Although “The Age of Adz,” Sufjan Stevens’s most recent release, is not inspired by any specific setting, it is just as grand as any of his undertakings.
On their third album, “The Suburbs”, Arcade Fire continue their expansion into the mainstream, creating an album that evokes the mediocrity and banality of suburbia.
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Five Harvard undergraduates have been chosen for the Rhodes scholarship this year, compared to only two students the last two years.
Though recent indie rock groups have relied heavily on the choral sound of multi-track vocals—Fleet Foxes, Grizzly Bear, and Sufjan
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During her time at Harvard, Allison B. Kline ’09 has been involved in over 20 dramatic productions, having the opportunity
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Harvard topped yet another ranked list on Thursday—this time it emerged as the most referenced American university in a Global
A young woman traveling through the Taiga, a shapeshifting animal who just happens to be her lover, a forest queen,
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For singer-songwriter Neko Case, writing alt-country songs teeming at the brim with a mixture of nature, love, and free-spirited humor
Having gained popularity through their absurd live shows—which usually involve severe inebriation, prevalent nudity, osculation between band members, and nearly