Phaymus’ 20th anniversary show, held at 7 p.m. in Robsham on Feb. 24, was a tribute to Phaymus’ decorated past and proof of its bright future as a group.
“Singing with your soul, is like, that’s what gospel is,” TeRonce Williams said. “Of course, we have to push and pray, but even then, it’s like, most of our songs are there to affect your soul in some way.”
When most people picture college a cappella, they think of ‘Pitch Perfect’ or ‘Glee.’ The Dynamics prove that the reality isn’t far off, but is a little more serious.
Since Spotify’s AI can’t seem to get it right, I made my own playlist. The songs are about love and breakups, but also everything in between. They’ll resonate whether you’re heartbroken, happy, confused, or so single you forgot Valentine’s Day was this week.
The project was sparked by a TikTok comment, but according to the members of Common Tones, it was a labor of love.
At a virtual college roundtable interview through Warner Bros., The Heights spoke to the director and cast members of ‘The Color Purple’ about themes within the film and its production process.
The first of two unique performances, Friday’s lineup included 10 BC dance teams, each representing a distinctive style. In the week leading up to the event, the teams offered free workshops.
The BC Theatre Department’s production of ‘Rent’ intersects the multiple stories of young artists trying to survive the many challenges that NYC in the 90s poses them.
To accompany McMullen’s ‘Gateway to Himalayan Art’ exhibit, theology profesor, author, and spiritual leader Anne Klein gave a virtual lecture on Tibetan Buddhism.