Arts/Culture

Fordham’s neighbor is hosting its own musical soiree, “Songs of Hope: Broadway Goes to Church” for one night only, just in time for a relaxing break before finals.

A loud noise and flashing lights scare the audience straight into their seats. The room goes dark and quiet, building suspense.

Fordham's Got Talent! allowed several FCLC students to showcase their talents and compete for monetary prizes at the April 14 event.

Imagine wanting to be someone else because you don’t seem to live life to the fullest. You just diligently do what you’re supposed to do, and you’re in a relationship that is of mere complacency.

During the week of April 18, several free nightly activities will be held at the David Rubenstein Atrium.

The exhibits will alternate every week and a half to allow each aspiring artist to present their creations to the students at Fordham College Lincoln Center (FCLC).

Temporarily, stressed students or art enthusiasts can view Edvard Munch’s “The Scream,” in which a figure is permanently in a state of existential dread.

Founded by Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff in the wake of 9/11, the Tribeca Film Festival is New York City’s most popular film event of the year.

There is only one thing standing between students and the theatre—money.

This semester, while many students at Fordham College Lincoln Center (FCLC) were busy planning their spring break vacations, Wan'ting (Lucia) Zhou, FCLC ‘19, was engrossed in planning a different sort of event—a student-led concert to reduce stigmas for mental disorders.