The Harvard Crimson sends two of its writers—Tianxing V. Lan '18 and Steven S.K. Hao '18—to the French Riviera to cover the Cannes Film Festival.
Prior to her June 17 performance at Middle East, The Crimson spoke with Kristin Kontrol about her move away from Dum Dum Girls and her musical inspirations.
Janelle Monáe stole the show on Boston Calling’s final day with her tangibly emotional vocals and contagiously upbeat dancing
The powerhouse performance of Chloe A. Brooks ’19 and a compelling ensemble blended witty humor, bouts of profound pain, and love, ultimately raising lingering questions about the multifaceted depths of the protagonist's mental illness.
Peter L. Galison, professor, museum director, and documentary filmmaker, explores the intersections of art and science.
Arts staff writers Steven S.K. Hao '18 and Tianxing V. Lan '18 recap screenings from the fourth day of the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
Arts staff writers Steven S.K. Hao '18 and Tianxing V. Lan '18 recap screenings from the fifth day of the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
This narrator’s abandonment of traditional academia becomes something both more interesting and more disturbing than a simple skirting of responsibility.
Feel love for which you lose and pay and suffer. Feel love that strikes you as difficult and fraught. Love until it breaks you. Then love until someday, it finally puts you back together.
Boston Calling is clearly at a crucial juncture in its growth.
On Sunday, the weather took a chilly turn at Boston Calling, but the excitement remained.
The Harvard Crimson reviews the Sunday performances at Boston Calling 2016.
The Harvard Crimson reviews the Saturday performances at Boston Calling 2016.
There’s nothing quite like that moment at a concert when you hear the first notes of a song you know by heart, and you start to sing along. In her headlining set at Boston Calling, however, Robyn did not afford her fans many of these moments.
Sufjan Stevens’s set at Boston Calling on Friday was an elaborate exercise in risk, but all elements came together to create a ridiculous, high-energy romp and the highlight of the weekend’s offerings.
Prior to her concert at Paradise Rock Club on June 8, The Crimson spoke with Birdy to learn more about her approach to singing and songwriting.
The Harvard Crimson spoke with synth-pop project Christine and the Queens about breaking free and finding one’s calling in anticipation of her upcoming gig at Boston Calling.
The Harvard Crimson sat down with BØRNS, who will be playing at Boston Calling, to talk about his plans for his upcoming tour and the ways his past performances have affected him.