Hello…Shovelhead! doesn’t worry about offending a certain group, instead they make fun of all equally.
Finding beauty in the various ages of chilling New England winters, the ‘Winter in New England’ will surely have students eager to return home and huddle about the hearth.
Books come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. The ‘Judging a Book by Its Cover’ Exhibit chronicles the varied masses of print the world has to offer.
Rapper no more, Childish Gambino defies expectations for his album, “Awaken, My Love!” R&B rhythms and soulful funk have taken over, leaving bars and features behind.
Revolutionary album ‘Hamilton Mixtape’ serves as a politically inclined musical statement, discussing current events applicable to any listener.
The marked talents of BC’s dance community cannot be overstated. In the Second Annual Week of Dance Showcase, the electrifying technical skill of all groups involved left audiences smiling, swinging, and swooning.
Dr. Seth Ember saves his clients from demon possession, but a generic plot and horror clichés can’t save ‘Incarnate.’
Certain songs seem to push me back in time to the most banal of moments in my life. I am left to wonder why then, I revisit these memories in such a vivid and lucid fashion.
Since the earliest days of Hollywood’s glitzy golden age, the industry has been teeming with fantastic and memorable film endings. I like the ones that offer us a brief glimpse into a bright future.
Inverting gender roles in the Molière’s original ‘Le Misanthrope ou l’Atrabilaire amoureux’ play, the theater department finds a way to make the pointed inversion speak to power dynamics and relationships in today’s age.