A lot goes on behind the scenes of a production in Robsham Theater, but the spotlight rarely shines on the people who don’t appear on stage.
Christy Coco, MCAS’ 17, is on her way to bigger and brighter things. She’s starred in BC productions ‘Carousel’ and ‘The Trojan Women’ and recently made her off-broadway debut in ‘Fiorello!.’
Though separated by oceans, Funky Giant finds a way to subsist and grow as a band in sound, quality, and skill. Come senior year, there will be an awakening of this giant from its yearlong slumber.
Boston College organizations give their thoughts on this years nominations and speak to the larger issue of the lack of diversity in Hollywood.
The Fashion Club of Boston College (FCBC) is an up and coming club striving for greatness. The dedicated officers and members of the club are taking this journey one step at a time, whether they’re in designer stilettos or sneakers.
Without dipping into territories of melodrama and hollow on-screen portrayals, Professor Chorpa’s films seeks to touch on universal themes in a deftly executed way.
The Heights editors compile their choices for the Christmas movie that best encapsulates this magical time of the year. As you snuggle close to the fire, hot cocoa in hand with a fresh slice of fruitcake waiting for you in the kitchen, pull up Netflix, pop in a DVD or VHS and enjoy the best…
In an attempt to raise awareness and open the floodgates of conversation, Jordan Mindlin, MCAS ’17, will put on an art exhibit detailing the nature of the Syrian refugee crisis this December, hoping to put a face to the massive migration of people.
Coming up on its 30th anniversary, BC bOp! has stood as a pillar of the Boston College arts community since its inception.
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.