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A Night of Laughter at Fordham Lincoln Center

A Night of Laughter at Fordham Lincoln Center

April 15, 2019

Fridays are made for fun, and nothing inspires fun better than good comedy. On April 5, Stove’s Cabin Cre...

Making a Musical: ‘The Shakespeare Company’

Making a Musical: ‘The Shakespeare Company’

April 10, 2019

Self-taught pianist Carli Freeman, FCLC ’21, and Shannie Rao, FCLC ’22, show the power of what teenagers can do by writing and producing their own musical, "The Shakespeare Company."

Give Country Music a Chance

Give Country Music a Chance

April 10, 2019

The oft-panned genre has a rich history of home-grown tunes and authentic storytelling.

Bryce Vine: Homecoming

Bryce Vine: Homecoming

April 10, 2019

The Spring Weekend performer discusses his upcoming Fordham concert and the inspiration behind his music.

It’s a Guessing ‘Game of Thrones’

It’s a Guessing ‘Game of Thrones’

April 10, 2019

As the premiere of the final season draws near, fans wonder how the show will compare with the yet-unwritten next book.

Choose Your News: Student Publications at Fordham

Choose Your News: Student Publications at Fordham

April 10, 2019

There is a student publication at Fordham to represent every point of view.

Move Over Coachella, Woodstock is Back

Move Over Coachella, Woodstock is Back

April 10, 2019

The music festival that started all music festivals returns to New York on its 50th anniversary.

The Most Magical Place in Manhattan

The Most Magical Place in Manhattan

April 9, 2019

Students got a few more tricks up their sleeve at a magic workshop as part of the "Year of Magic" on campus.

‘When We All Fall Asleep:’ A Listening Guide

‘When We All Fall Asleep:’ A Listening Guide

April 9, 2019

Marina Vergara takes listeners through Billie Eilish's debut album, song by song.

NYC Emo Pioneers Return to the Stage in Brooklyn

NYC Emo Pioneers Return to the Stage in Brooklyn

April 3, 2019

What is punk? Historically, it has been a number of things: rebellion, anti-establishmentism, disenfranchisement and whatever makes people break the status quo. More than anything, though, Jawbreaker’s concert at Brooklyn Steel proved to the New York crowd that punk is doing whatever the hell you love no matter what stands in your way … even a two-decade hiatus.

Save the Planet, Save Cash, Go Thrifting

Save the Planet, Save Cash, Go Thrifting

March 31, 2019

Thrift shopping is good for the planet and lets students find unique fashion on a college-friendly budget.

‘Gloria Bell’ Review: A Total Eclipse of Your Heart

‘Gloria Bell’ Review: A Total Eclipse of Your Heart

March 31, 2019

“Gloria Bell” taught me two things — the mediocrity of life is eternal, and old people never sile...