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Comma Call for Submissions

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“You are here.” This semester, The Comma, FCLC’s literary journal, is asking you, “Where is here?” For this issue, consider any or all of the following themes in any literary or art form (including but not limited to: fiction, nonfiction, poetry, photography, visual art, etc). Already completed work is also more than welcome. Where have you been? Where are you going? What… Read more »

Connect to the NBCUniversal Page Program! Apply for Cohort Opportunities!!!

The NBCUniversal Page Program recruits large classes of recent college graduates in both LA and NY each quarter. We are currently recruiting for our February 2018 cohort, and at the start of 2018, will be recruiting for our May cohort.  If you have students graduating in December, I would strongly advise them to consider applying to the Program now! Our… Read more »

The Casey A. Feldman Award Application is Open!

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The Casey A. Feldman Award This scholarship honors the memory of Casey Feldman, a Fordham senior and award-winning student journalist. Casey died at the age of 21 on July 17, 2009 after being hit by a distracted driver. This scholarship awards $3,000 to a student with financial need working at an unpaid internship in the spring semester. Applicants must be… Read more »

Internship Opportunity at Nike Communications!

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Nike Communications, a full-service luxury PR agency founded in 1984, is looking for Fall Interns for their Spirits, Wine, Travel and Real Estate and Digital Teams. About Nike Communications: We are story-tellers. From high-level feature stories in influential media to innovative programs, partnerships and events that drive conversation online, we devise clever strategies and create inspired content to reach the… Read more »

Apply today for Honors Seminar COMM 4000: Stardom and Celebrity Course

COMM 4000: Stardom and Celebrity (CMS Senior Honors Seminar) Prof. Margaret Schwartz: FCLC Prof. Jacqueline Reich: FCRH Thursdays, 5:45-8:30 pm APPLY TODAY – APPLICATION LINK In order to qualify for the seminar, you must: Be a CMS major with a Senior status and a major GPA of 3.5 (COMC, COMM, DTEM, FITV, JOUR). PCS students are encouraged to apply as… Read more »

The Innocents + Holy Motors (Oct 24)

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CinéSalon Double Feature The Innocents + Holy Motors Tue, Oct 24 Featuring a Q&A with cinematographer Caroline Champetier and a wine & beer reception after each film Special discount to see both films — details below! The Innocents 4pm, Florence Gould Hall Dir. Anne Fontaine, 2016. 115 min. Color. DCP. In French, Polish, Russian with English subtitles In this gripping… Read more »

Photo Scholar Mark Alice Durant reading Monday Oct 16 6:30pm in SL24L at FCLC

Visual Arts  presents a reading with Mark Alice Durant 27 Contexts An Anecdotal History in Photography Monday October 16 6:30 PM  in SL 24 L Mark Alice Durant is an artist and writer living in Baltimore. His essays have appeared in numerous journals such as Art in America, Aperture, Dear Dave, and Afterimage, and many catalogs, monographs and anthologies.  With… Read more »

Critical Language Scholarship

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Announcing an exciting opportunity offered by the Department of State’s Critical Language Scholarship, a fully funded, intensive, language and cultural summer immersion program! The fourteen languages offered by the CLS Program are: Arabic Azerbaijani Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Persian Punjabi Russian Swahili Turkish Urdu Most languages offered by the CLS Program do not require applicants to have any experience studying critical languages. Language… Read more »

Inaugural Fr. Miguel D’Escoto Memorial Lecture

In partnership with The Leitner Center for International Law and Justice, the Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs will host the Inaugural Fr. Miguel D’Escoto Memorial Lecture: “Spiritual Sources of Legal Creativity” on October 24 at 11 AM at Fordham University Law School, Room 3-03. In the 1980s, Maryknoll priest and Foreign Minister of Nicaragua Father Miguel D’Escoto was a lead advocate in… Read more »