Crimson staff writer
Anya B. Cheng
25 Years Later, Baz Luhrmann's ‘Romeo + Juliet’ Has Stood the Test of Time
Although his unabashed and reckless style occasionally clouds the purity of the original play, Luhrmann’s work has stood the test of time as a blazing, brilliant and vibrant love story whose actors and scenery bring the script to life.
Single Review: Jennifer Lopez’s ‘On My Way’ is an Advertisement, Not a Love Song
Much like the premise of Lopez's upcoming movie "Marry Me," the song “On My Way” is equally cliché.
‘Museum of Objects Burned by the Souls in Purgatory’ Review: Jeffery Thomson Brings Dead Art to Life
Imagine a museum containing a carbonite statue of Han Solo, the Notre-Dame Cathedral, and a Costa Rican beach. This is the museum that Jeffery Thomson curates in this collection.
What the Hell Happened: TikTok’s Devious Lick Trend
Where, exactly, have all the bathroom soap dispensers gone? As with most things today, the answer to this mystery lies with TikTok.
Karina L. Cowperthwaite ’23 Profile: Can Anyone Be ‘Legally Blonde’?
Cowperthwaite has high hopes not only for the performance itself, but also for its role in a larger effort to bring Asian voices to mainstream theater at Harvard and in the broader world.