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

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TARA LENTELL

TARA LENTELL, Creative Director

Tara Lentell (she/her), FCLC ’25, is the creative director for The Observer. She is originally from Kansas City and is majoring in international political economy on the pre-law track. When not making graphics or working on The Observer, she can be found watching television, reading a book or exploring a new museum in New York City.

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Faculty members debate over rising GPAs’ impact on academic rigor and fairness.

[Photo] Against the Grade

March 3, 2024

Faculty members debate over rising GPAs’ impact on academic rigor and fairness.

Fordham experiences a decade-long trend of rising GPAs, reflecting the national ‘grade inflation’ phenomenon.

[Photo] Easy A?

March 3, 2024

Fordham experiences a decade-long trend of rising GPAs, reflecting the national ‘grade inflation’ phenomenon.

The Grand Bazaar NYC is one of the oldest flea markets in New York City, first established in 1979

[Photo] Grand Bazaar NYC: A Philanthropic Flea Market

March 2, 2024

The Grand Bazaar NYC is one of the oldest flea markets in New York City, first established in 1979

Financial aid offers will be delayed for college applicants this academic year due to the new FAFSA format.

[Photo] New FAFSA Format Delays College Decisions

March 2, 2024

Financial aid offers will be delayed for college applicants this academic year due to the new FAFSA format.

Fordham’s IT department rolls out AI tools to enhance learning and admin tasks, emphasizing responsible usage in classrooms.

[Photo] IT Launches New AI Tools

February 21, 2024

Fordham’s IT department rolls out AI tools to enhance learning and admin tasks, emphasizing responsible usage in classrooms.

Fordham seniors grapple with a paradoxical job market as overall job growth clashes with mass tech layoffs, creating uncertainty for graduating students in the face of economic shifts.

[Photo] Graduating Seniors Face Uncertain Job Market Conditions

February 21, 2024

Fordham seniors grapple with a paradoxical job market as overall job growth clashes with mass tech layoffs, creating uncertainty for graduating students in the face of economic shifts.

ResLife’s policy which prohibits residents from signing in overnight guests of the opposite gender is outdated and illogical.

[Photo] ResLife’s Overnight Guest Policy Is Outdated

February 21, 2024

ResLife’s policy which prohibits residents from signing in overnight guests of the opposite gender is outdated and illogical.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s tweet in support of “Barbie” illustrates the corporate feminism which underpins the “snub” discourse.

[Photo] ‘Barbie’ Wasn’t Snubbed at the Oscars

February 8, 2024

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s tweet in support of “Barbie” illustrates the corporate feminism which underpins the “snub” discourse.

Daylight savings time is better for students’ mental and physical health – it should be made permanent.

[Photo] Saving Daylight Saving Time

January 25, 2024

Daylight savings time is better for students’ mental and physical health – it should be made permanent.

Out of all that were nominated, three main shows — “Succession,” “The Bear” and “Beef” — dominated the categories.

[Photo] TV Fans’ Super Bowl: A Recap of the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards

January 25, 2024

Out of all that were nominated, three main shows — “Succession,” “The Bear” and “Beef” — dominated the categories.

A committee of faculty, staff and students selected Burris following a seven month national search.

[Photo] New Vice President of Student Affairs Is Appointed

January 24, 2024

A committee of faculty, staff and students selected Burris following a seven month national search.

During her time as the student affairs chair, Hutchins worked to create spaces where students can come together and spend time as a community.

[Photo]

During her time as the student affairs chair, Hutchins worked to create spaces where students can come together and spend time as a community.

President-elect Qureshi won with 45.80% of the vote and seeks to spread awareness of USGLC’s resources

[Photo] Qureshi Elected as President

May 3, 2023

President-elect Qureshi won with 45.80% of the vote and seeks to spread awareness of USGLC’s resources

President-elect Qureshi won with 45.80% of the vote and seeks to spread awareness of USGLC’s resources

Qureshi Elected as President

May 3, 2023
Tanzema Qureshi, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’24, was elected on May 16 as the new United States Government at Lincoln Center (USGLC) president for the 2023-24 academic year.
Mahidur Rahman, FCLC ’23, reigned victorious in the Abu Dhabi Formula 3 race, despite a setback in the qualifier.

Fordham Senior Wins Formula 3 Race in Abu Dhabi

April 13, 2023
Fordham Senior Mahidur Rahman won his first ever F3 race. The aspiring driver is looking to take his motorsport career as far as possible.
winner trophy

[Photo] The Mechanisms Behind Motivation

May 4, 2022

Students often begin to feel symptoms of burnout as the end of the school year approaches

map of the bronx with different local public and charter schools labeled

[Photo] University Works To Accept More Students From the Bronx

April 27, 2022

Fordham is actively engaged in recruiting local students from the Bronx and admitted 46% of Bronx applicants for the Class of 2025.

vegan foods for article about veganism with lays chips and taco bell and oreos

[Photo] ‘Is That Vegan?’ My Toxic Journey With Veganism

February 18, 2022

Veganism isn't always the healthiest option even though it's often touted as much healthier than other diets.

map of nyc for article on walk for finals

[Photo] NYC Walks for When You Haven’t Started Studying for Finals

December 12, 2021

Take a walk down any of these paths to successfully avoid your finals studying.

purple light with bronx night market spelt on a building

The Bronx Night Market Wraps Up Another Successful Season

November 17, 2021
The Bronx Night Market, co-founded by a Fordham alum, attracts Rose Hill students and features cuisine commonly found in the South Bronx.
emily marikos meals in graphic format with rice and seaweed and milk

[Photo] TikTok Influencer Emily Mariko Finds Comfort in the Mundane

November 9, 2021

Emily Mariko's life is TikTok-perfect in a very soothing way.

at the presidents ball, students dancing under a tent with a red light on them

Fordham Hosts Its Biggest Event Since Beginning of the Pandemic

October 28, 2021
The annual President's Ball becomes the biggest event since the pandemic, bring students from both Rose Hill and Lincoln Center together.
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