The Harvard Crimson
The Harvard Crimson Presents
The Arts 2019 Year-In-Review
The Harvard Crimson ranks the best movies, TV shows, albums, and books of the year, while writing some not-exactly-serious vanities.
The Best Art of 2019
Top 10 Films of 2019
Top 10 TV Shows of 2019
Top 10 Books of 2019
Top 10 Albums of 2019
The Vanities: A Touch of Levity
Arts Vanity: Five Books You Don’t Have to Have Read to Be an Arts Editor
Arts Vanity: The Five Stages of Sophomore Slump as Musical Numbers
Arts Vanity: Applying to Harvard? Arts Can Help!
Arts Vanity: Art That I Hate (For No Reason)
Arts Vanity: Students in Your Section as RuPaul’s Drag Race Contestants
Arts Vanity: Amidst Box Office Success of 'Frozen 2,' Disney Announces Plans for Franchise Expansion
Arts Vanity: Memoir of An Arts Exec Who Gratuitously References ‘30 Rock’
Arts Vanity: Is This Therapy or Just a Gentle Michael Schur Sitcom?
Arts Vanity: Unpopular Arts Opinions as Feminist Film Theory
Arts Vanity: What Art Heists Tell Us About Vanity
Arts Vanity: Is this my Co – Star ‘Day at a Glance’ or a Horror Movie Quote?
Arts Vanity: Give Gen Z What It Wants: Five Musical Artists from the 2000s That Deserve Dramatic Biopics
Arts Vanity: Should I Publish This Controversial Take? A Field Guide
Arts Vanity: The Mona Lisa is Laughing At You, And Other True Conspiracies
Arts Vanity: Top 5 Trends in Gen Z Talk
Arts Vanity: I Inspired Dolly Parton’s ‘Jolene’
Editors’ Note: Arts Hits One Million!