“Ivory Tower,” a student-produced comedy that airs on Harvard Undergraduate TV, recently released the first episode of its new season.
With the first episode of its ninth season, the student-produced sitcom "Ivory Tower" successfully transitions to a mockumentary format.
"Ivory Tower," a student-produced web series, premiered its ninth season last weekend. The show follows a group of misfit students as they struggle to manage a café in the SOCH. Stay tuned for episode two, slated for release after spring break.
With The Game just days away "On Harvard Time" presents "Air Bully," the story of a safety school's struggling football team, its "piece-of-shit" player Josh, and Bully, a football-playing dog. Bully, who's certainly no Air Bud, inspires his fellow Elis to try to become more than just salutatorians, second-chair violinists, and student council vice-presidents. But will Bully lead Yale to victory? Will Josh remain a piece-of-shit forever? Watch the video—and The Game—to find out.
Ever wonder what the mastermind behind the "Nutty Professor" is up to these days? Come to Boylston Hall from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. on Thursday to see an advanced screening of "I AM," the newest work of Tom Shadyac, director of classic comedies such as "Bruce Almighty," "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective," and the "Nutty Professor."