On Wednesday Nov 6, Fordham University students gathered to partake in an evening of poetry, prose, song and standup at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC).
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Say goodbye to the world’s ‘graffiti Mecca’: 5 Pointz.
By MIKE MADDEN, TAVY WU, WEIYU LI Multimedia Producer, Photo Editor, Assistant Multimedia Producer Published: Apr. 16, 2013 The Big Apple is nothing without Asian cuisine like Sushi, dim sum, pad thai, and Korean barbecue. With hundreds of Asian restaurants in New York City, there are just too many good ones to explore. The Observer’s Asst. Multimedia Producer Weiyu Li and […]
In the final segment of the Observer’s miniseries, “Camouflaged,” we talk to William Deighan, Fordham College, Rose Hill (FCRH ’15), and former E-4 Senior Airman.
In Part II of The Observer's new mini-series, "Camouflaged," we meet Vadim Panasyuk, 28, a former E-5 Sergeant in the Army who served two tours of duty in Iraq from 2005 to 2008.
By LUDOVICA MARTELLA Mutlimedia Staff Published: November 15, 2012 Observer photographer and multimedia staffer Ludovica Martella ventured back to Italy to her hometown of Rome to visit family and friends for a short time. She brings back with her breathtaking photographs of some of the city’s most historical spots which are everyday sights for this native Italian. Forza Roma!
In the Observer's new mini-series, "Camouflaged," we interviewed three veterans who are currently enrolled in classes at both Fordham College at Rose Hill (FCRH) and Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC). For Part I, we interviewed Sean Cintron, a freshman and former Army sergeant, E-5 who served in the infantry for six years in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
Fordham College Lincoln Center student Jasper Chang, class of 2013, photographed Hurricane Sandy’s devastating effects on the town of Tottenville, Staten Island.
The Observer photographers stayed on campus for this photo feature and asked Fordham College at Lincoln Center students about their summer plans.
A trip to a flea market in the city is like a trip into another world. Observer Photographers discover the beauty in the vintage items, cluttered tents and interesting folks at flea markets around the city.