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Soyoung Kim

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On Campus

Yardfest 2011 Primer

For the second year in a row, Yardfest will feature three artists. A College Events Board (CEB) survey earlier in the school year revealed that the majority of students wanted to hear performances from the genres of Top 40 and Hip-Hop/Rap so the CEB delivered with a line-up of Far East Movement, Sam Adams, and the White Panda.


HRO Reaches New Heights

This past Saturday, it became easy to forget that the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra (HRO) is a student orchestra. In a stunning ...


Gorillaz Succumb to the iPad on ‘The Fall’

Damon Albarn maintains some of his power to form densely emotional songs, but the limitations and distractions of recording on the iPad overcome the songs on “The Fall.”


Dancing Flash Mob Brightens Annenberg

As the Class of 2014 experiences reading period for the first time, many students find themselves struggling with the stresses ...

How Sweep It Is
The Game

Looking Back at Harvard-Yale

The Game is turning 127 years old tomorrow and the campus is anxiously awaiting the confrontation. It’s easy to get sucked into the excitement, but it might leave you to wonder how it all got started in the first place.


‘The Legend’ Replete With Honesty and Growth

With “The Legend of Mr. Rager,” Kid Cudi succeeds in presenting a sophomore album that shows development and maturation.

City Politics

Cambridge Considers Increasing Marijuana Possession Fines

The Cambridge Police Department is looking to crack down on recreational marijuana use through two new proposed city ordinances which ...


Good Charlotte Still Stuck Between Maturity and Adolescence

Though Good Charlotte's musical growth is a welcome change, most of the band’s lyrics flag behind the maturation of their sound.

On Campus

Finding the Beauty in Albinism

"I’m an artist. I see beauty in every moment."


‘Drewe’ Director Discusses His New Adaptation

“It’s very funny and very sexy… What more could you want?” asks director Stephen Frears, who delivers his characteristically ironic, British wit in his new adaptation of an adaptation, “Tamara Drewe.”


Not Much to Feel with “Hands All Over”

Bogged down by predictability, their newest LP fails to live up to its name.