The Harvard Crimson spoke with Emma Brock about playing Michael Scott in "The Office! The Musical Parody."
The sweaty crowd laden in eyeliner and leather jackets had lined up outside the Boston nightclub to see a sad, goofy Scottish boy play his guitar.
In honor of this past weekend’s National Coming Out Day, here’s a list of all the queer musical goddesses you could possibly want.
Do SNL’s political skits deserve the moral high ground they’re often given just because they make Trump angry? I’d argue they just make things worse.
But then, what right does an artist have to tell any writer what they can and can’t say? That seems a particularly Trumpian idea.
Due to a whirlwind of weather-induced scheduling changes, only 11 of the planned 27 acts in Governors Ball’s Sunday lineup ended up being able to perform.
BROCKHAMPTON are out to be the best, to “redefine the word ‘boy band,’” and to take on any limited definitions of masculinity the world tries to force on them.
It was an almost ludicrous confession emanating from this wild, towering woman. How could she possibly believe her excess was anything other than mesmerizing?
As they neared the end of the set, it was difficult not to feel that there was something genuinely fresh about their shiny, self-aware brand of indie rock.
At the end of the day, Kacey Musgraves is just a girl with a guitar — but she sure will leave you with a smile on your face.
On the surface, it’s kind of ridiculous that it’s taken Marvel 11 years to release one movie led by a woman.
"Over the last 10 festivals, we’ve booked really diverse line ups, so you’ve got a lot of hip hop, a lot of indie rock, DJs, rock and roll bands, comedians, even podcasts. If I had to say there’s one common thread, it’s artists that tend to be incredible live performers."
On his debut album “Sing To Me Instead,” Platt is right next to you, sitting at his living room piano with a visceral kind of honesty.
The Harvard Crimson sits down with director Alison Klayman to discuss her documentary, "The Brink," about Steve Bannon, the former chairman of Breitbart News and President Donald Trump's Chief Strategist.
Isabella Boylston, an icon of American classical ballet, came to Harvard's Office of Career Services on Feb. 25.
Harvard Political Review Managing Editor Resigns Citing ‘Racist’ Incidents
Celebrating Scholars, not Scholarships
Former Winthrop Dean Sullivan Criticizes Admins During Constitutional Law Society Event
Hundreds Sign Letter Condemning Asian Groups for Failing to Co-Sponsor DACA Walk-Out
Group Protests The Crimson’s Coverage of ‘Abolish ICE’ Rally