At the Arab Students Association’s annual Arabic Culture Night, Boston College students showcased the rich culture of the Middle East.
BC’s first-ever Bank Week, which ran during the first full week of February, offered sophomores the opportunity to explore banking careers. Co-sponsored by the Career Center and CSOM, Bank Week was developed partially in response to the banking industry’s accelerated recruiting timeline.
‘Orange is the New Black’ author Piper Kerman discussed her prison experience and prison reform advocacy in Gasson 100 on Tuesday.
Andy Samberg proves there are many ways to sleuth as his absurd manner of policing surmounts itself in the latest season of ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine.’
Challenging viewers to analyze things seen through a digital medium, the ‘Art & Digital Technology’ exhibit, through its eye-catching pieces, proves that the lenses one looks through can affect how one sees.
There is no singular aspect that ‘GoT’ can look forward to, as all horizons in Westeros seemed to be headed down its signature roads of deceit, treachery, and violence that has made the show what it is.
Dealing with dates, finances, and mean girls, Kimmy Schmidt continues to become one of the most genuinely funny and touching shows out there.
Two students rode stationary bikes on the Gasson quad on Tuesday to raise awareness for their summer program, Bike & Build.
The 2018 Class Council will host its first Dance Marathon to raise money for the Boston Children’s Hospital Children’s Fund.