The Observer

Affordable Care Act: Here to Stay

November 20, 2014

By JONATHAN MILOHNICContributing WriterPublished: November 19, 2014 Unless you live under a rock, the...

Students Campaign for Gubernatorial Debates

Students Campaign for Gubernatorial Debates

September 25, 2014

By TYLER MARTINSEditor-in-ChiefPublished: September 23, 2014 Regardless of who wins or loses come Election Day, the governorship will still belong to Fordham Unive...

Hollywood Influence on American Politics Is Not Necessarily A Bad Thing

Hollywood Influence on American Politics Is Not Necessarily A Bad Thing

April 2, 2014

By KAMRUN NESA Asst. Opinions Co-Editor and Copy Editor Published: April 2, 2014 After conducting a poll in February 2014 about the Academy Awards and Hollywood influe...

College Republicans and ASILI to Co-Host Event

College Republicans and ASILI to Co-Host Event

October 24, 2013

By IAN McKENNA Editor-in-Chief Published: October 24, 2013 Luke Zaro, Fordham College at Ros...

Has Political Satire Gone Too Far?

Has Political Satire Gone Too Far?

October 19, 2012

By NINA GUIDICE Asst. Blog Editor Published: October 19, 2012 Everyone's a comedian in an election year; it's every satirist's favorite sea...

Despite the Post-Election Calm, Students Still Engaged in Politics

June 8, 2011

By Juliet Ben-Ami Staff Writer Since the beginning of election season last year, Americans had been atwitter in anticipation of the transition of power in the White House. There seemed to be an increase in people, particularly college students, watching and reading the news, and political discussion was inevitable in al...