The Observer

Latinx Heritage Month is still in full swing despite the pandemic, with events happening online and in-person.

Celebrating Latinx Heritage Month at Fordham

September 30, 2020

Fordham’s Latinx Heritage Committee and SOL are celebrating Latinx Heritage Month through a variety of online and socially distant events.

a screenshot of the petition asking the university to make a statement on recent incidents of police brutality

University Community Responds to George Floyd’s Death and the Black Lives Matter Movement

June 2, 2020

In the wake of George Floyd's death and as protests continue, the university sent out an official statement that many students feel was not enough.

Jade Appel, FCLC '21, walked the fashion show in a polleta, the national dress of Panama that exhibits traditional Panamanian stitchwork.

FACE Hosts Cultural Showcase

March 10, 2020

Fordham Advocates for Cultural Enrichment (FACE) held its first cultural showcase on Mar. 5 in collaboration with other cultural clubs on campus.

Four clubs came together to host an event with various cultural cuisines and socializing opportunities.

Cultural Clubs End Black History Month with Collaborative Celebration

March 2, 2020

The Black Student Alliance, Student Organization of Latinx, Caribbean Students Club and Muslim Student Association put together a night for students of all backgrounds to find a community.

UNICEF Club President Faizah Raffat, right, with Treasurer Batool AbdelHafez, left. The UNICEF club was forced to go on hiatus this fall semester.

UNICEF Club Enters Hiatus

October 16, 2019

The club’s E-Board citied “scheduling conflicts and event processing,” as the reasoning for their temporary discontinuation.