The Harvard Crimson sat down with Adele Lim, co-screenwriter of "Crazy Rich Asians," to discuss representation in the film and Asian stories in mainstream media.
It was easy to forget at certain points that the marines’ mistreatment of women and hyper-masculine violence is meant to take place half a century ago.
Perhaps it is better to just look up videos of Von Radics’ performances instead.
Students are bringing Sophocles’ “Electra” to the Adams Pool Theatre on April 12 and to theaters around the world this summer.
“A Woman is No Man” concludes with just a hint of disappointment at the story that it could have been.
Crime thrillers are never in short supply in the world of network television, but NBC’s “The Enemy Within” is off to an engaging start.
From someone who has consumed Food Network since elementary school, here are the top five shows the Food Network has ever produced.
These pieces vary on the spectrum of pop and rock, but they all capture something romantic (in the nineteenth century sense of the term) to tide over turbulent souls.
Chanting “youth united will never be defeated” and “youth need labor,” several members of Harvard’s Phillips Brooks House Association and local students marched for youth job funding at the eleventh annual Dreams of Our Future rally in Boston Thursday.
The speakers at Wednesday's forum included Turkish dissident and NBA player Enes Kanter, Somali social activist Leyla Hussein, Venezuelan violinist Wuilly Arteaga, Harvard professor Steven A. Pinker, and Chinese human rights activist Ti-Anna Wang.
Just like its characters, “Dear Ex” is imperfect, yet emotionally gripping, as it presents broken individuals seeking resolution for their messy and interwoven pasts.
Students and administrators representing 35 colleges and universities from across the country convened at Harvard Kennedy School this past weekend to attend the National Campaign for Political and Civic Engagement hosted by the Institute of Politics.
The Association of Black Harvard Women held a discussion Thursday to address sexual assault and its impact on black women in the wake of the release of “Surviving R. Kelly” and news that Harvard Law School professor Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. will serve on Harvey Weinstein’s legal team.
“Into the Spider-Verse” highlights Spider-Man's sense of universality, as the multiple realities attest that “anyone can be behind the mask.”
Ruth Bader Ginsburg faces gender discrimination in a number of ways. Even the number of scenes in which Jones is the only woman in the shot is telling.