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The Student Organization of Latinos (SOL) continues to plan for the club's revival after its semester-long inactivity last spring.

With New E-Board, SOL Rises Again

October 24, 2018

Though the sun set on Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM) on Oct. 15, the Student Organization of Latinos (SOL) h...

Art for the “SOL”

October 10, 2018

By The Members of SOL In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, members of the Student Organi...

Fordham students rally to protest Kavanaugh's appointment and stand with survivors.

Fordham Law and Undergrads Protest Kavanaugh Appointment

October 10, 2018

“Hey hey, ho ho, the patriarchy has got to go!” Chants and cheers rang through the main entrance of the Lowenste...

The Difficulty of Celebrating the Term “Hispanic”

October 10, 2018

Although it was theoretically established to provide a space for Latino and Hispanic individuals to cel...

Students protest Fordham's handling of sexual assault

CARS-V and SAGES Demand Change at Fordham

May 31, 2018

By ALEJANDRA GARCÍA Asst. News Editor On the evening of April 18, a small but impassioned group of st...

Performers wrote monologues describing their experiences with sexual and relationship violence, and they expressed their frustration with Fordham’s leniency toward perpetrators of sexual violence and assault. (COURTESY OF ELIZA PUTNAM)

“The Vagina* Monologues” Spark a Conversation

May 7, 2018

By ALEJANDRA GARCÍA Asst. News Editor The annual production of “The Vagina* Monologues” perfo...

“The Monologues:” A Space for All Vaginas, Any Vaginas, and Not Just Vaginas

February 15, 2018

By ALEJANDRA GARCIA Staff Writer Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues” is a play composed of vario...

Adrian Molina On Visual Storytelling, Cultural Representation, and All Things Coco

December 10, 2017

By ALEJANDRA GARCIA Contributing Writer If you like Disney’s Pixar animated films, stories about culture and...

Día de los Muertos seeks to welcome the deceased on their yearly visit home. (MBTRAMA VIA FLICKR)

Celebrating Día de los Muertos in NYC

October 26, 2017

By ALEJANDRA GARCIA Contributing Writer If you think autumnal festivities are limited to Halloween a...

 Bird by Arianna Caba, Age 4, Pre-Kindergarten (ALEJANDRA GARCÍA/THE OBSERVER)

P.S. Art 2017: A Glimpse Into New York City Students’ Creative Genius

October 5, 2017

By ALEJANDRA GARCÍA Contributing Writer If you’ve ever wandered through the Metropolitan Museum...