The Observer

Even after the pull-out, Jeff Bezos finds himself looking for a Plan B.

Amazon’s Pull-Out Couched in NYC’s Best Interest

February 19, 2019

Amazon’s Feb. 14 announcement that the company would cancel its plans was the happy ending New York never saw coming.

Amazon is known for its convenience and vast inventory, but it comes at a price.

Is Amazon’s Convenience Worth the Intrusion?

February 6, 2019

Kristen Skinner, staff writer, examines the relationship that students have with the online store, Amazon. Despite Amazon's convenience and vast inventory, can we ignore their intrusion of our privacy?

New Amazon lockers make picking up packages much easier. (LEO BERNABEI/THE OBSERVER)

Amazon Lockers Upgrade Fordham’s Package Delivery Services

September 26, 2018

What was once an empty passage in the tunnel between McKeon Hall and the Leon Lowenstein Building no...

The time to buy textbooks has arrived (JESS LUSZCCYK/THE OBSERVER)

The Search For Cheaper Textbooks Is On

January 28, 2016

By MARYANNA ANTOLDI Contributing Writer College students returning to school after break are onc...

Counterpoint: Electronic Over Print

October 22, 2014

By KAMRUN NESAManaging EditorPublished: October 22, 2014 I’ve bought my last college textbook. After thr...

Students Extend Textbook Search to Online Retailers

January 24, 2013

By RAMONA VENTURANZA Staff Writer Published: January 24, 2013 According to a New York Times article by Eric Weil, “How Students Really Buy Textbooks,” 30 percent of s...