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Choose Your News: Student Publications at Fordham

Choose Your News: Student Publications at Fordham

April 10, 2019

There is a student publication at Fordham to represent every point of view.

Prestige Is a Losing Game

Prestige Is a Losing Game

April 9, 2019

It’s so tantalizingly easy to scoff at the people who say your money can’t buy you happiness. But it won’t.

We’ve All Bin Fooled: Recycling a Hoax

We’ve All Bin Fooled: Recycling a Hoax

March 28, 2019

RecycleMania and its baseless statistics threaten to reveal a truth the banners know well, but it is a revelation we’ve never suspected: Recycling. Isn’t. Real.

The Observer Wins Best of Show at ACP National Journalism Convention

The Observer Wins Best of Show at ACP National Journalism Convention

March 2, 2019

The Fordham Observer won First Place Best of Show for a four-year less-than-weekly newspaper at the Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) Midwinter National College Journalism Convention in La Jolla, CA.

Bronx Car Chase Culminates on Martyrs’ Court

Bronx Car Chase Culminates on Martyrs’ Court

March 1, 2019

At 11:50 a.m. on March 1, a car drove through Fordham University’s Rose Hill campus with NYPD officers in pursuit. Three men were arrested, and 20 bags of heroin were recovered from the suspects.

Free the Pimple: Puberty Chic Going Through Changes

Free the Pimple: Puberty Chic Going Through Changes

February 19, 2019

Being American and going through puberty is a unique tradition of ours. The depiction of high school life on screens big and small is perhaps an equally American tradition. But has America been crushing on puberty chic too hard?

Going the Distance

Going the Distance

February 12, 2019

She’s the cutest thing I’ve ever laid eyes on, the kind of person who could get that bust of Leon Lowenstein to crack a smile. Oh, and she’s six hours away by bus.

Satire – Millennials are Ruining Award Shows

Satire – Millennials are Ruining Award Shows

January 23, 2019

If millennials have their way, award shows as we know it will cease to exist.

The IKEA Veggie Dog: An Odyssey

The IKEA Veggie Dog: An Odyssey

December 5, 2018

Opinions Editor and vegan, Owen Roche, made the pilgrimage to Brooklyn to try IKEA's new veggie dog.

Thanksgiving: The Holiday of Moral Qualms

Thanksgiving: The Holiday of Moral Qualms

November 14, 2018

The holiday, sufficiently dreadful on its own, continues to find ways to absorb other weaker sources of gloom, much like an imploding star.

Administration Inactive as Old Quinn Languishes

Administration Inactive as Old Quinn Languishes

November 14, 2018

For the indefinite future, the best view students will get of the old Quinn Library space will continue to be through its locked doors.

Celebrities Should Not Have Opinions

Celebrities Should Not Have Opinions

November 7, 2018

I’m sorry — the old, apolitical Taylor can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Oh, because she’s a Democrat.

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