The Harvard Crimson has undergone numerous changes, both online and in print, over the past two decades. These changes have shaped the newspaper's focus in both design and content.
The Harvard Opportunes competed at the ICCA quarterfinals on Saturday. Their performance blended styles and genres, but the group will not advance to the regional semifinal.
The grave opening and the grim setlist seemed to set the stage for a dark show. But somber fails to describe the rock band’s latest tour—in fact, the show was anything but, as the innovative video projections, charged performances from band members, and flashing, rotating stage rejected any illusion of a low-key, brooding concert.
Lighting designer and actress Eliza B. Mantz '18 is one of the most prolific theater-makers to declare the new Theater, Dance and Media Studies concentration.
Harvard art historian Joseph Leo Koerner lectured on the art of Hieronymus Bosch and its reception in print at the Harvard Art Museums on Thursday.
Despite its emotive cinematography, “Mojave” ultimately falters due to an overwrought screenplay and mostly ineffectual acting.
How long is Jude D. “Jude D.” Russo going to wear us out with these cheeky but vapid diatribes? His most recent vanity piece, “How to Write a Jude D. Russo Review,” is the worst kind of self-fondling garbage and hopefully will mark an end of a justly uncelebrated career.
When Landon Roussel—Cambridge resident and primary care doctor at Mount Auburn hospital—undertook the Way of St. James for the third time, the pilgrimage became a complex spiritual journey of reconciliation with his estranged brother, Cary.
Maintaining a light-hearted mood throughout, Sada uses colloquial humor, relatable characters, and colorful style to compose an enlightening and entertaining novel.
"You, Me and the Apocalypse" shines with sharp performances, crisp dialogue, and a clever sense of humor.
What exactly is the hit app "Neko Atsume: Kitty Collector," and why do so many people love it so much?
HCO’s decision to perform “The Rake’s Progress” is an ambitious one that will, with a little bit of luck, bring out the best in its enormously talented cast and crew while allowing viewers to enjoy an acclaimed modern opera.
Despite a few technical issues along the way, the MIT Musical Theatre Guild builds a whirlwind of humor and tension in “9 to 5,” thanks to a strong cast, expert costuming, and quality scenery.
Written in the wake of a hit-and-run accident that left Sprague severely injured and impacted her ability to play and perform music, “The Birds Outside Sang” is an album about wounding and healing, vulnerability, trauma, recovery, and growth.
Jazz pianist Billy Childs, vocalists Becca Stevens and Alicia Olatuja, and the Parker Quartet offered an inspiring tribute to Laura Nyro that engaged not only with the diverse musicians on stage but also with diverse musical traditions.
Jesse Eisenberg was evidently aware of his near-universal recognizability as star of a certain movie about facebook, but in front of his audience at the Harvard Book Store on Nov. 19, he seemed like any other debut fiction author.
Every year, the outgoing and incoming execs of The Crimson’s Arts magazine publish a tongue-in-cheek final supplement satirizing both the Arts board of The Crimson and the arts world at large. Check out this year's pieces.
2. Reviews of reviews of hair products on Amazon as short-form creative nonfiction pieces
You’re not afraid to stick it to the man. You don’t need no man. You co-wrote Christina Aguilera’s “Ain’t No Other Man.”