The remake of the movie adaptation of the Stephen King novel “Carrie” came out this past Friday. The most iconic scene in the novel and its adaptations is a prom prank that leaves Carrie covered in pig’s blood, causing her to lash out telekinetically and (spoiler alert) kill pretty much everybody in the movie. In honor of the release of this adaptation, the Arts Blog recounts the best pranks in movie history:
“The essence of a conductor’s profession is strength. The essence of a woman is weakness,” said Yuri Temirkanov, former music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. As women’s representation in many fields increases, classical music lags further and further behind, both in the wider music community and at Harvard itself.
The confusing and at times contradictory portrayals of males in K-pop are all part of a greater multi-layered, culturally mixed, and strategically manufactured marketing ploy, but also extremely fitting to the greater social changes witnessed in the nation of South Korea.
He’s off on another brisk morning jog by the Charles. When he pauses to lie down in the grass, twigs and critters catch in his hair. He has a full set of straight teeth, absenting those ultimate molars. How fine to be young—virile, puerile, here for a while. Everything is exactly right for a second-year Harvard student with a heart full of love, healthy and clear-headed, stretching his legs on a Sunday antemeridian to feed Pringles to the geese. So why the funk? Do you still want to be a pre-med? He don’t like these questions—so he runs. Ah: runs. Riverrun past Leverett and Mather and Updike’s environs.