There is no precedent to turn a novel into a virtual reality game of this scope—not at BC or any university or museum.
Few groups on campus can tout the kind of friendship and camaraderie that The Acoustics do on a consistent basis. Such love and emotional investment is keenly visible in their many performances on campus spanning the years.
With its break up concept album, Whitney spans a range of emotions that most artists are unable to tackle on such a short album.
Healy’s overwhelming air of superiority is precisely what makes his music different (and arguably far better) than the regular, run-of-the-mill alternative music released in 2016 thus far.
Iggy Pop’s ‘Post Pop Depression’ speaks to his decline and fading into the ether. His fate is one we may ultimately share at the hands of this most tumultuous year, in this mad, mad world.
Boston College’s Full Swing dance-crew is a welcoming cast of dancers of all skills and methods. This group shows plainly that the dance floor rejects no one.
The annual gala welcomes singer Kristin Chenoweth to the stage in its 24th year.
Even for those who aren’t the biggest art history buffs on campus, McMullen is one of the most tranquil and alluring locations under BC’s collective belt. Its architecture, compared with its gothic brethren, makes it stand out all the more.
As the world of gunslingers and synthetic humanoids meet in ‘Westworld,’ the series represents an unlikely marriage with a wealth of potential from the creative mind of Michael Crichton.
Set in Harlem, not in Daredevil or Jessica Jones’ iteration of New York’s Hell’s Kitchen, Luke Cage has the potential to explore both a different literal setting, as well as a unique cultural setting.