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Fellowships for Grad Study in the UK – Info Session 4/19

Marshall Scholarship Info Sessions Wednesday, April 19, 2017 Rose Hill Campus: Dealy 101 @ 3:00PM Lincoln Center Campus: Lowenstein 524 @ 5:30PM Marshall Scholarships finance young Americans of high ability to study for a graduate degree at any eligible university in the United Kingdom. Each year, up to forty Scholars are selected for the program, which is available to students… Read more »

CNBC Workshops at the 2017 AAJA, NABJ, and NAHJ Conventions

This summer, CNBC is hosting two business journalism workshops at the 2017 Journalist Conventions. The Business News Associate Workshop is designed for entry-level journalists and will take place at the 2017 AAJA and NAHJ National Conventions. The Business Reporting Workshop is designed for on-air reporters and multimedia journalists with 3-5 years of professional experience and will take place at the… Read more »

Fordham Russian Forum screens a short film!

The Fordham Russian Forum are screening a short film with documentary filmmaker Maksim Pozdorovkin (Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer). His new short film Our New President is a mash up of hilarious and intriguing clips about Trump in Russian state and social media (with English subtitles). They will screen the film, conduct a short interview and then open to q &… Read more »

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CALLING ASPIRING MEDIA ACTIVISTS! We’re writing to let you know about a wonderful new opportunity, DAMAS: Diversity and Media Activism Summer at Brooklyn College. Held in July, 2017 at the Feirstein School of Cinema inside Brooklyn’s Steiner Studios complex, Brooklyn College will offer a month-long summer intensive media and activism undergraduate program where students gain access to contributing their voices to the… Read more »

IIHA Student Organizing Meeting–March 7th @ 6pm

The Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs has recently moved their headquarters to Fordham’s Rose Hill Campus. We are looking for undergraduate students who are interested in international and humanitarian affairs, politics, economics and current events to join our student-run group! With this group, students will have the opportunity to plan campus-wide events and engage with alumni and faculty working around the world and… Read more »

Call for Video Entries: PLURAL+ Youth Video Festival 2017

Call for Video Entries: PLURAL+ Youth Video Festival 2017 videos focusing on the PLURAL+ themes of migration, diversity and social inclusion DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: 4 JUNE 2017 Submit your video through the online entry form and see the instructions on the PLURAL+ website. The United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) invite youth from… Read more »

CMS Info Session @ Lincoln Center on 2/23/17! All students welcomed.

NEW YORK FEMINIST FILM WEEK, March 7-12

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NEW YORK FEMINIST FILM WEEK March 7-12 The co-founders of WOMAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA (from5to7.com), a global platform committed to increasing the visibility of trans/cis women and all genderqueer/trans people, present the first NEW YORK FEMINIST FILM WEEK. Taking intersectional and transnational feminist approaches to interrogating cultural constructions of gender, sex, race, and class, our program aims to foster… Read more »

Polish Filmmaker Andrzej Wajda Tribute and Film Comment Selects This February

Film Comment Selects, February 17–23 at the Film Society of Lincoln Center This annual festival continues to offer the kinds of films you won’t see anywhere else. The 17th edition includes a special presentation of Terrence Malick’s Voyage of Time in Ultra-widescreen 3.6, the U.S. premiere of Cannes prizewinner Harmonium, a Paul Newman–directed short, and much more! Student discount–tickets just… Read more »

Lynne Sachs: Screening and Discussion (Feb 9)

Investigation of a Flame On May 17, 1968 nine Vietnam War protesters (including former FCLC prof Daniel Berrigan, SJ 1921-2016) walked into a Catonsville, Maryland draft board office, grabbed hundreds of selective service records and burned them with homemade napalm. “Investigation of a Flame” is an intimate, experimental documentary portrait of the Catonsville Nine, this disparate band of resisters who… Read more »