WFUV's Erin McLaughlin speaks with Fordham Graduate Louis Papa. The Long Island resident is studying Arabic at the American University in Cairo and got to see firsthand the events that have been unfolding in Egypt.
As the Pelham Picture House prepares for it's March reopening Fordham Conversations revisits an earlier interview with its Executive Director Jennifer Christman and John Calvelli, the newly installed Board Chair. They discuss how this historic independent Westchester Movie Theater was saved from demolishment by a community of people who banded together.
Articles, books, blogs, and other internet postings are popping up in an attempt to understand 20-Somethings. Author and Clark University Professor, Dr. Jeffrey Arnett explores 20-something as a new developmental stage he calls “emerging adulthood." Then, Fordham Theology Professor Dr. Christine Firer Hinze and theology student Paul Schutz discuss the relationship Catholic 20-somethings have with the church.
Melissa Labonte went on a 10-day research trip to Sierra Leone. She came back with a shakedown survival story and a renewed distaste for the movie "Blood Diamond." Also, Sarah Gambito on the Kundiman Asian American Poetry Retreat, and how it all began. Influences include: Donald Trump.
Director of the Forum on Law, Culture and Society at Fordham Law Thane Rosenbaum speaks with Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer.
Less Than Rent Productions discusses their new, musical adaptation of Shakespeare's Richard III.
Ana Marie Forsythe is the Acting Director of The BFA Ailey School.
Heart attacks leave a mental mark: but how do we treat victims, if they won't seek help? Psychologist Rachel Annunziato found a way. Then later in the show, a look at heart trauma in the Charles Dickens classic, Great Expectations, with English professor Kathleen Urda.
Host Ben Allen speaks with two political experts about the candidates who are trying to make their case to voters ahead of election day. Steve Kornacki is the news editor for Salon.com and Fordham Alumni Christina Greer is an assistant professor of political science at Fordham University.