MAC-NIFICENT: TOP’s bloody tragedy ends year on high note

Outdoor theater is hard, especially on Keating steps. Planes constantly fly overhead, and conversations from Eddies float through the wind. All of which makes the Theatrical Outreach Program (TOP) alfresco production of Macbeth even more impressive. The cast and creative team is strong as always, but the outdoor setting gives an extra, palpable element to the play. […]

FANTASTIC FLAVA: Hip-hop dancers wow at spring showcase

On Sunday night, the Rose Hill Gym dropped that bass. Fordham Flava, Rose Hill’s resident hip-hop dance group, lit up the gym with their spring showcase “The Dark Side.” The event showed off their fancy footwork, and gave a spotlight to some great guest artists. The opening dance, “The Dark,” featured acrobatic footwork and a […]

NOT MONKEYING AROUND: Mimes ‘Inherit’ scary and powerful

The herd mentality has never been so scary. One of the many notable aspects of the Mimes and Mummers’ production of Inherit the Wind is the large ensemble cast of townspeople who act as a Greek chorus commenting on the play’s events. This Bible Belt band is scarily effective whether booing people they disagree with or breaking […]

TWENTY ONE PILOTS to headline Spring Weekend Concert 2015

Twenty One Pilots, an electronic, poetry-based musical duo from Columbus, Ohio, will headline this year’s Spring Weekend concert on Saturday, April 25, CAB announced Tuesday afternoon. Tyler Joseph (lead vocalist) and Josh Dun (drums) formed the band in 2011. (Two members had dropped out after starting the band with Joseph in 2009.) The pair put out two self-released […]

SO-SO SENECA: FET show falls flat

The Reallotment of Seneca Nation will be performed Friday, April 10 at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. and Saturday, April 11 at 8 p.m. Reallotment could’ve used a few more rewrites! Though The Reallotment of Seneca Nation scores some laughs thanks to a talented cast, the plot is too busy for the audience to get fully invested […]

HONY founder: ‘It’s more important to be different’

Here is @humansofny, in the flesh, at #Fordham. (photo: @FordhamCAB) #FSW15 — Fordham Daily (@FordhamDaily) April 23, 2015 The humans of Fordham University finally met the founder of Humans of New York. Speaking to about 1,400 students who crowded the Lombardi Fieldhouse on Thursday night, Brandon Stanton, whose blog in which he talks to people on […]

Fordham Daily to partner with Lincoln Center’s Observer

Tyler Martins, FCLC ’15 and editor-in-chief of The Fordham Observer, and Connor Ryan, FCRH ’15 and founder of Fordham Daily, have announced that the two campus news organizations will be joining forces for the remainder of the spring semester. The partnership, which is effective immediately, will maximize campus readership for both organizations by broadening content […]

LET THEM IN! Collins will get an elevator by 2019: admin

Following years of fierce student advocacy and stalled developments blamed on budgetary constraints, school officials said Collins Hall — the home to Rose Hill’s theater groups and Philosophy Department, and one of the few spaces on campus inaccessible to those who are handicapped — will finally be getting an elevator. The project will cost about $4 million and […]