Is "DoYaThing" an energetic anthem or a tepid emulation?
The audience never saw the island in McTaggart’s vision. Instead, set designer Madelynne A. Hays '13 explored McTaggart’s theme of magic in art through the set. As opposed to an outdoor vista, the stage is a hauntingly accurate artist’s studio, complete with hundreds of books, paint sets, and other various curiosities.
While the movie is not for someone who has lost someone to cancer—it is far too positive to be cathartic—it does tell the honest story of someone who survived.
The modern purgatory of Russell Banks’ new novel is chilling because it is true.
Beyoncé has clearly settled into her role as the queen of R&B, and seems to feel more free to experiment with both new and old styles. This transformation suits her.
Some Harvard students accept that people they meet will assume they are introverted workaholics who stay in and study all ...
The suspension of disbelief plays an important role in an upcoming play that combines Sacramento, aliens, and punk rock.
Movies have the Oscars. TV has the Emmys. Now, Housing Day videos have an award all their own: the Housies!
“Sucker Punch” had the potential to be a superb and inventive commentary on the objectification of women or on the human mind, or even just a fun anime-style action flick. Instead, it becomes a mess of video-game references, sequins, and general confusion.
Last Sunday, the Silk Road Ensemble celebrated their renewed collaboration with Harvard University
Cole explores the realities of being an immigrant and an outsider, and concludes that loneliness is the only universal commonality.
“Collapse Into Now” lacks the coherence and unity that have set R.E.M.'s previous work apart.
At a gathering at the Barker Center yesterday, MIT Psychology Professor Sherry Turkle—whose work has focused on the psychological impact of technology—said that despite technology’s potential to bring society together, its users often feel isolated.
Under Maestro Cortese, HRO advances plans for their new performance tour
Viewers who are not 14-year-old girls looking for the next Edward Cullen should consider themselves forewarned.