Sitting on the crest of a hill on Boston College’s Brighton Campus lies the Charles S. and Isabella V. McMullen Museum of Art. Once a two-story museum in Devlin Hall with only enough space to put on two to three exhibits annually, the McMullen Museum is now housed in the renovated former residence of Boston’s archbishop.
Staff writer Jack Weynand sat in on rehearsals and talked to the cast to see what a behind-the-scene of a theatre production looks like.
BC student and music artist Angus Williams, also known as CARAMEL, describes his personal music making process and future ambitions in music.
Maxwell Korman, BC ’23 and a STEM major, will perform as a soloist at the 30th Annual Pops on The Heights Gala.
The company Sofar Sounds hosts intimate concerts for low prices—adding a sense of spontaneity by keeping the night’s lineup a secret.
Student rock band Jamsexual has stepped onto the Boston College music scene this semester with their original songs and performances.
Dance teams displayed a range of styles and cultures in a packed Conte Forum for the revival of ALC Showdown.
Artist Mikaela Savage, MCAS ’24, debuted her enchanting art in ‘the molting medusa,’ ‘The Laughing Medusa’s’ fall zine in 2021.
The genesis of the FACES Council and Film Society of Boston College’s idea to collaborate was seemingly synchronous. FACES reached out to the Film Society in preparation for Black History Month, and the Film Society was immediately on board for the collaboration, having previously discussed plans to work with groups like FACES to explore racism…