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two dancers dressed in white in front of a fountain for table of silence

A Reimagined Memorial: Table of Silence Photo Gallery

September 11, 2020

The 9/11 Table of Silence Project, presented by Buglisi Dance Theatre and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, featured socially-distanced choreography this year.

Lindsay Jorgensen s had to bring the dance studio to her house after escalations of the coronavirus

Dancing Together, Hundreds of Miles Apart

April 28, 2020

Lindsay Jorgensen, Fordham College Lincoln Center ’20, reflects on being sent home mid-semester as a senior. Without a chance to say goodbye to her greatest mentors, she uses technology to expand her craft.

Collaboration was central to blocking, costuming, and set design in Mr. Burns.

‘Mr. Burns’ Sparks Collaboration

April 10, 2019

Features Editor, Lindsay Jorgensen, talks to Elizabeth Margid, the head of Fordham Theatre’s directing program and the director of this year’s final mainstage play, “Mr. Burns.” Magrid takes advantage of her unique position of both professor and director to collaborate with her students involved in the production.

What Are You Giving up for Lent?

What Are You Giving up for Lent?

March 29, 2019

Lindsay Jorgensen asks Fordham students what they are doing to celebrate the Lenten season, whether it be giving up Starbucks or increasing time for prayer.

Leigh Honigman, FCLC '19, is involved with the Cunt Collective which is an advocacy group for sex workers.

Empowering Erotica

February 12, 2019

Features Editors Lindsay Jorgensen and Jeffrey Umbrell talk to Fordham alumna, Leigh Honigman about her work advocating for sex workers.

Tony Yancheng Li is an international finance major, has had numerous internships and loves choir.

Faces Behind Gabelli: Tony Yancheng Li

February 6, 2019

Lindsay Jorgensen, features editor, speaks with Tony Yancheng Li about his experiences as an international finance major and member of the Fordham choir.

Luke Momo, FCLC '19, is the former president and founder of the Filmmaking Club and has passed on the torch to Tommy Cunningham, FCLC '21, who serves as the current president.

Fordham Filmmaking Club Changes Reels

December 5, 2018

After two years, Luke Momo, former president and founder of the Filmmaking Club, has passed on the torch to Tommy Cunningham.

Pictured above are (left to right): Treasurer Ian Sokolowski, Vice President Jemina Molines, Secretary Chelsea Ashley and President Ahmari Alford.

New BSA Strives for Inclusivity on Campus

November 7, 2018

Although The Black Student Alliance (BSA) at Fordham Lincoln Center (FLC) was unable to reactivate its club status before the end of last semester, as originally desired by its past executive board members, the club has officially returned in full force this semester.

For her last outreach with GO!, Lau spent her spring break in Nicaragua. (Courtesy of Michele Lau)

More Than Just “Helping”: Students GO! to Brazil

May 12, 2018

As students impatiently anticipate the end of spring semester at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC),...


Creating and Collaborating with Movement in Macbeth

April 4, 2018

“The Scottish Play” is coming to Fordham to conclude this year’s mainstage season. Professor Daw...

Earlier this month, a “bomb cyclone” swept through New York City. (REGINA OREA/THE OBSERVER)

Fordham Students Weather the Bomb Cyclone

January 24, 2018

As the new year approached, temperatures on the east coast of the United States hit  new record lows. W...

Asian American theatre students feel excluded from this year’s theme “What does it mean to be American?” (Photo illustration Sarah Takash)

Lack of Asian-American Visibility in Theatre

December 9, 2017

What does it mean to be American? This question was what Matthew Maguire, director of the Theatre Program...