Without dipping into territories of melodrama and hollow on-screen portrayals, Professor Chorpa’s films seeks to touch on universal themes in a deftly executed way.
The Heights editors compile their choices for the Christmas movie that best encapsulates this magical time of the year. As you snuggle close to the fire, hot cocoa in hand with a fresh slice of fruitcake waiting for you in the kitchen, pull up Netflix, pop in a DVD or VHS and enjoy the best…
In an attempt to raise awareness and open the floodgates of conversation, Jordan Mindlin, MCAS ’17, will put on an art exhibit detailing the nature of the Syrian refugee crisis this December, hoping to put a face to the massive migration of people.
Coming up on its 30th anniversary, BC bOp! has stood as a pillar of the Boston College arts community since its inception.
As Boston College’s oldest literary magazine, ‘The Stylus’ has been celebrating student art submissions since 1882. The magazine features a large spectrum of different forms of artistic expression and writing styles.
There is no precedent to turn a novel into a virtual reality game of this scope—not at BC or any university or museum.
Few groups on campus can tout the kind of friendship and camaraderie that The Acoustics do on a consistent basis. Such love and emotional investment is keenly visible in their many performances on campus spanning the years.
With its break up concept album, Whitney spans a range of emotions that most artists are unable to tackle on such a short album.
Healy’s overwhelming air of superiority is precisely what makes his music different (and arguably far better) than the regular, run-of-the-mill alternative music released in 2016 thus far.
Iggy Pop’s ‘Post Pop Depression’ speaks to his decline and fading into the ether. His fate is one we may ultimately share at the hands of this most tumultuous year, in this mad, mad world.