This year’s Living in Color showcase, developed by Angus Williams, highlights the tensions of inter and outer relationships within and surrounding the Black community.
Boston College’s African Student Organization prepares for its annual Fashion Show, an upcoming event that will present the members’ vision of Africa’s future.
How does one find and keep love during a moment in history that seems to push us further into understanding ourselves, our desires, our fears, and our needs, instead of others’? The ’70s romantic movies have a lot to offer when answering this question.
At a virtual roundtable interview with The Heights and other college newspapers, Timothée Chalamet and supporting actor Keegan-Michael Key discussed the challenges and delights of working on ‘Wonka’.
Associate arts editor Sofia Torres thinks arts editor Josie McNeill crafts a playlist that caps off her time at Boston College.
In the horror genre, the monstrous transformations of women are a hyperbolized representation of women’s responses in a male-dominated world.
Fuego del Corazón provides students with an opportunity to practice and celebrate their culture through dance.
Mitski’s seventh studio album dives into the theme of religious salvation through her established poetic lyricism.
Although the casting of ‘Barbie’ was perfect, the movie was dragged down by its ambition to be something deeper than pretty and pink.
Ari Aster’s new movie attempts to expose the effects an unhealthy mother-and-son relationship, but loses its focus within tragicomic events.