AAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!! (Koumpounophobia: obscure phobia, hipster people.)
4. Blank Cover
Any attempts to promulgate artistic genius, individualism, or rationality in this cover would be inauthentic, and there is no ‘reality’ of the ‘contents’ of this issue. The front and back covers would also be flipped, forcing our readers to turn the issue upside down halfway through reading.
3. “Your Vanity List Here” Billboard
A picture of a vanity issue with a picture of a vanity issue on it, inside Mark A. VanMiddlesworth ’10-’11’s vanity list from last year, inside a theater. Images within images are meta. VanMiddlesworth’s 2009 vanity list is an esoteric reference. Theaters are related to Arts.
2. Jeff and Ryan, naked, holding paintbrushes
Sex sells. Paintbrushes are related to Arts.
1. Sergeant Vanity’s Lonely Arts Club Harvard Gates
The Beatles: the only band that no one on Arts objects to. Harvard gates: the only known signifier for moving on to the next stage in one’s life.
—Sara Joe Wolansky is the outgoing Arts Photography Exec and the incoming Photography Chair. She owns a camera necklace in which she has imprisoned a small Crumple-Horned Snorkack.
Project Zero Returns to Square One of Artistic Education“Everybody assumes that to be a scientist or a mathematician requires thinking and problem solving and so on. But a ...
A Call to Arts
Harvard Student Art Show
Recruited Alums Unite for a January JAMSessionThis Wintersession, Harvard students have the opportunity to experience a dose of Hollywood and the Boston art scene with the ...
When Yale Meets ConfuciusYale's Singapore campus has raised various questions about the viability of the liberal arts education model in a country that upholds rigid educational traditions rooted in Confucian meritocracy.
Crimson Arts's 2013 Year In Review