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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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SRI STEWART, Arts & Culture Editor Emerita

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Kim’s film is now on iTunes.
(PHOTO BY MAX MOVISH /THE OBSERVER)

Adjunct Professor Releases His First Feature Film

April 22, 2016
Imagine wanting to be someone else because you don’t seem to live life to the fullest. You just diligently do what you’re supposed to do, and you’re in a relationship that is of mere complacency.
Isoke-Nilaja Cullins stands in front of an art piece at Studio Museum in Harlem, where she works as in intern in the public relations department. (PAOLA JOAQUIN ROSSO/THE OBSERVER)

Student Artist Shares Inspiration and Hopes to Break Barriers in Art

November 18, 2015
Isoke-Nilaja Cullins, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC '17) talks about what inspires her, what she hopes to achieve when sharing her art and what she advises for other art interns.
James Marios Ellinas, featured above, wrote and stars in Sleep. (PHOTO BY HANNA KEININGHAM/THE OBSERVER)

Senior’s Short Film Premieres at London Greek Film Festival

October 24, 2015
James Marios Ellinas' short film, "Sleep" was nominated for Best Short Film at the London Greek Film Festival.
Fordham students attended a panel on Women, Creativity and Memory of Slavery (SRI STEWART/ THE OBSERVER)

Fordham and United Nations Host Event on Women, Creativity and Memory of Slavery

October 15, 2015
Presenters spoke on how women of the African diaspora used their creative voice to discuss and recall slavery.
Hayley Jones is one of many theatre students at Fordham who posted about Tina Benkos lead role. PHOTO COURTESY OF ANA FOTA VIA FACEBOOK

Fordham Professor Cast in Broadway Lead Role in ‘The Crucible’

September 13, 2015
Benko has numerous credits that expand in the theatre, film, and television--she can now add another.
AFROPUNKs Messages of Activism Conflict with Artists Lyrics

AFROPUNK’s Messages of Activism Conflict with Artists’ Lyrics

August 28, 2015
AFROPUNK Fest denounces sexism, but some of the artists' lyrics still contain sexist/misogynistic remarks.
Marie Paspe featured above.  (PHOTO COURTESY OF CLAIRE BLANC)

The Importance of Finding Oneself in Dance

August 28, 2015
Senior Marie Paspe talks about how knowing who you are and learning about yourself is as important in dance as the craft itself.
Entrance of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), located on 11 W. 53rd St.  (PHOTO BY PAULA MADERO/The Observer)

Five Exhibitions to See in NYC This Summer

April 29, 2015
When you’re in New York City during the summer, there are a million places to go for special events and exploration.

Josh Tarpav: A Musician In the Making

April 28, 2015
Josh Tarpav, FCLC '15, is an aspiring musician. This is his story.
Exploring Music, Language and Faith: Final POL Reading of the Semester

Exploring Music, Language and Faith: Final POL Reading of the Semester

April 15, 2015
The subjective experience of poetry can be powerful.
 St. Pauls Church was evacuated on November 3rd because of a bomb threat in the area. (Paula Madero/ OBSERVER ARCHIVES)

A Tour of The Church of St. Paul the Apostle

March 25, 2015
As the third largest church in New York City, The Church of St. Paul the Apostle is full of history and unique architecture design.
Inside the Fordham Observer

Inside the Fordham Observer

March 12, 2015
Take a look behind the scenes of the Fordham Observer, FCLC's award-winning student newspaper.
Matthew Gelbart, chair of the department of art history & music, looks forward to new music initiative. (Michelle QuinnThe Observer)

Rockley Family Foundation Boosts Music Department

March 11, 2015
Beginning last fall, the sound coming from a musician’s strings only got richer at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC).
Eduardo Corral read poems from his book, “Slow Lightning.”  (Justin Rebello/The Observer)

Poets Present Surreal Imagery at ‘Poets Out Loud’

February 26, 2015
Three poets from different generations share something in common: their inspiration for writing stems from deeply rooted memories, experiences and views of the world. At Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) “Poets Out Loud” on Feb. 17, Alicia Ostriker, Eduardo Corral and Caroline Hagood read poems dealing with cultural and political topics that intrigued and inspired them.
Facebook’s recent censorship of a cartoon featuring a woman’s nipples makes viewers question Facebook’s role in deciding which content is or isn’t inappropriate.

Facebook And The New Yorker Butt Heads

September 26, 2012

Recently, The New Yorker fan page on Facebook was temporarily banned for posting a cartoon article that shows a woman’s nipples. Mick Stevens’s cartoon depicts Adam and Eve sitting in the Garden...

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