Even if a performance falls a bit flat, one can still appreciate the energy and spirit that created the show.
Assistant metro editor William Batchelor was recently asked the question “Is college better than you expected, as you expected, or worse than you expected?” Unsettled by the question, Batchelor examines his first year at Boston College.
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.
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.
Assoc. Arts Editor Jacob Schick sends out a prayer and tentatively hopes for a rise in movie quality.
Editor Isabella Dow discusses the meaning of television soundtracks, and song, in our daily lives.
Trailers can be deceiving. In a trailer, we may see what we want to see. Let’s hope ‘King Arthur’ remains a legend told in this world and not another.
Assoc. Arts Editor Jacob Schick discusses his preference for concerts put on by older bands in this week’s I’m Just Sayin’ column.
Asst. Arts Editor Jacob Schick defends his love of good country music, with the emphasis on good, in this week’s I’m Just Sayin’
The celestial music video for Lana Del Rey’s “Love” combines all of my favorite elements – love, the ’70s, and all things space related.