Arts/Culture

“Black Mirror” Reflects A Dark Reality

Sometimes, when it comes to college life, an escape from reality is necessary.

Adam Frank Brings Science to “Doctor Strange”

Over the past few years, Marvel Studios has released some of the most popular films in box office history.

BFA Students Join Alvin Ailey in Production of “Memoria”

For many dancers, taking the New York City stage is a milestone, an accomplishment of the crème de la crème.

Lady Gaga’s “Joanne” Hits the Charts

You know the songs, you know the hooks, but do you know the woman behind them? This is the overarching theme of Lady Gaga’s newest album, “Joanne,” a production which is much less a compilation of emotions but rather, a journey to revelation.

Conan Heads to Alvin Ailey

A few lucky Ailey/Fordham BFA students were in for a treat when late-night talk show host Conan O’Brien took over one of their Ailey dance classes.

Jazz at Lincoln Center partners up with Fordham

Just a block away from Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus lies an incredible resource that only a few students know about.

Lady Gaga’s “Joanne” Hits the Charts

“Just Dance.” “Poker Face.” “Bad Romance.” “Born This Way.” You know the songs, you know the hooks, but do you know the woman behind them?

Paramour: A Show-Stopper or a Show that Needs to Stop?

This year, Cirque du Soleil has its turn to occupy a spot in the Theater District, opening its first New York show titled "Paramour."

Presidential Posters Take Over Ildiko Butler Gallery

The political themes of the Ildiko Butler Gallery’s current exhibition are no coincidence.

Hallberg sets the “City on Fire” with First Novel

There is a moment every student experiences at least once or twice: that thrilling, yet somewhat uncomfortable transition from calling their professors “Professor (insert last name)” to calling them by their first names.