From swing to breakdancing, the audience was treated to a broad array of genres during the final two nights of the Week of Dance.
‘Robin Hood’ Gives New Life to Old Classic
Although ‘Robin Hood’ delivers on its promise of a modern twist on a beloved classic, the movie fails to back up its ambition with CGI effects and a solid supporting cast.
FACES Facilitates Dialogue on Racism
Members of the FACES Council gave a presentation on Tuesday about the importance of having challenging conversation on race and racism on campus, as well as the strategies and practices the organization uses as it goes about facilitating these conversations.
Peace Corps Volunteers Share Their Stories
Boston College Peace Corps recruiter and returned volunteer Lori Dunn, along with three BC graduate return volunteers, gave a presentation on the benefits of joining the Peace Corps has in the workplace and beyond.
Imagine Dragons Lack Musical Cohesion on ‘Origins’
‘Origins,’ Imagine Dragons’ new album, is convoluted and mixes too many themes at once.
‘The Nutcracker’ is Dazzling, but Devoid of Meaning
‘The Nutcracker and the Four Realms’ puts viewers in the Christmas spirit, but lacks a good plot and quality acting.
Emotional Complexity and Suffering Pierce ‘The Happy Prince’
‘The Happy Prince’ presents complex insights into the life of Oscar Wilde.