“The biggest obstacle was mentalizing something that was so far away because I was making choices that would benefit me in the long term,” Pardo said. “So it forced me to become more intentional with my time in the short term for a long-term goal, which is a lesson that I learned that I really liked.”
“I would say I have been a runner without being a runner,” Knous said. “I’ve always been that person on the soccer team that could run for days, and I have enjoyed running my whole life—we’re the family who does 5Ks on major holidays. … I’ve grown up loving it as an outlet, something away from soccer.”
Since the first theatre performance in Chicago in 1834, the Chicago theatre community has experienced various obstacles from auditorium fires to the cancellation of in-person performances due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Among all of these challenges, something has remained constant—the community. Stuart Hecht, a professor in Boston College’s theatre department, believes theatre is about community,…
On April 5, 2021, social media users across the country opened the Boston College Facebook page to find it showing off its latest achievement. BC had chosen its Class of 2025—easily one of the most competitive and diverse classes in the school’s history.
Ndzube challenges conventions through his work as a painter and installation artist.
After years of experience acting on the stage and onscreen, Bryce Pinkham, actor and BC ’05, offered advice on the industry during his lecture on Wednesday.