Crimson staff writer

Keerthi Reddy

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Márai Skewers Love, ‘Marriage,’ and the Bourgeoisie

"Portraits of a Marriage" feels like a fireplace conversation between an older and a younger generation, a passing of knowledge, a sharing not just of memory but of experience.


BSO’s ‘Project Beethoven’ Hits the Runway

All roads lead to Beethoven,” said Owen C. Young, a cellist in the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) on February 3.

Things to Know

The Amnesty Policy for Yalies

Harvard has a policy that grants amnesty to those who seek medical care for themselves or their friends if they're under the influence of drugs or alcohol, but what about students from Yale?


Hospital Praised for Breast Imaging

The American College of Radiology has designated Mount Auburn Hospital a “Breast Imaging Center of Excellence” for the second consecutive year.


N.E.R.D. Send Mixed Messages

Though "Nothing" has some interesting political commentary, it is not enough to salvage the album from its poorly executed anatomy.

On Campus

Portrait of an Artist: Romero Britto

Contemporary Pop artist Romero Britto creates bold artwork characterized by vibrant colors, solid lines, and creative patterning. While he grew ...


‘Hornet’s Nest’ Is Best Left Undisturbed

Corruption, violence, death threats, murder-suicides, and a daring investigative journalist out to set the truth free—“The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest” has all the makings of a Hollywood thriller. But its attempts to realize the edge-of-your-seat excitement of a blockbuster are lost somewhere amidst a confused jumble of guns, fights, and fast-paced action


Sharon Van Etten Bares Her Broken Heart

Van Etten bares her soul to her audience, giving herself nowhere to hide as she shares these intensely personal experiences through her deceptively calming songs.

Visual Arts

‘Marmalade’ Preserves Youth with a Dose of Gloom

Within the first few minutes of “Mr. Marmalade”—which runs through October 2 in the Loeb Experimental Theater—it becomes clear that the set of cutely crooked windowpanes, toy baby dolls, and scattered teacups is far from indicative of the story to come.