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Phony Ppl opened for another band, Rise, at a Feb. 8 concert at Webster Hall.

Brooklyn Band Phony Ppl Graces Webster Hall

February 11, 2020

The funk band played a lively concert to an audience old and young.

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.

While rats may reign as New York's rodent rulers, Fordham researchers are working to help take back the city from their paws.

Fordham Research Repels NYC’s Rodents

October 16, 2019

With rat populations continuing to rise, concerns over the issue are growing in tandem with the infestation itself. However, several Fordham researchers are at the forefront of a scientific study aimed to control the issue.

Sleepwalkers recently played Brooklyn's Rough Trade and hope to return to the city soon.

Sleepwalkers Anything But Sleepy with Electrifying Show at Rough Trade

July 29, 2019

The band aims to revitalize the pop genre and awaken positivity in its listeners.

Native Sun used music to tell the story of an immigrant at a recent benefit concert for RAICES.

Rock and RAICES

July 19, 2019

Native Sun, Stuyedeyed and Superbloom headlined a benefit concert to raise money for refugee aid.

Balthazar recently appeared at Baby's All Right in Brooklyn fresh off the release of their new record,

Summer Sounds: Belgian Band Balthazar

June 18, 2019

Indie-pop band Balthazar recently ended a U.S. tour with a sold-out show in Brooklyn and is ready to take the American music scene by storm.

“Stars in the Night” Comes to NYC

September 12, 2018

By MORGAN STEWARD Editor-in-Chief Emerita “Please be advised: this show will have you on the move!...

A special screening of Moonrise Kingdom is shown at a theater. (PHOTO COURTESY OF STEVE RHODES VIA FLICKR)

Film Focus: Young Love For Valentine’s Day

February 13, 2016

By LIAM HABER  Contributing Writer With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, here are some suggestions ...

Wolfe, rocking his “Box Logo” tee.
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For Sophomore Brian Wolfe, There Are No Rules and No Limits

February 11, 2015

By YIANA MATTHEWSStaff WriterPublished: February 11, 2015 When I first meet Brian Wolfe, Fordham C...

Navigating Without A Map

February 11, 2015

By MEREDITH SUMMERSLiterary Co-Editor & Copy EditorPublished: February 11, 2015 Hello, my name is Meredith Summers and I have a Type A personality. There. I said it. I have been trying to pretend for my whole life that I’m Type B, but I just can’t hide it anymore. Being a Type A person, I am all about maps. When I...

“The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk”

October 25, 2013

By KARA JAGDEO Asst. Arts and Culture Co-Editor Published: October 25, 2013 French fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier is bringing his extravagant world over...

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Neighborhood Stereotypes Are Important to Acknowledge

October 17, 2013

By MARIA FISCHER Opinions Editor Published: October 16, 2013 For anyone who resides in the famous Brooklyn neighborhood, simply saying “I’m from Williamsb...