FET’s A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM is an experimental treat

Fordham Daily says: Go see it! FET’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream Feb. 19-21 at 8 pm in the Blackbox, 6 & 9 pm on Feb. 20 Who knew Shakespeare would be a good fit for FET? Fordham Experimental Theater’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream doesn’t do anything radically different to the Bard’s great comedy, […]

HAPPY FEET! Dance marathon raises over $41k for cancer research

Fordham students turned dancing feet into dollar signs — for 12 hours straight — this weekend. The second annual Fordham Dance Marathon, which lasted all day Saturday (literally, 11 am to 11 pm), raised over $41,000 for cancer research — more than $10,000 more than last year’s impressive total. The money went toward the B+ […]

Toxic cleanup, sepsis — and Italian cheese — found at Fordham subway

Yikes! As part of a study on subway bacteria, researchers identified 49 unique types of bacteria in the Fordham Rd subway station, which services the B and D lines — and is a busy transit hub for Rose Hill students. The Weill Cornell Medical Center swabbed the bench and a MetroCard vending machine at the Fordham Rd subway […]

FLIP FLOPPERS! Students grumble as admin waffles on closure

Is campus closed? Is it opening late? What’s going on? Those were the questions many were asking as Public Safety sent students mixed signals and struggled to decide whether to close campus on Monday as snow and ice blanketed New York City. Public Safety told students on Sunday night that the Rose Hill and Lincoln […]

From Old English to O’Hare: The busy ministry of Fr. Martin Chase

Given that Fordham professor Martin Chase, S.J., focuses on medieval studies in his scholarly work, it is fitting that he came to the Bronx by way of Denmark. Though American-born, Fr. Chase was teaching at a Jesuit secondary school in the northern European country when the religious order shut down the school in 1999. He wanted […]

Campus fave Fr. Phil to students: Work hard, play harder

Like any good Italian boy, Rev. Phillip A. Florio, S.J., assistant vice president of Mission and Ministry, began his “Fordham Bucket List” event with wisdom he learned from his grandmother: “Make sure you eat, go to church and stay off the crack.” Following in the footsteps of Fordham President Fr. McShane, who gave his CAB-sponsored […]

TOP’s Twelfth Night: When Shakespeare meets glamour

Fordham’s Theatrical Outreach Program (TOP) is capping of the fall theater season with a buoyant production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, designed with great attention to period detail and brought to life by a top-drawer cast.

POPE DOPE! Campus Ministry steams at Francis cutout theft

The McGinley Center’s cardboard cutout of Pope Francis, which has been displayed in front of the Campus Ministry office since the beginning of the school year, was stolen over Thanksgiving break, officials confirmed to Fordham Daily.