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a poster for Raya and the Last Dragon

‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ Soars to New Heights

By ISABELLA GONZALEZ March 21, 2021
"Raya and the Last Dragon" doesn’t feel like a typical Disney princess movie for all the right reasons, like intense fight choreography instead of musical numbers.
The entrance to the Broadway theatre called the Music Box Theatre

Broadway Is (Almost) Back in Business

By KELLY LANDES March 18, 2021
Gov. Cuomo announced the reopening of select Broadway venues for live performances at limited capacity starting April 2.
graphic illustration of a Harry Potter book, a phone on TikTok, and a script for shifting

Your Favorite Worlds Could Be a Dimension Away

By HANNAH KASKO March 17, 2021
Fordham students share their opinions on the TikTok trend and science behind shifting to alternate realities.
a graphic illustration of Wanda and Vision, the main characters of WandaVision

‘WandaVision’ Shows a More Mystical Side of Marvel

By CHRISTIAN MADLANSACAY March 14, 2021
Hopeful that Phase Four of the MCU would start off very strong, I watched all of the episodes of “WandaVision,” and was not disappointed.
Steven Yuen, who plays Jacob in Minari

‘Minari’ Will Leave You Crying Over a Bunch of Produce

By POLINA UZORNIKOVA March 7, 2021
The new Lee Issac Chung film “Minari” gracefully proves that immigrant stories don't have to end in trauma porn.
students waiting in line at CAB's Winter Market

CAB’s Winter Market Celebrates Black History Month

By ALYSSA DAUGHDRILL March 6, 2021
On Thursday, Feb. 25, Fordham CAB held its Winter Market on the outdoor plaza, featuring Black-owned businesses.
a screenshot of the Aces performing at Fordhams Winterfest

The Aces Perform at First Hybrid Winterfest Concert

By MARIELLE SARMIENTO February 28, 2021
A virtual Winterfest concert featured The Aces, an all-girl indie pop band from Utah that was chosen by a survey of Lincoln Center students.
title screen for Stove's show titled

‘Stonks’ After Dark — Stove’s Satisfies

By WARREN CHRISTOPHER GREEN February 28, 2021
From Reddit users putting it all on GameStop to Fordham’s comedy club taking their ‘stonks’ to the moon, the market is open.
Illustration of a Golden Globe Award

The Problematic Nature of the 78th Golden Globe Awards

By ISABELLA GONZALEZ February 26, 2021
The Golden Globes have once again let fans down as nominations lack diversity along with a whole host of concerns.
A black background with a faded photo of Kyan Hijazi. In the top right corner it reads

Rock Star Rams: The Adjacents Drop New Single

By ROSALINE STOYKOV February 25, 2021
The duo's new song, "Sell My Soul," is a melancholic love song about sacrificing oneself to stay in a toxic relationship.
five student attendees of the Black History Month paining event hold up their artworks

FLC’s Black History Month Committee Holds Hybrid Painting Event

By ALYSSA DAUGHDRILL February 24, 2021
Fordham’s Black History Month Committee celebrated the month by hosting a paint night both virtually and in-person.
Antonio Garcia stands with his art display in a subway station

Artist Antonio Garcia on Capitalism, Self-Discovery and Staying Sane During COVID-19

By AIDAN LANE February 20, 2021
The New York City artist explains how life, before and during the pandemic, has influenced the way he creates art.