‘The New England Classic’ is a tasty treat for a humor hungry campus.
J. Cole’s latest ‘2014 Forest Hills Drive’ is both personal and innovative as he raps about his life, his childhood, and the music industry.
90s icon Billy Corgan disappoints with a more synthesized sound in the new Smashing Pumpkins album.
In a disappointing follow-up to their fifth album, The Wu-Tang Clan’s repetitive ‘A Better Tomorrow’ squanders the group’s potential.
Aaron Sorkin’s ‘The Newsroom’ critiques the nature of victim-blaming and sexual assault.
Filled with allusions and metaphor, Ella Henderson’s surprisingly realistic ‘Yours’ music video appeals to the emotions.
Nicki Minaj mixes pop and rap in her single “All Things Go”, Sam Smith covers a classic Christmas carol, plus more.
If J. J. Abrams can take something old and good and make it new and good—maybe we can still do the same at BC.
Has Hollywood gone too far with movie sequels and remakes?
In Jennifer Kent’s chilling horror film, ‘The Babadook’ breaks the bonds of motherhood by pitting mother against son.