O’Neill Library’s ‘Righting Historical Wrongs’ exhibit at the Turn of the Millennium’ spotlights past, global injustices and encourages us to learn from history.
This chocolate is not filled with nougat or caramel, but with sex. Boston College’s all male step team, Sexual Chocolate, brings the sweet and savory heat in their Valentine’s Day themed “Big Show.”
Boston College’s South Asian Student Association celebrates cultural diversity and artistic expression in their annual culture show.
Exploring the revered works and life of mystic John of the Cross, finding that prose is one medium through which one may established a more resilient relation to the divine.
Laced with personal elements, the event truly captured the personal history of the narrator as well as the cultural relevancy of the art with Japan.
Showcasing everything from ballet to hip-hop and everything inbetween, DOBC’s ‘Shine’ was a testament to the eclectic abilities of BC’s dance organizations.
A mix of colors and neon lights, Plexapalooza showcases the talents of EDM artist Marshmello, who has crafted synth-heavy electronic sounds.
In a thoughtful screening and panel, ‘An American Conscience’ reinforces the idea again and again that to reject ideas, on must first understand them.
Adopting an ethereal and truly enchanting style, Rafael Soriano creates stunning works that transcend this realm and bring viewers into another.
Boston College organizations give their thoughts on this years nominations and speak to the larger issue of the lack of diversity in Hollywood.