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CAB is the primary programming entity on the Rose Hill Campus. We bring you both small and large scale events to make your life at Fordham an exciting one. Our mission is to provide high quality social, cultural, educational and informational programming that appeals to all interests within the student community. CAB consists of 9 committees plus a General Board that each handles specific areas of programming to bring you the best variety of fun.
The American Age Lecture Series strives to embody the spirit of the Fordham community through programs that educate, stimulate, and enhance the college experience. In accordance with the Jesuit Traditions and University Mission, American Age will play an integral role in the intellectual development of the student body and seeks to bring the Fordham community together through a series of lectures, forums, and speakers of educational and social interest.
Cinevents is a committee committed to bringing movies to campus and the campus to movies. This is with twice weekly movies starting at 9PM (be sure to check the semester lineup on Facebook @ CAB Cinevents!) and excursions to current movies in theaters!
The CAB Comedy Committee is the sector of Campus Activities Board that puts on improvisational and stand-up comedian performances, as well as competitions and fun activities for students. All events are free and occur throughout the semester both on and off campus. Past events include the Rose Hill Code scavenger hunt, the Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Company Improv show, "Awkward Ramily Photo" photo booth series, and the annual Last Comic Standing student competition.
The Concert Committee aims to provide Fordham students with activities of social, educational, and cultural nature congruent with Jesuit ideals. The primary responsibility of the Concert Committee is to bring musical acts for CAB’s large programming weekends, specifically Spring Weekend. At anytime, the Concert Committee may co-sponsor an event with any other University organization.
Cultural Affairs aims to provide students access to the culture of New York City at an affordable and discounted cost. Cultural Affairs is responsible for programming monthly raffles where students can enter and win tickets to events throughout the city, including but not limited to, Broadway shows, sports games, and excursions to places such as the Ellis Island Immigration Museum.
The publicity chair creates and coordinates the marketing efforts of all of the committees with posters, t-shirts, and advertisements. The publicity chair is also responsible for maintaining CAB's social media channels on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and SnapChat.
Rodrigue’s is Fordham’s only student-run coffee house, located in historic Alumni House in between Queens Court and Alumni Court South. We are open Mondays through Thursdays from 10am-midnight, Fridays from 10:00am-6:00pm, and Sundays from 5pm-midnight. We serve ethically sourced organic tea and coffee, hot chocolate, and some specialty drinks. We encourage all of our members to plan concerts and other creative events for the Fordham community within our space. Events include arts and crafts days, open mic nights, haunted houses and laser tag. Members have booked artists such as Titus Andronicus, Speedy Ortiz, Porches, Alex G.,and The World is a Beautiful Place and I am No Longer Afraid to Die, just to name a few. Every year we also host Fordham’s Battle of the Bands, in which student bands compete for the opportunity to open the Spring Weekend concert. Rodrigue’s is a Safer Space on campus to ensure an inclusive experience for all students and visitors.
Special Events aims to provide Fordham students with activities of social, educational, and cultural nature congruent with Jesuit ideals. Special Events, along with the Office for Student Involvement, is responsible for programming Family Weekend and “Sibling Sleepover” events during Family Weekend. Special Events is also in charge of putting on a community enrichment event during Spring Weekend. Special Events may co-sponsor an event with any other University organization during the school year.
Weekend Activities Committee (WAC):
Programming primarily on the weekends, WAC is responsible for providing regular, creative and exciting programs of all types for students on campus. Well-known events are BINGO, apple picking, a trip to Six Flags, pumpkin carving and a trip to Woodbury Commons.
The general board members assist the committee chairs by staffing events, preparing event space, publicizing upcoming programs, and brainstorming new program ideas.
Please write your organization's general email account address.