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.
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.
The theatre department explores unrequited love in ‘The Misanthrope,’ Potter-mania is quenched with ‘Fantastic Beasts,’ and the coming-of-age story is reiterated in ‘Edge of Seventeen’ this weekend in the arts.
If a scene looked better with pink flowers, Hinde would see to it that a few brightly colored branches from a few miles away were cut down and staged exactly where he deemed necessary.
See Amy Adams communicate with aliens, Bonn Studios stunning ‘Constellations’ performance, and Naomi Watts be haunted by children in ‘Shut In’ this weekend in the arts.
As Boston College’s oldest literary magazine, ‘The Stylus’ has been celebrating student art submissions since 1882. The magazine features a large spectrum of different forms of artistic expression and writing styles.
Much like a bad comedy, the 2016 election has become a bloated caricature of its former self. Divisive and dramatic, the race to the White House is an overblown and frightening parody of what it once was.
Seeing Swift’s image transform has been pretty exciting—one year she’s all curls and cowboy boots, the next she sports fedoras and stick-straight bangs. As a girl who has grown old with her music, I wonder what she has planned for this new phase of her career.
See Madea scare away trick-or-treaters, watch Tom Hanks be tormented in ‘Inferno,’ and Juice unleashes hell-fire from its guitar strings this weekend in the arts.
As far as song covers go, I’ve never really preferred them to the originals. Postmodern Jukebox has provided me with an entirely new outlook on the complex art of re-creating contemporary hits.