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Students Share the Perks of Pets During the Pandemic

May 7, 2020

As governments have enforced restrictions on travel and in-person contact, pets have become some people’s primary source of companionship and comfort.

Making Banana Pudding with Gillian Russo

May 2, 2020

Learn to make Magnolia Bakery-inspired banana pudding with ingredients most people can find around the house.

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Crossword Issue 5: Comfort Food

April 1, 2020

Play the Issue 5 Observer crossword here.

Fordham will suspend all in-person classes for the remainder of the semester.

Fordham Suspends Face-to-Face Classes Through Spring Semester

March 13, 2020

After originally suspending in-person instruction until March 30, the university had extended the suspension to the duration of the semester.

It was important to the cast of FemCom to celebrate and show off the work they'd done for the show, despite the class cancellations.

Stove’s Goes Digital With Feminist Comedy Show

March 10, 2020

Stove’s FemCom show will be streamed digitally March 11. It is not the only performance to be affected by the class suspension.

Beth Malone and David Aron Damane star in

Review: ‘The Unsinkable Molly Brown’ Floats on a Raft of Joy

February 29, 2020

As aggressively optimistic as its title suggests, Transport Group's “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” echoes the Broadway Golden Age from which its first iteration was born.

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BroadwayCon: Chasing Degrees and Careers

January 29, 2020

The fifth annual BroadwayCon saw theatre fans and professionals come together to discuss new shows and classic favorites, as well as the state of the industry.

Cookies and Cocoa: The Best of the West Side

Cookies and Cocoa: The Best of the West Side

December 4, 2019

The Observer takes you through the best places on the West Side to get a cup of hot cocoa and some cookies this winter.

Fordham Lincoln Center students collaborate to code for their robot.

Teaching a Robot How to Draw

December 4, 2019

The Tech @ LC Club held the "Robotic Art Therapy" event on Nov. 21 to bridge coding and art.

Family Traditions, December Edition

Family Traditions, December Edition

December 4, 2019

As we celebrate the holiday season in New York, three students take us through how they each celebrate their respective holidays.

Since graduating from the Fordham/Ailey program, Sykes has appeared in musicals including

Fordham Alum to Play the King of Pop in New Musical

November 22, 2019

Ephraim Sykes, FCLC '10, will play Michael Jackson in a musical set to open on Broadway in July.

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Science Department Chair Releases Debut Novel

October 30, 2019

Natural Sciences Department Chair Dr. Jason Morris, Ph.D., recently hosted a talk on the release of his debut novel, “Thicker than Mud,” a project 20 years in the making.