Last week a sophomore asked me to sum up my Harvard experience.
Ballet Folklórico de Aztlán’s (BFA) high-energy performances often involve twirling skirts and snappy footwork.
The duo’s sophomore album, “Volume Two,” is a solid release, with pretty, bittersweet melodies, but the music breaks no emotional or musical barriers. Sticking to pathos with a smile, it offers very limited rewards.
'White Teeth' by Zadie Smith (Vintage)
Listeners new to The Dodos may recognize their song “Fools,” from their 2008 breakout album “Visiter,” from a recent Miller
Amy J. Lien ’09 wants to challenge what she calls the commercialized image of textiles, a medium often associated with
After four years, Franz Ferdinand’s finally returned to the party. “Tonight: Franz Ferdinand,” their third album, finds the Scottish foursome
This truly is an historic election cycle. For the first time in history, there are not one, but two black
“Anti-Gravity is symbolic of Harvard students trying to keep our lives in order,” William M. R. C. Skinner ’09 says
Folk duo the Dodos have always eschewed the Svengali approach to their partnership. Unlike the White Stripes, known for Jack
In the whimsical movie “Penelope,” title character Penelope Wilhern, played by Christina Ricci, seems to have it all. As the
In the United States, racism is the big elephant in the middle of the room. No one wants to acknowledge
Jacob P. Reitan, a student at the Harvard Divinity School (HDS), shocked his traditional Minnesotan Lutheran parents when he came
Had things went the way he thought they would, director Howard Deutch would be working in advertising and the 1986
Remember how gypsy music was supposedly making a comeback? Praised in the blogosphere after their 2006 debut, Beirut was lumped