Arts/Culture

Artist Matthew Bakkom's exhibit features 52 enlarged square images of old art history slides from St. Cloud State University—the exhibit's title is based off of one of the paintings in the collection.

Emily Stone, FCLC '16, received a travel grant thanks to the financial support of Ildiko and Gilbert Butler to the visual arts department, to photograph her journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway.

Each semester Fordham’s visual arts department puts together a student film festival to showcase films that students have been working on in their film classes. The Fordham film festival is a free event for all faculty, staff and students.

Winnie Berger, FCLC '14, founded Mook Dance Company that's composed of alumni and current Fordham students—she hopes to make it an official non-profit organization.

Wearing a sharp suit and a large smile, Charles M. Blow had spent no more than five minutes in the 12th floor lounge of Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) before beginning to sign copies of his memoir, “Fire Shut Up in My Bones.”

Stove's Cabin, Fordham at Lincoln Center's comedy club, will be performing sketches and standup for the first time in Pope Auditorium as a response to a growing audience.

On Nov. 26, I went to a taping of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” at the Ed Sullivan Theater.

If you stay on campus or commute to school on Thanksgiving Day, you wouldn't be able to miss the parade if you tried.

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.