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College Talk with Demigods

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.

Screening Big at the 48-Hour Film Festival

Screening Big at the 48-Hour Film Festival

December 4, 2019

The Fordham Filmmaking Club's biannual 48-hour film festival saw more films than ever before and expected to continue its growth.

Fordham Alum to Play the King of Pop in New Musical

Fordham Alum to Play the King of Pop in New Musical

November 22, 2019

Ephraim Sykes, FCLC '10, will play Michael Jackson in a musical set to open on Broadway in July.

Chamber Singers Perform Broadway Tunes with a Twist

Chamber Singers Perform Broadway Tunes with a Twist

November 21, 2019

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

Bringing Something New to the (Thanksgiving) Table

Bringing Something New to the (Thanksgiving) Table

November 14, 2019

Whether you are looking for healthier alternatives to home-cooked comfort foods or a few new recipes for your holiday leftovers, here are six new takes on your favorite fall flavors.

Ailey Students Dance in Christmas Spectacular

Ailey Students Dance in Christmas Spectacular

November 13, 2019

Maya Addie, FCLC ‘21, and other Fordham-Ailey dancers are featured in Radio City Music Hall’s Christmas Spectacular from Nov. 8 to Jan. 5.

‘Pippin’ Makes Dying and Climbing Look Easy

‘Pippin’ Makes Dying and Climbing Look Easy

November 13, 2019

Fordham’s Splinter Group is currently learning how to "die” and how to "climb” for their upcoming performance of “Pippin” later this November.

Drag Show: Anything but a Drag

Drag Show: Anything but a Drag

November 13, 2019

The Rainbow Alliance and Fashion for Philanthropy's drag show was a night full of art and self-expression by student queens and kings.

Women’s March Posters Scream to be Seen

Women’s March Posters Scream to be Seen

November 13, 2019

Poster House is now showing “20/20 Insight: Posters from the 2017 Women’s March” — an exhibit that combines posters, feminism and art to convey the feelings of Americans with respect to the Trump presidency.

Cigarettes After Sex Will Make You ‘Cry’

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.

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

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.

Student Artists Investigate Brokenness in The Comma’s The Fragment

Student Artists Investigate Brokenness in The Comma’s The Fragment

November 13, 2019

The Comma, Fordham Lincoln Center’s creative writing publication, explored the theme of brokenness through words, art and more in its interdisciplinary art show, Fragment.