Arts Vanity: The Outfits from ‘Emily in Paris’ I’d Wear Abroad
On my student worker budget, do not have tens of thousands of dollars to spend on (questionable) designer clothing like Emily. But that doesn’t mean I can’t dream!
Arts Vanity: The Boston Common AMC Is The Moment
This megaplex movie theater is the closest thing you will find to heaven on the streets of Boston.
Editors' Note: To Our Friends
A note from the Arts Chairs of the 149th Guard of The Harvard Crimson.
Arts Vanity: The ‘Julie and The Phantoms’ Soundtrack Was My Top Album Of 2020
For the unenlightened, “Julie and the Phantoms” is a hit Netflix children's series released in Sept. 2020.
Arts Vanity: Top 5 Websites I’ve Had to Block This Year to Save My Productivity
After a year, I’ve amassed quite the list of time-wasting sinkholes, from the general to the embarrassingly niche, that I will never allow my browser to navigate to again.
Arts Vanity: My Love-Hate Relationship with ‘A Game of Thrones’
Incoming Culture Exec Arielle C. Frommer will probably still be waiting for “The Winds of Winter” when you read this. Please feel free to reach out to her at email@example.com, especially if you have updates about “Winds.” Please.
Arts Vanity: A Playlist for When You Miss the Quad Shuttle, But It’s All Songs from the ‘Shrek’ Franchise
Here is a carefully curated playlist of songs to listen to when the Quad-Yard Express pulls away when you are just a few yards away from the door.
Arts Vanity: Shameless Self-Plug: Book Me To DJ Your Party!
My name is Alisa, and welcome to our top 10 party songs you will never hear at any party Dj’ed by me. So sit back, take notes, and you’ll never have to worry about your aux being mistaken for a MIT frat bro’s.
Arts Vanity: Level-up Your Charcuterie Board With These Eight Must-Haves
Have you already mastered charcuterie board making? Do you want to wow your friends and family this holiday season?
Arts Vanity: The Power of Children’s Cartoons
While I think about how ridiculous and inept and not-at-all like an adult I feel, I remember the cartoons that raised me.
Arts Vanity: Music Award Show Performances That Are Culturally Important Moments
I am an avid watcher of music award show performances. No, not music award shows, specifically music award show performances.
Arts Vanity: Could Artificial Intelligence Replace Our Beloved Arts Writers?
I asked ChatGPT to write reviews of some of the most popular art (Film, Music, TV, Books, and Theatre) The Crimson Arts has reviewed in the past. Here's what happened.
Arts Vanity: Smith Campus Center’s Confusing, Acoustic Disney Music
There has been some new bravery and audacity in whoever chooses the music that hundreds of students will listen to while studying.
Arts Vanity: Windows Down, Broken Aux Cord: A Groove Groove Revolution
There are a few simple truths in life: Roosters will always crow at dawn, Floridians will never learn how to use their turn signals on 6-lane highways, and, if riding in my car, anticipate a few brief intermissions in the tracklist.
Arts Vanity: Bringing Back Books and Liquor
For the last year, we’ve published every piece under our jurisdiction in the Books section of The Harvard Crimson. But whenever we searched for the “books” tag in our website’s administration system, a mysterious category would pop up: “books and liquor.”
Arts Vanity: The Dilettante’s Guide to Tasteful Cycling
What follows is a list of insights and recommendations for maximizing the artistic experience of riding a bike.
Arts Vanity: A STEM Concentrator’s Favorite Music To PSet To
As a Chemistry concentrator, I’ve spent many a night determining ways to synthesize analogs of morphine and finding values of 𝛾 such that a pacemaker can be automated to prevent abnormal heart rhythms.
Arts Vanity: A Taylor Swift Song for Every Month
Anyone who knows me is aware that if I’m not in the comforts of my mouse-infested DeWolfe dorm or encompassed by the deafening silence of my thoughts in Lamont, I can be found cycling through Taylor Swift’s entire discography.
Arts Vanity: A Sonnet for 14 Plympton Street
Outgoing Editor-at-Large and former Music Executive Clara V. Nguyen ‘23 looks forward to a peaceful retirement. To suggest songs she should listen to in her newfound free time, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arts Vanity: Which Insane ‘Riverdale’ Plot Are You Based on Your Zodiac Sign?
I thought I would help you figure out which bizarre plot you are based on your Zodiac sign (you’re welcome!)
Arts Vanity: Top 10 Rookie Mistakes Made in the 'Hunger Games'
I took it upon myself to craft together 10 of the biggest mistakes rookies would make in the Hunger Games.
Arts Vanity: I Would Sell my Kidney to Meet Bruno Mars
In the common room of our Lowell suite, one of my eight blockmates posed the question which would come to redefine our relationship forever: What would you give up to meet your favorite celebrity?
Arts Vanity: My Music Playlists as Stages of Being Bipolar
As a fuck you to the stereotypes and an ode to my ~eclectic~ music taste, I present: bipolar disorder, the playlist edition.
Arts Vanity: My Life as an Amateur Interior Dorm Designer
Many underestimate the power of a few household garnishes here and there, but interior dorm design isn’t something one can pick up willy-nilly.
Arts Vanity: Help! The Impractical Jokers are Ruining My Life
Outgoing Social EAL / Unofficial Film EAL / EAL’s Corner Executive Connor S. Dowd has been a social experiment conducted by truTV in association with the “Impractical Jokers.” Don’t tell him that we told you or else you’ll ruin the prank.