BC students overcome showers, mud, and high winds to see T-Pain at Modstock 2016.
There is a reason the sappy, transformative college experience exists as a cliche. Not because it is easy to understand or wistfully desirable, but because it is very real.
Challenging viewers to analyze things seen through a digital medium, the ‘Art & Digital Technology’ exhibit, through its eye-catching pieces, proves that the lenses one looks through can affect how one sees.
Summer’s a great time not only to get away from the pressures of the school year, but also to catch up on the entertainment that school doesn’t accommodate.
As friends become foes in ‘Captain America: Civil War,’ Marvel finds a way to sprinkle in humor throughout the whole bitter, bloody dispute.
Drake is known to take risks and adopt elements that help him reinvigorate his sound. Though ‘Views’ tries in many cases, the overall sound remains a uneventful and lyrically banal.
‘Silicon Valley’ demands its laughs through the trials of its characters and, in a world rife with failure and aspirations, it finds plenty of dreams to fuel the comedy fire.
Listens to Imagine Dragons set a fire with “Not Today,” Rihanna wastes her talent in “This Is What You Came For,” and cry tears of horror at Jacob Sartorius’ “Sweatshirt.”
Serious about its commitment to service and uniting communities through the compelling power of music, The Common Tones seek to strengthen relationships through the power of a cappella.
Though the Chainsmokers have proven themselves as provocative musical magicians, their vision in video might not be as strong as they adopt cheap product placement in an otherwise alluring story.