Arts & Culture

A Fordham Professor’s Odyssey of Empowerment

by GILLIAN RUSSO Contributing WriterSelf-proclaimed as “artist-driven and radically inclusive,” the Public Theater has long been known for its unique array of performance pieces that...

Celebrate Women’s History Month in NYC

By MARIELLE SARMIENTO Asst. Arts & Culture EditorIt’s only three months into 2018, and women are already making strides in activism across the country, from...

No Met? No Problem!

By GILLIAN RUSSO Contributing WriterLocated just across Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art has long been an ideal place to spend an afternoon, for...

Fordham/Ailey Alum Says “Hello, Dolly!”

By CAT REYNOLDS Contributing WriterThe joyful, iconic number “Put On Your Sunday Clothes” ignites a tangible energy that hums across the audience of the 2017...

Oscars Obsession: A Movie Marathon

By PERI ROHL Contributing WriterAs the 90th Academy Awards quickly approaches, movie buffs are flocking to theaters to see all the nominated flicks. This year’s...

What’s Marvel’s Real Secret for Success?

By MARYANNA ANTOLDI Arts Editor EmeritaFor nearly 10 years, Marvel Studios has handed fans some of the most successful superhero movies to date. Each film...

Students #GetReel About Living for Others

By JULIANNE HOLMQUIST Contributing WriterIgnatian Week at Fordham University creatively celebrated the Jesuit tradition of selflessness and concern for the world outside oneself through a...

Streaming Live: What’s New On Netflix

By COURTNEY BROGLE Staff WriterOver the last several months, there has been quite a stir in the streaming-sphere about the changes in show availability on...

The Secrets of Sled Dogs Revealed

By ETHAN SHEA Staff WriterAs winter continues to bring cold weather and snow to the city, we are reminded of the faraway Alaskan tradition of...

S.A.D. Movies for Singles

By KEVIN CHRISTOPHER ROBLES Asst. Arts & Culture EditorAs Singles Awareness Day (S.A.D.) approaches, it becomes important to remember the flip side of Valentine’s Day....