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‘Frontier Gandhi’ Aims to Expand the Frontiers of Western Thought

‘Frontier Gandhi’ Aims to Expand the Frontiers of Western Thought

November 13, 2019

In a talk at Fordham, Teri McLuhan discussed her documentary about Badshah Khan, a Pashtun independence activist who created an army of nonviolent protesters called the Khudai Khidmatgars.

Getting Down to the Nitty Gritty with Ali Barter

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.

Professor Destigmatizes Disorders Through Performance Art

Professor Destigmatizes Disorders Through Performance Art

November 7, 2019

Science professor Stephanie Rogers produces "A Lot on the Mind," a series that tells the stories of people with neurological disorders.

The Month of MoMA: Art Museum Opens Anew

The Month of MoMA: Art Museum Opens Anew

November 6, 2019

Learn more about the changes made in MoMA's major renovation, and look inside one of its interactive exhibits made to engage all the senses with art.

Six Nights of Punk Rock in a Reimagined ‘Twelfth Night’

Six Nights of Punk Rock in a Reimagined ‘Twelfth Night’

October 30, 2019

Fordham Theatre incorporates original punk rock music to explore gender and sexuality in its upcoming adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.”

How to “Makeup” a Costume

How to “Makeup” a Costume

October 30, 2019

Halloween is the perfect time to experiment with your makeup looks. Need some guidance on what to do? Try out these four looks that range from Maddy from “Euphoria” to the Joker.

Spooktacular Halloween Events in the City

Spooktacular Halloween Events in the City

October 30, 2019

Figuring out what to do for Halloween can be a daunting task in New York City. Here are a few different Halloween events in the city to check out.

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.

Student Creatives Lead Studio Shows

Student Creatives Lead Studio Shows

October 30, 2019

This studio season features eight different shows, each one either written or directed by a Fordham student.

Science Department Chair Releases Debut Novel

Science Department Chair Releases Debut Novel

October 30, 2019

Natural Sciences Department Chair Dr. Jason Morris, Ph.D., recently hosted a talk on the release of his debut novel, “Thicker than Mud,” a project 20 years in the making.

Dance Elsewhere: The Power of a Boycott

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.

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

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...