue and a bag from the Salvation Army. (Sherry Yuan/The Observer)

Thrifty in the City: Students Give Old Threads New Life

October 4, 2012
New York City is arguably one of the best cities in the world for thrift shopping
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