If Harvard is serious about education as a civil right, it is time to start offering College courses in Massachusetts prisons.
"Wolves" effectively showcases West’s emotional state, but is anticlimactic and overly autotuned.
It is especially important in this day and age with such diversity and interconnectedness to emphasize solidarity between different communities and fight not only for your own rights but for those of people everywhere.
The event, entitled “Mastering Style: The Learning and Teaching of Writing,” was organized by the Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching.
The Arts Blog examines FKA Twig's attempt to make Google Glass lastingly trendy.
Les Sins’s debut album, “Michael,” is an energetic record that manages to be captivating while moving away from Toro y Moi’s lyrically driven style.
“Black Ballerina” has musical potential when it comes to production, but extraneous elements like hazy verses and creepy spoken interludes alienate the listener.
Director Steven De Castro explores the last years of Fred Ho ’79, who was an avant-garde jazz musician/composer who played baritone saxophone, an author, a clothing designer, and a major face in Asian American radical activism.
The Arts Blog presents a provocative Dylan-themed book from the bottom of the Crimson Arts book box.