At first, living next to the circus seemed unreal. I would stare out my window, 18 stories above the circus in McKeon, trying to imagine what could be going on inside of the large blue tents.

On Thursday, Nov. 19, the Ailey/Fordham BFA Program will put on its second consecutive day of their annual Fall Concert. The show will present the works of choreographers Cheryl Copeland, Amy Hall Garner, Tom Gold, Natalie Lomonte, Andre Tyson, Jae Man Joo and Alvin Ailey.

Isoke-Nilaja Cullins, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC '17) talks about what inspires her, what she hopes to achieve when sharing her art and what she advises for other art interns.

Experience a night in ancient Egypt, by way of The Met museum.

Robin Andersen's new book, “HBO’s Treme and the Story of the Storm: From New Orleans as Disaster Myth to Ground Breaking Television,” explores the influence of the media during disaster coverage and its role in how people react to these natural disasters.

Alvin Ailey artistic director, Robert Battle's new book, "My Story, My Dance" is available for purchase on

Denzel Washington Chair holder, JoAnne Akalaitis, is renowned for her directorial work in critically-acclaimed and even controversial shows in the theater.

"Bridge of Spies" tells the story of one of the greatest spy swaps in American history, which was made possible by renowned lawyer, James B. Donovan (FCRH '37).

Drew Jones is directing "Master Harold and The Boys," a play set during the 1950s apartheid in South Africa.

A review on Arthur Miller's play is about Italian-Americans getting involved with Sicilian immigrants who set out to live the American dream in 1950s Brooklyn, but love drama gets in the mix.