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Nine Ailey dancers performed to the choirs' live rendition of

Fordham Choirs and Ailey Dancers Perform at Annual Christmas Festival

December 17, 2019

The annual Festival of Lessons and Carols fills the Church of St. Paul the Apostle to the brim with people and melodious music.

Rev. George Drance, S.J. (center), and the cast of

Music as Mission, Theater as Theosis

December 4, 2019

Two Fordham Jesuit Priests incorporate art as part of their mission to serve the community.

The actors in

College Talk with Demigods

December 4, 2019

The cast of "The Lightning Thief" on Broadway hosted a special talkback geared at college students after a recent performance.

Chamber Singers Perform Broadway Tunes with a Twist

November 21, 2019

Students sung gender-bent versions of showtunes for an intimate audience of friends.

Cigarettes After Sex release their newest LP, “Cry” and return to New York City to play a sold-out show at Brooklyn Steel.

Cigarettes After Sex Will Make You ‘Cry’

November 13, 2019

Cigarettes After Sex release their sophomore LP, “Cry” and return to New York City to play a sold-out show at Brooklyn Steel.

While Rex Orange County's sophomore effort isn't perfect, it shows great creativity as he continues to grow as an artist.

Ram Jams: Rex Orange County Continues to Impress on ‘Pony’

November 13, 2019

Rex Orange County's new album "Pony" impresses but shows that Rex still has room to grow as an artist.

Melbourne-based singer-songwriter Ali Barter just released her second studio album

Getting Down to the Nitty Gritty with Ali Barter

November 13, 2019

Getting Down to the Nitty Gritty with Ali Barter who says “Hello, I’m Doing My Best”, which is the title of her latest album release.

Ram Jams: Terrifying Tunes for Halloween

Ram Jams: Terrifying Tunes for Halloween

October 30, 2019

Has music ever scared you? Not the soundtrack of a horror movie, and not a jumpscare added to a normal song, but a standalone piece of music: a song or album whose lyrics, instrumentals or a combination of both has shaken you. It’s time to get scared. These albums are not for the faint of heart.

While Elsewhere may be a popular concert venue for students, there's some unsavory things going on behind the scenes.

Dance Elsewhere: The Power of a Boycott

October 30, 2019

A Bushwick venue popular among Fordham students, Elsewhere, says it is a safe space for the queer community. Recently, a coalition of allies came forward to boycott the venue after revealing that one of the investors is a serial rapist Read about the conversations had between the parties and how Elsewhere plans to move forward.

The NYPD sent a letter to the Rolling Loud music festival requesting that five of the acts be removed stating that they had been involved in recent city violence.

Rolling Loud Needs to be the Last Time the NYPD Criminalizes Artists

October 30, 2019

The weekend of Oct. 12, Rolling Loud held its inaugural New York City festival at Citi Field. What wa...

The Washington-based band, which includes two Fordham students, just released its second EP,

With New EP, Bleachbear Grows From Seattle Roots

October 30, 2019

Seattle based indie group, Bleachbear, consisting of Fordham students Emiko Gantt and Tigerlily Colley, drop new EP, "Deep Sea Baby."

Laswell puts his own moody, melancholy spin on the songs he covers, many of which he performed at his recent concert. Afterwards, he interacted with the audience to connect with them face-to-face as well as through his music.

Greg Laswell Finds Meaning in Melancholy in ‘Covers’

October 21, 2019

The singer recently performed at (Le) Poisson Rouge to promote his new album, "Covers II," and connect with his audience by re-interpreting well-known songs.