BC Idol: Meeting The Contestants
The Scene profiles the ten student acts to perform in tonight's BC Idol show.
BC Juniors Promote 'Valid Culture' With Personal Brand
Valid Culture, started by Trey Amar, CSOM '15, and Michael Felix, A&S '15, is not just a clothing line. As its name implies, it’s lifestyle—a culture.
COLUMN: Boston College's Missing Artistic Identity
Whenever I get the chance to speak with an artist on campus, I find myself tagging the same question to the end of each interview: why do the arts matter at Boston College?
This Weekend In Arts: February 27-March 2
This weekend in the arts, Justin Timberlake is performing at TD Garden, BC2Boston is sponsoring a trip to see the Blue Man Group, and Seaver's Express is playing a concert, among other events.
‘SLAMnesty’ Confronts Social Taboo With Poetry
Amnesty International hosted an evening featuring slam poets, rap artists, and F.I.S.T.S. dance group, in order to showcase freedom of expression.
‘Acapelooza’ Hosted As Benefit For Camp AmeriKids
Jammin’ Toast, Against the Current, Sharps, Heightsmen, and Dynamics held a charity concert for Camp AmeriKids, a non-profit organization aimed at enhancing the lives of kids living with HIV/AIDS and sickle cell anemia.
Chorduroy 2014 Listening Guide
Chorduroy’s 2014 album features 15 original tracks from what the music organization identified as Boston College’s premier musical acts. The Scene previewed the tracks and artists featured on the project, with the hope of providing a road map for listeners to come.
Style And Imagery On The UGBC Campaign Trail
With UGBC candidates campaigning across campus this week, it seems important to consider the meaning behind their election t-shirts, logos, and slogans.
COLUMN: Waiting For Liam Neeson
When I first heard Liam Neeson was visiting Boston College with his son on Tuesday, my natural response was to hunt him down. Why? Because Liam Neeson.
COLUMN: Trading In High Heels For Uggs And Embracing The Life Of The Swug
For senior girls at BC, the swug life isn't so much a choice as it is a year long commitment.
This Weekend In Arts: February 20-22
This weekend in the arts, The Circle Mirror Transformation is debuting in Robsham, the Boston Ballet's Close To Chuck is premiering, and poet Tracy K. Smith is lecturing in Gasson, among other events.
A Talented Cast Of Five Examines Chaos And Relationships In 'The Clean House'
Director Billy McEntee, A&S '14 and the BC Theatre Department delivered 'a beautiful and powerful mess in The Clean House' this weekend.
Hey There Higgenson: Exclusive Interview With Lead Singer Of Plain White T's
'The Scene' Speaks To Higgenson As Band Prepares For Friday Performance
Tom Higgenson, lead singer of Plain White T's, sat down with The Scene before the band's Robsham performance, to discuss the band's forthcoming album American Nights, the group's evolving sound, the success of "Hey There Delilah," and more.
Coloring The 'Spectrum'
Dancers gather in Robsham for eclectic act
Every time the music slowed, the lyrics disappeared, and the lights dimmed, the movement of each and every dancer could be felt throughout Robsham at Boston College Dance Ensemble’s Spectrum show.
Shovelhead Gets Hands Dirty With 'Michael Vick's Cats'
“Michael Vick’s Cats” kept true to the Shovelhead’s traditions: the subject matter was unsavory, the jokes insensitive, the characters crude, and the actors quite confident in this brand of comedy.
Sexual Chocolate And Friends Meet for Big Show In The Rat
Boston College’s all male step team presented its 15th annual Fall Big Show, supporting the Typhoon Haiyan Relief Effort in the Philippines.
Christmas Comes Early To The Heights For Chorale Concert
Within the confines of the Trinity Chapel on Newton Campus, a vast assembly of Boston College’s most talented musicians turned a gloomy Friday evening into a joyful celebration of the Christmas season.