It’s easy to stigmatize genres that one may not wholeheartedly embrace, but acknowledging our own nerd tendencies and accepting those of others would be better for everyone.
Features editor Archer Parquette reveals the dichotomy between the extent of his self-expression at BC and at home.
Though many enjoy listening to music for its ability to make dull situations more fun, it can also deaden our feelings to the world around us as we insulate ourselves in a soundtrack.
The power of fictional television to reveal personal attitudes certainly has a place in the minds of viewers of even the most fantastical programs.
Showdown is such a great unifying event on campus, but it could be so much better with a little tweaking and a few rational changes.
Often times in cinema, people will walk out of a movie with completely different perspectives on the events that unfolded. The relation to sex and perception of an individual film is a fascinating one.
Shannon Kelly gives some advice to the prospective members of the Class of 2021: you always end up where you’re supposed to.
Assoc. Arts Editor Jacob Schick sends out a prayer and tentatively hopes for a rise in movie quality.
Asst. Arts Editor Isabella Dow discusses the compelling merits of social decorum through the lens of ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel.’
After getting a mod, features editor Archer Parquette took great pains to avoid writing a cliché housing column.