The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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Rhina Sonia Talk
Sonia Manzano: Through the Eyes of a Latine Artist
Television host Rhina Valentin interviews Emmy Award-winning actress and author Sonia Manzano at Lincoln Center's David Rubenstein Atrium.
‘Barbarian’: A Memorable Movie Experience
What stands out about “Barbarian” is its creativity in expanding on these cliches while having effective camera work and an original plot.
‘3000 Years of Longing’ For a Better Movie
The worst thing about "3000 Years of Longing" is that it had the potential to be an excellent film.
‘Nope’? More Like Yup!
“Nope” stands out from Peele's past two films. The expansion into science fiction allows him to explore and create many more new stories.
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Several customers gathered in front of a Nathans famous food truck serving hot dogs and Philly cheesesteaks near the 59th Street Central Park entrance.
New York and Its Food Vendor Culture: A Photo Essay
Mucho Gusto mixer
Mucho Gusto Mixer and the Gift of Community
This year marks the 96th year of celebration of the Feast of San Gennaro.
Little Italy, Big Festival
Nike and Simon Porte Jacquemus, a French fashion designer, collaborated on a line of athletic wear for this Fashion Week display.
New York Fashion Week From Student’s Perspectives
Emlyn singing
Emlyn and Opener Aria Lisslo: Firsts at Mercury Lounge
On June 29, Emlyn performed at the Mercury Lounge live music bar on the Lower East Side for her first American headlining show.
Fordham CAB’s Spring Weekend “Exceeded All Expectations”
Fordham’s Campus Activities Board at Rose Hill hosted free programs to continue the tradition of Spring Weekend.
Harry Styles’ ‘As It Was’ Track Review
British heartthrob Harry Styles has successfully struck gold yet again — this time around, the hugely praised musician has entered a new oasis, one of home.
Tyler, the Creator, Finds His Way to Madison Square Garden
Tyler, the Creator lit up Madison Square Garden for night one of his two-night run in New York City for his “CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST” tour.
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More inclusivity means healthier bodies in the fashion industry.
Body Inclusivity in the Fashion Industry: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
By CARRIE BERK April 10, 2022
In an industry that still struggles with inclusivity toward bodies, it is up to the models, influencers and photographers to spark change.
NYPL Performing Arts Exhibit
Theater Arts in the Archives
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts is celebrating 50 years of its video-recorded theatre archive with a new exhibition.
Alison Leiby’s ‘Oh God, A Show About Abortion’ Resonates With Audiences
Alison Leiby put on a stand-up comedy show about abortion, motherhood and health-care access at the Cherry Lane Theatre.
Lea Michele Replaces Beanie Feldstein in ‘Funny Girl’ Revival
On July 11, it was announced that actress Lea Michele would be taking over the role of Fanny Brice starting September 6.
‘Notre Dame de Paris’: So Good, It’s Sinful
“Notre Dame de Paris” rightfully takes its place among the incredible performances gracing Lincoln Center's storied plaza.
Amber Gray Visits Fordham Theatre Program for “Calling Up” Lecture Series
Members of Fordham’s Theatre program erupted with smiles, cheers and applause when actress Amber Gray entered the classroom for a guest lecture on Tuesday, May 3.
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The Enid A. Haupt Conservatory was transformed into a display of rare and beautiful flowers by Jeff Leatham.
New York Botanical Gardens Hosts Annual Orchid Show
This spring, the New York Botanical Gardens’ annual Orchid Show returned for its 19th year, with the exhibit “Jeff Leatham’s Kaleidoscope.”
Parkway Oval Park
Finders, Seekers: Tuckahoe Explored
Located 18 miles north of the Lincoln Center campus, I found myself somewhere new, away from home.
dog with soccer ball
Lincoln Center’s Local Canine Companions
Fordham is my school, New York is my campus, and Hell’s Kitchen dogs are my companions.
Films on the Green: An Exploration of French Film in NYC Parks
Films on the Green is an excellent opportunity to learn about French culture alongside a crowd who shares this interest.
‘SUFFS’ Brings Unsung Suffragist Stories to The Public Theater
“Suffs,” an off-Broadway musical written by and starring Shaina Taub, tells the true story of some of the earliest pioneers of women’s rights.
Does Fordham Got Talent?
CAB is there to save the day with their talent show, putting our peers to the test, asking the fundamental question: Does Fordham Got Talent?
Keating Hall: A Hallmark of Fordham in Film
For the last 79 years, Fordham College at Rose Hill has been quite the hotspot for appearances in feature Hollywood films.
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