Arts/Culture

Miriam Miller: Balancing School and the Stage

By JENNA BATTAGLIA Staff Writer Miriam Miller is about to embark on her second spring season with the New York City Ballet. At age 19, Miller is...

Hyman Steps into Stardom at Ailey II

By LAUREN PAGANO Staff Writer Ailey II has been revered by many as “The Next Generation of Dance.” From Germany to Hawaii, everyone seems to agree...

“Picture This!” Contest Opens for Fordham Students

B: MARYANNA ANTOLDI Arts & Culture Co-Editor With the annual Campus MovieFest (CMF) taking over Fordham for the remainder of April, students are eagerly beginning to...

It’s Time to Create Again for Campus MovieFest

By LINDSAY JORGENSEN Staff Writer Campus MovieFest (CMF) the world’s largest student film festival, is coming to Fordham for its ninth year! Whether filmmaking is a...

Fordham Students Excel at ARS Nova Showcase

By COURTNEY BROGLE Staff Writer On April 6, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) presented its annual ARS Nova Arts and Research Showcase, where dozens of...

Mia Raye Smith Performs One Woman Play at Fordham College at Rose Hill

By GEORGE HORIHAN Contributing Writer On Friday, April 7 in the McGinley Center at Fordham College at Rose Hill (FCRH), actor Mia Raye Smith put on...

The “Shady Ladies” Across the Park

By Celeste Azzi Contributing Writer Art, unlike any other artistic form, is able to capture and preserve the legacies of those who once were thought to...

Take a Look at Broadway’s Latest Shows

It is finally spring, and with the season typically comes warmer weather, blooming flowers and a brand new batch of Broadway shows.

Banitt Thrives in Theatre Arts Administration Major

Maya Banitt, Fordham College of Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’19, is currently completing a degree in Theatre Arts Administration. If this major sounds unfamiliar, that’s because it should—Banitt designed it herself.

“The Zookeeper’s Wife” Falls Flat

Rousing historical dramas don’t usually come to theaters this early in the year. They tend to grab November releases in order to garner attention as awards season begins.