“Gold Boy, Emerald Girl” thrives on a constantly pulsing, energetic undercurrent: a triumphant depiction of the power of interpersonal connection.
Abstract figures pulsating with symbolism and emotion; imagery as macabre as it is mesmerizing; dynamic conflagrations of texture and detail: these are the elements of “Ladders to Fire,” a transfixing exhibition of the work of Kayla A. Escobedo ’12.
What defines the ambiguous distinction between a national and a world citizen, and how do institutions such as art museums influence the shifting interplay between local and global identity?
On “One Life Stand,” Hot Chip debuts a newly stripped-down aesthetic that effortlessly combines soulful ballads with synth effects and electronic distortion.
This J-term, Harvard students will be scattered across the globe—traveling, working, catching up on seasons of TV shows, or otherwise ...
In a move sure to excite many enthusiastic undergrads, the Boston Globe endorsed Alan Khazei ’83 in the special election for the Massachusetts senate seat left vacant by the death of Ted Kennedy.
Dir. Jorge Blanco, Javier Abad, Marcos Martinez (TriStar Pictures) -- 3.5 STARS
The intricately detailed, visceral, and abstract images on display in the Penthouse Gallery of the Student Organization Center at Hilles ...
David Axelrod, Senior Advisor to President Obama and chief strategist of his 2008 presidential campaign, spoke last night at the ...
Most songs off of Mika’s new album, “The Boy Who Knew Too Much,” could have been plucked directly from a