The Boston College Theatre Department’s production of Ella Hickson’s play ‘Oil’ contemplated people’s concerning dependence on fossil fuels.
In a virtual screening and discussion, BC’s Center for Human Rights and International Justice showcased Director Michèle Stephenson’s latest documentary.
Boston College students packed into Gasson 305 for Asinine Sketch and Improv Comedy’s show on Thursday night.
Boston College students and faculty discussed Asian American representation in film and immigrant experiences after a screening of Lee Isaac Chung’s ‘Minari.’
The seats in Conte Forum were filled on Sept. 24 for the Pops on the Heights gala that featured the band Train and the Boston Pops.
The musician AY Young brought electric energy to O’Neill Plaza during his nonprofit concert that also advocated for sustainability development.
The McMullen Museum of Art opened a new exhibit on September 7 that features six decades of work by the artist Mariano Rodríguez.