There are probably many reasons why Eagles aren’t dancing at parties, but I have two running theories for the phenomenon.
CAB Celebrates Halloween with Spooky Monster Mash Dance
All around campus this week, students have switched out their hoodies and Patagonias to don spooky get-ups to celebrate Halloween. The Campus Activities Board (CAB) has worked to match students’ Halloween spirit by hosting a variety of events—from haunted houses to scary movies—around Boston College’s campus.
Keeping The Flame Alive
Dance has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. I have been dancing since the age of six, so naturally, when I arrived at Boston College I hoped that dance would be a part of my college career. I tried out for Fuego del Corazon, and was so excited…
ALC Showdown Should Combine Culture and Competition Categories
” A single category streamlines and simplifies the competition and its rules.”
BC Dance Marathon Sees Increased Student Support
The event’s fundraising efforts go toward Boston Children’s Hospital’s Every Child Fund, an “emergency fund” that can be used for a variety of needs, such as the Child Life program, which is designed to bring comfort to young patients, siblings, and parents.
Synergy Showcases Passion, Talent at 15th Anniversary Celebration
Synergy celebrated its 15 year anniversary with a high-paced and exciting show at Robsham.
So You Think You Can Dance?
The Boston College dance teams speak on the intricacies of their individual audition processes and on what they look for in new dancers.
BC Needs More Rehearsal Space for Dance and A Cappella Groups
“The limited space for dance and a cappella groups to rehearse on campus stagnates the growth of the arts at BC.”
Performance Groups Feel Pressure When Searching for Space to Practice
Dance teams and a cappella organizations struggle to find sufficient and adequate practice space on Boston College’s campus.