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.
“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.
The project was sparked by a TikTok comment, but according to the members of Common Tones, it was a labor of love.
Student and songwriter Melina Piperis shares her thoughts on art as a form of communication and reflects on her upcoming five-track EP.
Singer-songwriter Karol Bedoya uses music as a tool to express her deepest emotions.
Fuego del Corazón provides students with an opportunity to practice and celebrate their culture through dance.
The Hollywood Eagles’ short film Class is in Session screened at the Nyack International Film Festival in Nyack, N.Y. on April 18.
“It Was Always About the Kids”: After 30 Years at BC, John Finney Leaves a Legacy of Passion and Care
Chorale director and orchestra conductor John Finney built up a long-lasting and prestigious reputation throughout his career at Boston College.
Enclosed in an ornate golden frame on the walls of the McMullen Museum is a painting of the Madonna and Child alongside John the Baptist that Stephanie Leone said she and her students found particularly intriguing.