Asinine Sketch and Improv Comedy presented “Yowch! Hot Stove,” an interactive show that provoked laughter and frequent audience participation.
To accompany McMullen’s ‘Gateway to Himalayan Art’ exhibit, theology profesor, author, and spiritual leader Anne Klein gave a virtual lecture on Tibetan Buddhism.
From the Studio to Streaming Sites: BC Music Production Club Showcases Original Student Music Through Compilation Contest
The Boston College Music Production Club provides students a chance to upload their music to streaming platforms through their Compilation Contest.
ChamberQUEER highlights queer talent wishing the classical music industry.
In a lecture on Oct. 26, Leary spoke of her work in the Obama and Biden administrations to pass initiatives centered around achieving equity in the country. The event was co-sponsored by the Mental Health Counseling Urban Scholars Program, the Donovan Urban Teaching Scholars Program, and the Center for Psychological Humanities and Ethics.
Boston College Dramatics Society’s production of the play adaptation of the novel ‘Little Women’ upheld the legacy of the original.
This year’s ‘Rookie Showcase’ highlighted the talent of the newest member of 15 Boston College dance teams.
Featuring 30 pieces of art, the new McMullen collection invites viewers into the American countryside of the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Director Luke Jorgensen and his cast members have created a welcoming and representative production of ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.’
31st Annual Pops on the Heights Raises Record-Breaking $15 Million, Features Performance From Little Big Town
Musical performances for the 31st annual Pops on the Heights brought Boston College students, alumni, and parents to their feet.