Outgoing Arts Chair Victoria Lin '17 is exposed as a desperate hanger-on to the Arts board with her shoot paper supporting her candidacy for Calendar exec.
Outgoing chairs Ha D.H. Le '17 and Victoria Lin '17 look back on the past year of Crimson Arts and give thanks.
One-third the guy who wrote the Grammy-nominated Bruno Mars hit “Grenade” and two-thirds the team behind Britney Spears’ early aughts-defining “Toxic," Miike Snow know their way around a pop song. Prior to the start of their summer tour, vocalist Andrew Wyatt sat down with The Crimson to talk the band’s beginnings, the process of producing an album from three different continents, and the irreverence of Miike Snow.
The music track of the applied math concentration brings together computation, mathematical modeling, and music theory and composition to produce a uniquely quantitative study that serve to redefine Harvard’s liberal arts system for the silicon age.
“Everybody has sex, and it’s something people wanna hear about,” Zayn Malik said of "Pillowtalk" in an interview with The Sunday Times; and it would seem that when Malik is the one doing the talking (or rather the singing), “Pillowtalk” is indeed something that people want to hear.
The Crimson (fails to) explore how incoming Arts Chair Ha Le juggles the 732 academic requirements she must fulfill as a biomedical engineering concentrator, the five-hour film screenings she attends weekly for her visual and environmental studies secondary, and the responsibilities of being a Campus Arts exec.
Following the premiere of its much-maligned experimental documentary, “The Reflektor Tapes,” Arcade Fire is debuting five previously unreleased songs—two of which, “Get Right” and “Crucified Again,” will be released on 7-inch vinyl.
Formed in 2000 by Yo-Yo Ma '76, the Silk Road Ensemble seeks to promote cross-cultural understanding through music. As artists in residence at Harvard since 2005, the music group participated in a panel discussion on Monday, April 20, and gave a concert with Ma last Friday.
After the Pudding's annual parade and comedy roast, Poehler, the star of NBC’s sitcom “Parks and Recreation,” discussed the irony of receiving an honor at a university that she had long considered elitist.
I wrote a column this past semester, “Catwalk Society,” which lampooned various issues in the fashion industry, with a focus on those concerning modeling. The problems I described were pretty serious, I thought, and would require a total overhaul of our society’s way of thinking about race, body, gender, etc.
Victoria Lin investigates the slew of problems that male models are faced with.
A small cohort of students at Harvard aspire to work after graduation in fashion, a field not often pursued. These students, through various media, attempt to cultivate their passion despite Harvard’s absence of fashion-specific resources.
Victoria Lin explores the dark, consumer driven push behind the rise in transgender modeling.