Archive for category: Videos

Quidditch Club Approaches Approval at Rose Hill

Quidditch Club Approaches Approval at Rose Hill

Quidditch, a game for wizards adapted from the Harry Potter series for "muggles" (non-wizarding folk), has become an increasingly popular activity for college campuses...

Casey Feldman Foundation Releases New Video

By HARRY HUGGINS Editor-in-Chief Published: February 13, 2013 Last week, the Casey Feldman Foundation, named after a Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) student and former News Editor of The Observer who was killed by a distracted driver in 2009, released a new video titled “Just a Few Seconds” as part of their efforts to prevent distracted driving. The Casey […]

“DC” Opens in Kehoe Theater

"DC,” a play written by Morgan Richardson, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’15, premiered on Feb. 18 in the Veronica Lally Kehoe Theatre

Students React to Ram Café Renovations

Students React to Ram Café Renovations

Students were welcomed back from winter break on Monday to a brand new cafeteria.

USG Hosts Annual FCLC Christmas Tree Lighting

Last Thursday, Fordham's United Student Government (USG) hosted another successful annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony.

Rainbow Alliance Holds its First “Queer Prom”

Rainbow Alliance Holds its First “Queer Prom”

On Dec. 4, FCLC's Rainbow Alliance held its first "Queer Prom" after the word "queer" is approved for social programming.

Lincoln Square’s 13th Annual Winter’s Eve Festival Attracts Hundreds to Begin the Holiday Season

Lincoln Square’s 13th Annual Winter’s Eve Festival Attracts Hundreds to Begin the Holiday Season

On Monday Nov. 26, the Observer attended Lincoln Square's 13th annual Winter's Eve Festival.

Poets Out Loud November Series

Poets Out Loud November Series

By NICHOLAS MILANES Multimedia Staff Published: November 11, 2012   Nick Milanes invites us to the November reading of Poets Out Loud featuring Caroline Hagood, Kimiko Hahn and Scott Hightower.

Let There Be Light: The Observer Heads to Union Square Post-Hurricane Sandy

Let There Be Light: The Observer Heads to Union Square Post-Hurricane Sandy

Stuck right in the midst of a lights on/lights off limbo, the Observer treks downtown to Union Square to see how New Yorkers have been managing post-Hurricane Sandy.

Poets Out Loud and Poetry Society of America Collaborate

Poets Out Loud and Poetry Society of America Collaborate

Blog Editor Nick Milanes covers the second round of poets at October's Poets Out Loud