“B.F.F.s” is a short film following the trials and tribulations of young adults in love and friendship.
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It is the first time that an exhibition this complete on futurism, knoqn as “Italian Futurism, 1909-1944: Reconstructing the Universe,” has been displayed in the United States. With about 400 pieces by 80 artists, this exhibit, which opened at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum on Feb. 21, has already achieved global success.
Professor Clarence Ball, lecturer at the Gabelli School of Business, who teaches business communications recently won an Emmy for the documentary he produced, “Looking Over Jordan: African Americans and the War,” a film that details the African-American experience in the South before, during and after the Civil War.
“After Midnight” opened in November just a few blocks from Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC). But there is also a familiar name performing with stars like KD Lang and Dulé Hill; Fordham alumna Taeler Elyse Cyrus, FCLC ’08, is making her debut on Broadway.
The heart of the artichoke is the flower that hasn’t unfolded yet. Something that chokes is at its heart, something terrified of its own potential. Something that would prefer to remain curled up and dormant rather than show its face to the harsh bright world. Artichoke: the coward vegetable.
On Monday, Feb. 24, Fordham College at Lincoln Center's (FCLC) Center on Religion and Culture and the Fordham Theatre Program hosted a panel discussion entitled “Is Empathy Enough? Racial Justice and the Moral Imagination in the 21st Century.”
“Savage in Limbo” opens Monday, Feb. 24 in the Veronica Lally Kehoe Studio Theatre at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC).
Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) tudents who are interested in comic books and graphic design will soon have an outlet to celebrate and share their passion.
On Thursday, Feb. 13, Poets Out Loud will hold a night of poetry and songs that will make you wonder why you didn’t start reading poetry years ago.
“We Are Proud to Present a Presentation About the Herero of Namibia, Formerly Known as South West Africa, From the German Sudwestafrika, Between the Years 1884-1915,” Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) newest mainstage production to debut Wednesday, Feb. 19, “will be like nothing you’ve ever seen, I can guarantee you,” Winter Dunn, FCLC’14 and an actress in the play, said.