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The Fordham Observer Founded in 1981, The Observer is the award-winning student newspaper of Fordham College at Lincoln Center. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram and even TikTok @fordhamobserver.

Based at the Fordham University's Lincoln Center campus in Manhattan, The Observer's circulation also reaches Fordham's Rose Hill campus in the Bronx, making it available to over 14,000 students in the University's undergraduate colleges and graduate schools.

Based at the Fordham University's Lincoln Center campus in Manhattan, The Observer's circulation also reaches Fordham's Rose Hill campus in the Bronx, making it available to over 14,000 students in the University's undergraduate colleges and graduate schools.

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‘My Mom, Your Dad’ and my entertainment. HBO Max’s new show puts a spin on the traditional expectations of reality datin...
03/19/2022
‘My Mom, Your Dad’ and My Entertainment

‘My Mom, Your Dad’ and my entertainment. HBO Max’s new show puts a spin on the traditional expectations of reality dating television.

HBO Max took an unanticipated approach to the concept of dating shows by having college students nominate their parents to search for love.

From Opinions: "Give girls boxing gloves. Free self-defense classes could save lives and should be offered at Fordham."
03/19/2022
Give Girls Boxing Gloves

From Opinions: "Give girls boxing gloves. Free self-defense classes could save lives and should be offered at Fordham."

Fordham should offer defense classes to live up to its mission statement and help students have the tools necessary to live a safe life.

Balancing act: A look Into Fordham dancers’ well-being amid the pandemic.Coordination between Fordham and Ailey is preci...
03/18/2022
Balancing Act: A Look Into Fordham Dancers’ Well-Being Amid Pandemic

Balancing act: A look Into Fordham dancers’ well-being amid the pandemic.
Coordination between Fordham and Ailey is precipitating mental health and academic issues among dance majors.

Dancers participating in the Fordham and Ailey School joint dance program are facing issues with health and academics amid the pandemic.

Big Fun: ‘Heathers’ in London. This off-West End revival of the ‘Heathers’ musical does the beloved show justice.
03/18/2022
Big Fun: ‘Heathers’ in London

Big Fun: ‘Heathers’ in London. This off-West End revival of the ‘Heathers’ musical does the beloved show justice.

By considering “Heathers’” buoyant music as a contrast to its bleak material, there is a message about how we treat those dark topics as a culture.

‘English’ and ‘Shhhh’ Take Center Stage at Atlantic Theater Company. Atlantic Theater Company’s 2022 Off-Broadway season...
03/17/2022
‘English’ and ‘Shhhh’ Take Center Stage at Atlantic Theater Company

‘English’ and ‘Shhhh’ Take Center Stage at Atlantic Theater Company. Atlantic Theater Company’s 2022 Off-Broadway season kicks off with two original female-driven works that are reshaping theater as we know it.

Broadway is back, and the off-Broadway Atlantic Theater Company is following right behind it with two brand-new plays, “Shhhh” and “English.”

From Opinions: "Is it the Kardashians, or Do You Hate Women? The majority of criticism toward America’s most famous fami...
03/17/2022
Is it the Kardashians, or Do You Hate Women?

From Opinions: "Is it the Kardashians, or Do You Hate Women? The majority of criticism toward America’s most famous family is often unnecessary and rooted in misogyny."

Even one of America’s most powerful families is vulnerable to misogyny, and hurling unnecessary insults toward them perpetuates casual sexism.

From Opinions: "Planet Fitness is a good gym. Working out should be made accessible to everyone; it’s time to stop the P...
03/17/2022
Planet Fitness Is a Good Gym

From Opinions: "Planet Fitness is a good gym. Working out should be made accessible to everyone; it’s time to stop the Planet Fitness slander."

As a frequent customer and avid fan of my local Planet Fitness, I’m here to defend this accessible gym: It’s time for the slander to stop.

A Look Into Our Defense Mechanism: The human immune system and its biological processes are integral in protecting us fr...
03/16/2022
A Look Into Our Defense Mechanism

A Look Into Our Defense Mechanism: The human immune system and its biological processes are integral in protecting us from pathogens.

The human body cleverly uses various different cells to protect us from pathogens, ranging from the common cold to COVID-19.

Commuters find spaces on campus. Locations at Lincoln Center are designated to give commuters a sense of connectedness t...
03/09/2022
Commuters Find Spaces on Campus

Commuters find spaces on campus. Locations at Lincoln Center are designated to give commuters a sense of connectedness to the university.

Common spaces for commuter students include the Garden Lounge, Ram Cafe, the Student Lounge, and the 3rd-floor lounge.

Miss playing Mad Libs? Try Ram Libs! Today's theme is adventures in Fordham’s elevators.
03/09/2022
Ram Libs: Adventures in Fordham’s Elevators

Miss playing Mad Libs? Try Ram Libs! Today's theme is adventures in Fordham’s elevators.

Allie Stofer, FCLC ’23, is a news editor at The Observer. She is majoring in political science and minoring in history. When she isn’t writing, she can be found trying to win lottery tickets to Broadway shows, doing improv with Stove’s Cabin Crew or baking too much bread.

Food Crawl Through the Famed New World Mall Food Court:There’s something for everyone with over 32 vendors offering a di...
03/09/2022
Food Crawl Through the Famed New World Mall Food Court

Food Crawl Through the Famed New World Mall Food Court:There’s something for everyone with over 32 vendors offering a diverse selection of dishes at Flushing’s New World Mall Food Court.

Explore the basement food court of the New World Mall in Flushing. The vast food court is one of Flushing’s most well-known dining locations.

For Juliana Castello, Fordham College at Lincoln Center ’24, the king-sized bed in her LaGuardia Plaza Hotel room was a ...
03/08/2022
Students Recount Hotel Quarantine Experiences

For Juliana Castello, Fordham College at Lincoln Center ’24, the king-sized bed in her LaGuardia Plaza Hotel room was a comfortable place to complete her finals while in isolation last semester. She said it repeatedly, careful not to complain; the bed was comfortable, the staff was kind and the food was acceptable. There were worse places to isolate while recovering from COVID-19, and it was all free of charge.

Students report having mixed experiences with NYC’s free hotel quarantine program, citing poor food quality and cleanliness.

Take a break with today's crossword!
03/08/2022
Crossword: Need a Lift?

Take a break with today's crossword!

Grace Getman, FCLC ’22, is the managing editor for The Observer. A dual urban studies and environmental studies major, she likes trees, buildings and trees on the top of buildings (jury’s out on buildings on top of trees). Previously, she worked as an editor in the Social Media and Opinions sect...

Students found first Women’s Network at Fordham.Nationwide women collegiate networking organization founded its Fordham ...
03/07/2022
Students Found First Women’s Network at Fordham

Students found first Women’s Network at Fordham.
Nationwide women collegiate networking organization founded its Fordham branch during fall 2021 semester.

The nationwide organization Women’s Network helps to prepare female students to connect with each other and improve hard skills.

Giving day is here! At Fordham University Lincoln Center, The Observer strives to tell these stories in ways that truly ...
03/07/2022
Fordham Giving Day: Every Gift Counts

Giving day is here! At Fordham University Lincoln Center, The Observer strives to tell these stories in ways that truly matter to our Fordham community — every day, every article, every post, every video, every podcast and every issue.

Our student journalists are not paid and do not receive academic credit for all their work. They do it because they love what they do and care about the community they serve. As we enter the year 2022, we boast a 50+ member editorial board, 80+ contributing members and are continually expanding. We bring ongoing coverage of Fordham’s COVID-19 response, live Tweets of year-round sporting events and highly anticipated daily mini crosswords, while still maintaining a biweekly print issue that covers both of Fordham’s undergraduate campuses as well as the surrounding neighborhoods in which they reside.

Finally, of course, your donations will also allow us to print more outstanding editions of The Observer, with additional color pages and the same in-depth journalism that is the foundation of all we do.

If you are able to support our mission, thank you — from the bottom of our hearts — for investing in the future of journalism.

Join me and make a gift this #FordhamGivingDay!

Women’s B-Ball Takes Down Davidson in Season Finale.Rams celebrate Senior Day with big home win over Wildcats, enter A10...
03/07/2022
Women’s B-Ball Takes Down Davidson in Season Finale

Women’s B-Ball Takes Down Davidson in Season Finale.
Rams celebrate Senior Day with big home win over Wildcats, enter A10 Tournament as sixth seed.

The Fordham women’s basketball team succeeded in punching its ticket to the 6th seed in the A10 championship, in a win over Davidson.

In a student press conference with both The Observer and The Fordham Ram on Feb. 23, President-elect Tania Tetlow discus...
03/06/2022
Fordham Welcomes ‘First Family’

In a student press conference with both The Observer and The Fordham Ram on Feb. 23, President-elect Tania Tetlow discussed the transition between presidencies, her status as the first laywoman president at Fordham and her priorities once she assumes office. She also talked about bringing Fordham’s “First Family” to campus and how they will interact with students.

Fordham’s President-elect Tania Tetlow speaks to the Fordham student press about her history with Fordham and her goals for the university.

New York Fashion Week: Art Hearts Fashion Runway Showcase.Emerging designers showcased some of their finest pieces at th...
03/06/2022
New York Fashion Week: Art Hearts Fashion Runway Showcase

New York Fashion Week: Art Hearts Fashion Runway Showcase.
Emerging designers showcased some of their finest pieces at the Ziegfeld Ballroom in Manhattan.

The spring 2022 New York Fashion Week started with a bang. Taking place Feb. 11-16, NYC saw designers showcasing creativity at fashion events.

'Love Your Hair' panelists discuss journeys of embracing their natural hair.Office of Multicultural Affairs celebrates B...
03/05/2022
Love Your Hair Panelists Discuss Journeys of Embracing Their Natural Hair

'Love Your Hair' panelists discuss journeys of embracing their natural hair.
Office of Multicultural Affairs celebrates Black History Month with third annual ‘Love Your Hair’ Expo.

The expo aimed to provide a safe space for healthy conversation about the ways natural hair can be a source of empowerment for the Black community.

Women in Music: Billie Eilish. With dedicated audience interaction, stunning concert visuals and powerful live vocals, t...
03/05/2022
Women in Music: Billie Eilish

Women in Music: Billie Eilish. With dedicated audience interaction, stunning concert visuals and powerful live vocals, there’s no doubt that Billie Eilish has made her audience happier than ever.

Eilish announced a stop on her “Happier Than Ever” tour for Feb. 15 at the UBS Arena in Belmont Park, NY, which opened recently on Nov. 20.

Fears Over Rising MTA Crime Rate: Transit crime has been on the rise in New York City, leaving some New Yorkers wary of ...
03/04/2022
Fears Over Rising MTA Crime Rate

Fears Over Rising MTA Crime Rate: Transit crime has been on the rise in New York City, leaving some New Yorkers wary of traveling on the subway.

Fordham University students express their concerns and fears following fatal accidents on the subway in New York City.

Can We Please Talk About ‘The Legend of Vox Machina’?The adult animated series, based on the popular ‘Dungeons & Dragons...
03/04/2022
Can We Please Talk About ‘The Legend of Vox Machina’?

Can We Please Talk About ‘The Legend of Vox Machina’?The adult animated series, based on the popular ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ web series ‘Critical Role,’ is revolutionary.

“The Legend of Vox Machina” captures the magic of Dungeons & Dragons and reinvents the way creators approach story development.

On 3/3/2022, check out our mini-crossword with a cameo appearance of the 33rd President, announced in 2022,  of @Fordham...
03/03/2022
Thursday, March 3

On 3/3/2022, check out our mini-crossword with a cameo appearance of the 33rd President, announced in 2022, of @FordhamUniversity.

Take a minute to play The Observer’s Daily Mini Crossword, posted everyday at 8:00 A.M.

Lunar New Year Parade 2022: This year’s Lunar New Year parade featured a plethora of floats, puppets and performers, daz...
03/03/2022
Lunar New Year Parade 2022

Lunar New Year Parade 2022: This year’s Lunar New Year parade featured a plethora of floats, puppets and performers, dazzling the audience in celebration of the Year of the Tiger.

View the Lunar New Year Parade in pictures, from the traditional clothing and symbols to people holding signs protesting Asian hate.

Breaking the Fashion Cycle of Exclusivity: Fordham students offer their perspectives on one of the largest industries in...
03/03/2022
Breaking the Fashion Cycle of Exclusivity

Breaking the Fashion Cycle of Exclusivity: Fordham students offer their perspectives on one of the largest industries in the world.

When people yearn for inclusion in fashion, an industry with a runway of unreality dividing it, how do you conquer the catwalk in couture?

Writing a letter is more than just pen on paper; it can be the strokes spilling the most piping hot tea or declaring one...
03/02/2022
A Letter to Those Who Don’t Write Them

Writing a letter is more than just pen on paper; it can be the strokes spilling the most piping hot tea or declaring one’s love. Though not nearly as popular as before, letters can be written for a good cause.

Why should you send a hand-written letter? It can help you reflect and slow down, plus, you can support the USPS with your message!

The year 2021 was a return to a typical movie year: The box office was dominated by Marvel movies like “Spider-Man: No W...
03/02/2022
2022 Oscar Nominations: A Return to Movie Normalcy

The year 2021 was a return to a typical movie year: The box office was dominated by Marvel movies like “Spider-Man: No Way Home” and “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” and the sci-fi epic “Dune,” while period pieces like “The Power of the Dog,” “Licorice Pizza,” and “Belfast” dominated the awards circuit.

It is through the surprises every year that we join together and ride the rollercoaster of emotions that are the Oscar nominations.

Fordham Women’s Basketball Team Loses Fourth Straight to Richmond: How five Spiders outshot a single Ram: Asiah Dingle’s...
03/01/2022
Fordham Women’s Basketball Team Loses Fourth Straight to Richmond

Fordham Women’s Basketball Team Loses Fourth Straight to Richmond: How five Spiders outshot a single Ram: Asiah Dingle’s 31-point game was not enough to end Fordham’s losing streak.

The Fordham women’s basketball team lost their fourth game in a row, this against Richmond, and have fallen to fifth in the A10 standings.

If both city locals and non-natives were to agree on one thing, it would be that New York and fashion are inextricably l...
03/01/2022
Where Dreams Are Made Of: Clothing and Couture in the Concrete Jungle

If both city locals and non-natives were to agree on one thing, it would be that New York and fashion are inextricably linked. Culture is happening wherever you look. And from Feb. 11 to Feb. 16, New York City’s status as the “Top Global Fashion Capital of the Decade” is only further cemented as New York Fashion Week commences in full swing.

The concrete jungle’s reputation as a designer dreamland would be the stuff of legend — but can the city’s style be felt by students?

‘Marry Me’: Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson Revive the Rom-Com Formula.The romantic comedy employs all the conventions of...
02/28/2022
‘Marry Me’: Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson Revive the Rom-Com Formula

‘Marry Me’: Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson Revive the Rom-Com Formula.
The romantic comedy employs all the conventions of the genre and provides for a pleasant, enjoyable and lighthearted viewing experience.

“Marry Me” inspires the audience to follow their romantic pursuits and deeply connect with those around them.

Lunar New Year Parade 2022This year’s Lunar New Year parade featured a plethora of floats, puppets and performers, dazzl...
02/28/2022

Lunar New Year Parade 2022

This year’s Lunar New Year parade featured a plethora of floats, puppets and performers, dazzling the audience in celebration of the Year of the Tiger.

Written by: @alexaastegmuller @laurenbocalan @alice.moreno

Photos by: @laurenbocalan

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Fordham Women’s Basketball outplayed by the University of Dayton.The Rams could not pull off the double-digit comeback v...
02/28/2022
Fordham Women’s Basketball Outplayed by the University of Dayton

Fordham Women’s Basketball outplayed by the University of Dayton.
The Rams could not pull off the double-digit comeback versus the Flyers.

The Fordham women’s basketball team showed great effort in the final minutes to close the lead, but they could not pull off the comeback.

‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Is a Tale of Redemption.Star Wars tackles themes of identity and renewal in the new Disney+ show...
02/27/2022
‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Is a Tale of Redemption

‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Is a Tale of Redemption.
Star Wars tackles themes of identity and renewal in the new Disney+ show ‘The Book of Boba Fett’.

When “The Book of Boba Fett” was originally announced, I was ecstatic for all of the possibilities that the direction of this show would go.

Historian Giovana Xavier discusses Black Beauty in Honor of BHM.The Freedom & Slavery Working Group invites Black femini...
02/27/2022
Historian Giovana Xavier Discusses Black Beauty in Honor of BHM

Historian Giovana Xavier discusses Black Beauty in Honor of BHM.
The Freedom & Slavery Working Group invites Black feminist author to a Q&A centering around her book and research.

Giovana Xavier and Yuko Miki discuss Blackness in Brazil, the nuances of Black beauty, and the creative processes of Black artists.

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Maya Addie is a new Radio City Rockette! With the holiday season is full swing it was so cool to see a Fordham Graduate and a member of the Alvin Alley Dance Company giving her all to entertain NYC. 😀@therockettes•@mtaagency Ailey/Fordham Alum Fordham Class of 1980 Facebook site: https://www.facebook.com/groups/537184563628982
"Women deserve changes in the social stigma and lack of research surrounding contraceptive care." Source: The Fordham Observer #hormonecontraception #contraceptivecare #reproductivejustice
COLIN POWELL: Soldier, Diplomat, Political Force (w) Ties to Fordham University Colin L. Powell was an American politician, diplomat, statesman, and four-star general who served as the 65th United States Secretary of State from 2001 to 2005. He has the distinction of being the first African-American Secretary of State in the history of the USA. His early years of training brought him in direct contact with Fordham University. Completed his ROTC Training at Fordham University Rose Hill Powell was raised in the South Bronx and graduated from the now defunct Morris High School in 1954. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from the City College of New York (CCNY) in 1958. There are approximately 35 New York Metro area colleges and universities that supplement their Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) with the assistance of the program at Fordham University on the Bronx campus (Rose Hill). General Powell was one of them-see photo below. He was a member of Pershing Rifles, an ROTC fraternal organization and drill team begun by General John Pershing. Even after he had become a general, Powell kept a pen set, on his desk, that he had won for a drill team competition. Did It Without A West Point Diploma. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) is the highest-ranking and most senior military officer in the United States Armed Forces. At age 52, he became the youngest officer, and first African-American/Afro-Caribbean (of Jamaican Parents), to serve in this position. Powell was also the first JCS Chair who received his commission through ROTC. In addition to being only the 3rd CJCS who did not attend a service academy (USMA or Annapolis). The Fordham University Military Hall of Fame is established to recognize the achievements of Fordham University veterans and graduates of Fordham University’s Army Reserve Officer Training Corps who exemplify the ideals of men and women in service to others. Powell was included on the 2002 roster. (https://forever.fordham.edu/s/1362/18/interior.aspx...) Later Career Vietnam War: Powell served a tour in Vietnam as a South Vietnamese Army (ARVN) advisor from 1962 to 1963. While on patrol in a Viet Cong-held area, he was wounded. Later, he returned to Vietnam as a major in 1968, serving as assistant chief of staff of operations for the 23rd (Americal) Infantry Division. During the second tour in Vietnam he was decorated with the Soldier's Medal for bravery after he survived a helicopter crash and single-handedly rescued three others. Secretary of State: From 2001 to 2005 he served as Secretary of State during the administration of George W. Bush. After the September 11 attacks, Powell came under fire for his role in building the case for the 2003 Invasion of Iraq. In a press statement on February 24, 2001, he had said that sanctions against Iraq had prevented the development of any weapons of mass destruction by Saddam Hussein. April 5, 1937 – October 18, 2021 The cause of death was complications of Covid-19, his family said in a statement, adding that he had been vaccinated and was being treated at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, in Bethesda, Md., when he died there. A spokeswoman said his immune system had been compromised by multiple myeloma, for which he had been undergoing treatment. He had been due to receive a booster shot for his vaccine last week, she added, but had to postpone it when he fell ill. He had also been treated for early stages of Parkinson’s disease. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - BIBLIOGRAPHY (The First African American Secretary of State, Colin Powell Archived June 4, 2008, at the Wayback Machine, The African American Registry.) O'Sullivan, Christopher D. (April 16, 2009). Colin Powell: American Power and Intervention From Vietnam to Iraq. Rowman & Littlefield. p. ix. ISBN 978-0-7425-6535-7. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colin_Powell#cite_note-23 Retrieved (October 19th, 2021) Title 10 of the United States Code "The 14 Chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of Staff". https://www.defense.gov/ https://www.defensenews.com/pentagon/2019/07 Finlayson, Reggie (2003). Colin Powell. Biography (A & E). Twenty-First Century Books. p. 55. ISBN 9780822549666. Colin Powell, Who Shaped U.S. National Security, Dies at 84, N.Y. Times Obit October 18, 2021 This article originally appeared on the Fordham University Class of 1980 Facebook site: https://www.facebook.com/groups/537184563628982 -Kevin Bergin Class of 1980 (Gabelli)
Interesting article by The Fordham Observer on #OCD: http://ow.ly/gMdY50Gp3sO For more info on this #anxiety disorder and to read helpful information & management strategies, grab yourselves a copy of this book :http://ow.ly/3Lrh50Gp3sP
Missed our screening of The Eyes Of Tammy Faye last week? Check out The Fordham Observer's review of the event and film.
On this 12th anniversary of Casey's death we honor her life by sharing her story: https://bit.ly/Casey12th. Casey loved her cousin's baby, Kadence (L) as well as NYC and Fordham where she was the news editor for The Observer. Casey was hard-working, thoroughly enjoyed life, actively pursued her dreams of becoming a journalist and always stayed connected to friends and family. Follow the link to learn about Casey and view more photos. #becauseofcasey Fordham Communication and Media Studies Fordham College at Lincoln Center Fordham University The Fordham Observer
This week's Top 5 roundup starts with an article on top customer service trends by Phillip Britt in Destination CRM. Customer service is changing as digital and self-service options to get questions answered and problems resolved to become more popular. That doesn’t mean live agents are going to disappear. As strong a case as this article makes for the digital-first options, it still supports the notion of reaching a live agent when necessary. Next up is a very interesting article by Isabella Scipioni on The Fordham Observer about requiring Customer Service Competency for students. One of the questions we asked in our soon-to-be-released 2021 Achieving Customer Amazement study was if colleges should require a course in customer service. Out of 1,000 consumers, 65% said, “Yes.” Well, Fordham University takes this concept to the next level, requiring the course to be taken before admission. Plus, two bonus articles including a list of the best customer experience (CX) podcasts put together by Podchaser. I’m honored to be included on this list with many of my colleagues and friends. https://hyken.com/customer-experience-2/5-top-customer-service-articles-of-the-week-7-12-2021/
Fordham Alumni Pen Pal Program I don't know how widely this was distributed, so my apology if you already saw this, but Fordham is starting a Pen Pal program? Read the information below and possibly contact Ms. Paone ([email protected]) for additional information. It mentions getting letters from "our alumni around the globe." http://sot.ag/fqyBB
(UNDER ALL THINGS NAMED FORDHAM) There was a movie version of Dragnet in 1954. I saw it on TV about a decade ago. Frankly, it isn’t the best: Crime shows have gotten so much more sophisticated, generally a format that works for a 30 minute TV episode seldom works for the length of a feature film and Joe Friday’s (Jack Webb) treatment of a suspect will send even the most ardent law-and-order type, like me, looking to join the ACLU. However, there was one scene where a Fordham Pennant appears on the wall. It didn’t come in to the story but I always wondered why? Well, the screenplay was written by our own Richard L. Breen (Fordham Class of 1940). Below are both the poster for the movie release (left) and the matching IMDb site (right). https://www.facebook.com/groups/537184563628982/about
Fordham Marching Band, Fall '39, at Polo Grounds. Fordham University Class of 1980 Facebook Site: https://lnkd.in/evp-E_F http://sot.ag/fqyBB
A wonderful tribute to the late Mitch Berger upon the 40th anniversary of Fordham University’s newspaper, The Observer, for which he was a founding editor-in-chief. A leader in the neuroendocrine tumor community, Mitch will forever be in our thoughts and hearts. https://fordhamobserver.com/63241/40th-anniversary/tribute-to-mitch-berger/ Fordham University The Fordham Observer