Poets Out Loud kicked off their 2014-2015 reading series with two distinguished poets, Jill Bialosky and Kimberly Johnson.
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“It is hard for this country to deal with the issue of slavery,” Danny Glover, actor, director, producer and United Nations Goodwill Ambassador, said.
Entitled “A Season of Imagining Post-War”, the 2014-2015 Fordham Theatre Mainstage season will explore what happens when the war is over.
When I was a kid I used to have dreams about flying pretty frequently. Once every two weeks, probably.
This fall, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) has its eyes on many of New York’s new art exhibitions, as museums go out-with-the-old and in-with-the-new. Displays range from El Greco’s Spanish Renaissance paintings to contemporary fashion staples.
Flick of The Week, a new weekly series, combs through Netflix Instant and offers a single film worthy of your attention. This week's flick: "Rosemary's Baby."
On Tuesday, April 29, 2014, Mary Higgins Clark, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’79, spoke to students in Professor of English Mary Bly’s Publishing: Theory and Practice class. Clark led a discussion on her works as a whole as well as signing copies of her 1975 best-seller “Where Are The Children?”
This summer, three classes of Fordham students are studying abroad in Rome. After a brief hiatus, the classes will be held for the sixth year. Students of all Fordham campuses, grade levels and Italian mastery are taking advantage of this summer experience in a cultural city.
Beginning fall 2014, students will have the option of picking from three Introduction to Art History courses at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) and Fordham College at Rose Hill (FCRH). Each of these three courses will cover three different regions of the world: Europe, the Americas and Asia.
Award-winning poets Vievee Francis and Tracy K. Smith read excerpts from and signed copies of their books of poetry at Fordham University.