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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.


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NEW YORK FEMINIST FILM WEEK March 7-12 The co-founders of WOMAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA (, 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 »

Connect Your Students to the NBCUniversal Page Program!

The NBCUniversal Page Program recruits large classes of Pages each quarter, and we are looking to establish better relationships with campus career centers and on-campus organizations / clubs. We hope that you can help us directly connect to future candidates for the program. Our current application is now live for the class of Pages who will start on May 30th,… Read more »

Profession Confessions – Fordham Parent Professionals Reveal Secrets of their Fields

Profession Confessions – Fordham Parent Professionals Reveal Secrets of their Fields Thursday, February 2, 2017 | 6 – 8 p.m. 12th-Floor Lounge | Lowenstein Center | Lincoln Center Campus Complimentary Ram Van passes will be provided to Rose Hill students who RSVP through CareerLink. Join us for an honest conversation on careers with Fordham parents. Hear how their personal career paths… Read more »

pecial Event 2/16: Screening of The Revolution Won’t be Televised (2016) and Q&A with director Rama Thiaw

On February 16, Rama Thiaw will be at Fordham to present her award-winning documentary, The Revolution Won’t be Televised (2016), on the movement Y’en a Marre that gained momentum during the 2011 presidential elections in Senegal. The free screening will be followed by a Q&A with Rama Thiaw. All details can be found in the flyer included below.

Undergraduate Scholarships Now Open for Submissions

The Communication and Media Studies department offers students a limited number of scholarships, and encourages them to seek out additional scholarship opportunities. They are now open for submissions! You have three options below; Edward A. Walsh Scholarship The Herbert A. Robinson Award in Creative Writing The Thomas Kavanaugh Scholarship

Sophomore Major Declaration Sessions for Rose Hill Students

ROSE HILL STUDENTS! As we have too many students coming in to declare right now to have individual meetings, I will have group sessions starting the week of Jan 23, 2017 to take declarations and explain our new undergraduate program. We have tried to schedule these sessions on different days of the week and at times when we think students… Read more »