The Observer

Robby Mook and the Future of American Politics

Robby Mook and the Future of American Politics

April 30, 2019

Democrats are less than a year out from the heart of the 2020 primary election, and many left-leaning voters are somewhat confused about how we will get there. With an intimidating number of candidates in the field, and new ones seemingly announcing every day, the state of the primary already feels intimidating and exhausting.

President Trump and Fox News: A Dangerous Love Story

President Trump and Fox News: A Dangerous Love Story

March 14, 2018

For a president who spends as much time criticizing news outlets as he does, President Trump sure love...

Death to Print Journalism?

Death to Print Journalism?

November 16, 2017

By KILEY CAMPBELL Staff Writer Every new technological feat or milestone seems to herald the death of...

The B-Word and its Many Meanings

The B-Word and its Many Meanings

September 30, 2015

By KATHY YOO Contributing Writer In her MTV documentary, “My Time Now,” rapper Nicki Minaj shares he...

ESPN Cuts Commentary to Survive New Media Landscape

ESPN Cuts Commentary to Survive New Media Landscape

August 28, 2015

By CONNOR MANNION News Co-Editor ESPN faces an uncertain future as a place for commentary, namely i...

Inside the Fordham Observer

Inside the Fordham Observer

March 12, 2015

By NINNET RODRIGUEZ & SRI STEWART Staff Videographers Published: March 12, 2015 Take a look behind the scenes of the Fordham Observer, FCLC's...

US on Boko Haram: Heads In The Sand

February 1, 2015

By JONATHAN MILOHNICContributing WriterPublished: January 26, 2015 It is a very sad reality that in today’s society, few major media outlets control our flow of information. As Americans, we have witnessed media sensationalism with domestic issues such as the border crisis and the riots in Ferguson, MO., in addition to se...

The Media’s Representation of Israel Leaves Much To Be Desired

September 20, 2014

By RACHEL SHMULEVICH Opinions Co-Editor Published: August 22, 2014 When it comes to the Israel-Palestine conflict, the former has almost always drawn the short end of the stick when it comes to a fair and balanced representation in the media—at least if it’s the liberal media that’s doing the reporting. And while it’s...

Sadbook: Social Media’s Impact

Sadbook: Social Media’s Impact

April 24, 2014

By TYLER BURDICK Staff Writer Published: April 24, 2014 It’s neither a secret nor a surprise that today’s kids, teens and young adults are almost characterized by ...

The Iowa and New Hampshire Primaries

June 1, 2011

And How the Media Got it All Wrong By Yelena Ambartsumian Staff Writer Published: January 31, 2008 Thus far, the only element of consistency in the 2008 Presidential primaries is that reporters and pundits continue to get it wrong. First the mainstream media said that Barack Obama’s message of hope and unity was an ...