On this week's Fordham Conversations, Host Rob Palazzolo discusses the ethics of controversial end-of-life issues with Doctor Charles Camosy.
This week, Chris Williams finds out more about things that scare us and why they scare us.
On this week's Fordham Conversations we're peeking behind the curtain and looking into the life of theatre.
This week we discuss how designs and development can be done in an environmental way-- while still fulfilling our present and future demands.
Born nearly 450 years ago, Shakespeare is arguably one of the most widely read and recognized playwrights of all time. From tragedies like Hamlet and Macbeth to comedies like Much Ado About Nothing—Shakespeare’s works are still alive and thriving.
Fordham Conversations host Robin Shannon talks to Fordham Professor and Shakespeare scholar Mary Bly about share her thoughts on Shakespeare’s legacy, and what students think about his work.
There are over 80,000 people in the FBI’s missing persons file. For some, the methods of finding a lost loved one are as mysterious as their disappearances.
What can the autobiography of an 18th century ex-slave teach us about self-reliance?
This week Chris Williams talks to people who, in one way or another, have gone back to college.
This week, we're talking about comedy with members of Fordham Experimental Theater. Ryan Creamer, Amanda Pell, and Jeff Sharkey tell us what it's like to perform comedy, what makes them laugh, and their different styles. Several FET students produced a comedy show "Do You Get It?" that's currently airing on the Manhattan Neighborhood Network.