As media evolves from monumental frescoes to clickbait listicles, it only felt natural to give these lords the platform they deserve: a top five ranking.
"Bliss: Harvard Mental Health" is an app that compiles dozens of mental health resources at Harvard. The app was created by two College students, Caitlin Ner '18 and Tajrean Rahman '20.
You can argue that Swift doesn’t have much to cope with—that at the end of the day, she still stands levels above everyone else in terms of power and wealth. Yet her problems are clearly urgent and real to her.
Construction occurring at Harvard University Housing building Holden Green in Somerville has disrupted some residents.
“Little Fires Everywhere” is a slow burn of a novel.
Racha Kirakosian is an Assistant Professor of German and the Study of Religion. She teaches Religion 59: The Real Game of Thrones — Culture, Society, and Religion in the Middle Ages.
“Students would say, ‘Oh, this is like “Game of Thrones.’ And I would say ‘Well, if anything, it’s the other way around.’”
Graphic novelist and Pulitzer Prize-winner Art Spiegelman gives a talk in Sanders Theater called “Comix, Jews & Art? Dun't Esk!!”
For the seventh season finale of “Game of Thrones,” writers Aziz B. Yakub and Grace Z. Li sat down to discuss the pitfalls and highlights of “The Dragon and the Wolf”.
“Eastwatch” shifts its sights away from the violence, and chooses to focus on the political landscapes of Westeros, and how the characters navigate their way through them.
This is the first episode in season seven that actually feels like a “Game of Thrones” episode.
Even though multiple plot points have been set in place, the series still feels like it’s struggling to find its speed.
The Penn defense swallows up sophomore running back Charlie Booker. The Quakers emerged victorious, 27-14.