“When Tony Met Sosa” portrays the struggle to be number one and the sweetness of success.
Champagne Papi Returns On ‘What’s Next’
Drake’s latest music video shows off the artist’s boundless and unapologetic confidence.
Rhind: Bowie Empowers Through Reinvention
Heights senior staff writer Nathan Rhind explores the question of personal authenticity through David Bowie’s constant reinventions of himself.
Slowthai Showcases His Vulnerable Side in ‘TYRON’
Slowthai’s latest album highlights an insightful side to his lyrics and musical style.
‘Medicine at Midnight’ Is a Heavy Dose of Unoriginal Rock
The Foo Fighters abandon their emotional, grunge sound on their underwhelming album ‘Medicine at Midnight.’
The Screaming Eagles Keep Calm and March On
BC’s Screaming Eagles Marching Band produces variety shows that showcase the group’s creativity and personality.
A Beloved Tradition Changes With the Times
Tiff Brooks and Olive Constantino, this year’s Pops Off the Heights soloists, talk about their artistic journeys, favorite dining halls, and more.
Lights, Camera, Zoom: BC Theatre Gets Creative
Amid a global pandemic, the Boston College theatre department is experimenting with new ways to practice its craft.
Rhind: Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained
Rhind discusses the necessity of perseverance in the face of failure.
A Cappella Groups Adjust to New Circumstances
From Zoom performances to alumni group chats, Boston College a cappella groups are staying close despite the distance.