The Observer

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An All-Online Student Community Wrestles With Racial Injustice on Campus

June 7, 2020

As protests and demonstrations swept over the country, nearly all of Fordham’s online student circles engaged in the conversation. Social media platforms were buzzing with livestreams, stories, posts and comments about George Floyd and police violence. For once, it seemed like other people in America were listening.

Luthun recited his poetry and allowed students to purchase advance copies of his new poetry collection,

Emmy Winner Tariq Luthun Hosts Palestinian Poetry Night

February 29, 2020

The poet and students shared their words on poignant issues surrounding race, politics and marginalization.

NYPD officer at emergency action protest on Nov. 1.

Students Storm Subway Protesting NYPD, MTA

November 13, 2019

An emergency action protest against the New York Police Department and Metropolitan Transportation Authority was held in downtown Brooklyn on Nov. 1, 2019.

Fordham Takes SJP Back to Court

October 17, 2019

After over two years of litigation and a ruling of the New York State Supreme Court, it seemed that Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) would finally gain recognition as an official club on the Fordham Lincoln Center campus. However, on Aug. 30, Fordham filed an appeal of the decision.

UNICEF Club President Faizah Raffat, right, with Treasurer Batool AbdelHafez, left. The UNICEF club was forced to go on hiatus this fall semester.

UNICEF Club Enters Hiatus

October 16, 2019

The club’s E-Board citied “scheduling conflicts and event processing,” as the reasoning for their temporary discontinuation.