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In This Issue of the Fordham Observer…

The last print issue of the Fordham Observer for the year hits stands today, just in time for the last day of classes. Before you pick up your copy, here’s a look at some of the stories that might grab your attention.

Fordham Student Affairs administration was not permitted to attend this year’s performance of The Vagina Monologues.

MGMT played at Spring Weekend and wished the graduating class of 2010 good luck in their future endeavors.

Fordham reacts to the controversy surrounding the Vatican in recent weeks.

The number of theology majors at Fordham College at Lincoln Center is dramatically on the rise.

Who will replace NFL-drafted John Skelton on the Rams next year? Brian Mangan speculates.

After a four-year fight, Fordham faculty is awarded equal benefits, regardless of sexual orientation.

Do finals have a purpose? Lauren Daggett doesn’t think so.

The Literary section is all about haiku this issue.

Brian Kownacki, viral video sensation for his famed Fordham flip on the baseball field, reflects.

Spotlight on the Senior Visual Arts Thesis exhibitions of Theo Legro and Alex Palomino.

Layout editor Kelsey Butler reflects on making it through senior year without her best friend and roommate, Casey Feldman.

Read all these pieces and many more in this issue of The Observer!

–Ashley Tedesco, blog editor

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