There is a reason the sappy, transformative college experience exists as a cliche. Not because it is easy to understand or wistfully desirable, but because it is very real.
As the Dramatic’s Society puts on its ‘Choose Your Own Adventure,’ the level of engagement is unprecedented as the audience dictates where the story will go.
Cage the Elephant challenges viewers to read between the lines in their latest music video “Trouble,” exploring a metaphorical journey through past and present.
Though the artistic intents behind ‘PersonA’ admirably venture in new directions, the overall effect is not an inviting album to listeners, proving, in many cases, to be preachy and boring.
In a display of sex appeal and provocative sexuality, “Dangerous Woman” represents Ariana Grande’s attempt to break into the adult world.
Through ‘Cleopatra’ may not garner the same level of acclaim as The Lumineers’ previous work, it is nonetheless a step in the right direction for the band.
FEC data from 2014-15 showed that BC faculty members donated exclusively to Democratic causes, with Hillary Clinton the overwhelming presidential option.
Kygo partners with Kodaline in a new single, the brother sister pair of Broods embrace tribal vocals, and Jason Derulo appeases fans in ‘It Ain’t No Love.’
The undergraduate government’s Student Assembly held a meeting, spearheaded by Collin Pratt, MCAS ’17, and John Daniell, MCAS ’17, as an attempt to open a dialogue concerning UGBC and the official Boston College administration’s stance on conversations about sex on campus.