Arts/Culture

The Meadows Closes Out Festival Season

By BESSIE RUBINSTEIN Asst. Arts & Culture Editor As the crowd packed into Citi Field in Queens, you could almost swear it was still summer. Glitter, space...

Is Social Media Taking the Experience out of New York Fashion Week?

By ANDRONIKA ZIMMERMAN Social Media Editor The once glitzy and glamorous New York Fashion Week used to be the bi-annual hub of New York City with...

My First Night at the Brooklyn Bridge

By MARIELLE SARMIENTO Contributing Writer The energy in the Plaza felt like an arena before a concert. Orientation leaders (OLs) were stationed across the grass, holding...

A Trip to the Guggenheim

By COURTNEY BROGLE Staff Writer The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum hosts a wide variety of unique art pieces that spark exploration into modern artistic endeavors and...

An Ambitious Summer With Stove’s Cabin Crew

By KEVIN CHRISTOPHER ROBLES Contributing Writer When Chandler Dean, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’18, was in elementary school, he fell in love with “The...

“American Horror Story: Cult” Episode 3 Recap

By SAM DEASSIS Arts & Culture Editor This season is certainly starting off to be very action packed. Between the crazy neighbors, the creepy nanny, the...

Last Minute Emmy Nominations Buzz

By LINDSAY JORGENSEN Asst. Arts & Culture Editor With the fall semester at Fordham Lincoln Center (FLC) underway and students focused and working hard, the Emmy...

“IT” Brings a Genuine Horror Story Back to Theaters

By MARYANNA ANTOLDI         Arts & Culture Editor In 1986, legendary horror writer Stephen King released his 18th novel, “IT”, a whopping 1200-page thriller following a...

Spring into September with These Arts Events

Word on the street is that this fall will bring plenty of exciting events to NYC. For those who don’t have the time to...

“Game of Thrones” Preserves Its Reign

By MARYANNA ANTOLDI Arts & Culture Editor Quite possibly the hottest show of the summer was the newest season of HBO’s fantasy series “Game of Thrones.”...