“First Responders” Limits Debate About Police

The use of systematically misattributed language such as “first responders” is not the way to open up a dialogue.

On the Issues: Immigration

Immigration policies affect the past and future identity of the nation and has been a highly referenced topic this campaign cycle.

Fordham Needs a Scholarship for Undocumented Students and Refugees

Fordham should develop a scholarship for admitted applicants who are undocumented students or refugees.

Rising Tuition Leaves the Students Without Answers

For the 15th year in a row, Fordham increased the tuition for the University.

Observer Alumni Op-Ed

As a group of concerned alums, we are extremely disappointed in the department of Communication and Media Studies’ decision to sever ties with The Observer.

On the Issues 2016: Student Loan Debt and Higher Education Cost

Student loans and tuition costs of higher education, directly affect the majority of students on campus and throughout the country.

CMS Cuts Ties With The Observer: Redux

Hitting the reset button is never easy.

Assessing the Human Cost of Drone Strikes

The expansion of the U.S. military's drone program has led to the loss of too many innocent lives.

Britain Must Go Through With the “Brexit”

Britain will vote by way of a national referendum either to remain a member state of the European Union or to leave it.
Tony Award-winning composer and lyricist, Stephen Schwartz

Stephen Schwartz Is On the Wrong Track

Last month, the Tony Award-winning composer and lyricist Stephen Schwartz, best known for the hit musicals Wicked and Pippin, announced his refusal to license his works to any North Carolina theatre or organization in response to the passing of the North Carolina House Bill 2 (HB2).