Boston College’s Full Swing dance-crew is a welcoming cast of dancers of all skills and methods. This group shows plainly that the dance floor rejects no one.
Performing compositions from Bach, Hindemith, and Bartok, violinist Daniel Stepner ensured a lovely Sunday afternoon for those in attendance in Gasson 100.
The passion that the students who put the exhibit together hold is apparent in how meticulously ordered and presented the exhibit is and in the explanations the group put out for their interest in the subject. This passion is what fuels the Missionaries & Linguists exhibit and gives it most of its meaning.
South Park has been a staple of American pop-culture throughout the entirety of its run, but if it wants to remain one, it needs to end before it loses its worth.
Even for those who aren’t the biggest art history buffs on campus, McMullen is one of the most tranquil and alluring locations under BC’s collective belt. Its architecture, compared with its gothic brethren, makes it stand out all the more.
With the wild box office success that was ‘Jurassic World’ universal has doubled down on its revival of the series, planning two sequels to ‘Jurassic World.’ Is this the right move?
It’s only when the epic ensemble that is Juice graces the stage that your attention is ripped away from the stupid shenanigans of the evening’s audience and settles on the soulful, funky essence that Juice exudes in all its performances.
Set in Harlem, not in Daredevil or Jessica Jones’ iteration of New York’s Hell’s Kitchen, Luke Cage has the potential to explore both a different literal setting, as well as a unique cultural setting.