Arts/Culture

(You Don’t Have To) Put a Ring On It

“I always hated it when my heroines got married,” Rebecca Traister begins in her thorough new book, “All the Single Ladies: Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation.”

Splinter’s Spring Bee: Latest Musical Wins Over Audience in Pope

On March 11, Lincoln Center’s Splinter Group performed their 2016 spring musical, “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.”

“Night Late,” the New Late Night at the UCB

A team of UCB comedy writers put together a 45 minute spoof of popular late night talk shows titled “Night Late.”

Curtain Up on Broadway’s Spring Season

As spring blossoms, the curtain rises on Broadway’s preview and premiere season. While enjoying the warmer weather, make your way to some of the most anticipated new shows in town.

Film Focus: Spotlight on Women for Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History month and what better way to celebrate than kicking back and watching classics with female leads and directors . The Fordham Observer is sharing some of our favorites.

A Brazilian Novelist on the Run

A round woman bearing a cigar and a suitcase climbs up an almond tree and promptly disappears. This is the premise for Idra Novey’s debut novel, “Ways to Disappear.”

“Callaloo”: The Dish and The Book

One alumna’s mission to share her Caribbean heritage with the next generation, one folktale at a time.

James B. Donovan, Bridge Builder Then and Now

James B. Donovan is one of America’s unsung heroes, a lawyer who prosecuted German criminals at the Nuremberg Trials in 1945, defended and saved the life of a known Soviet spy and negotiated a prisoner exchange with Cuba.

RestauranTOURISTS: Ramen Noodle Edition

The Arts & Culture editors set out to find the best ramen noodle in Hell's Kitchen.

Bridging the Gap Between Gangsta and Gangster

What’s the difference between gangster films and gangsta rap?