Crimson staff writer
Allison S. Park
‘Flowers of Fire’ Review: A Compelling Exploration of South Korea’s Feminist Movement
“Flowers of Fire” is a compelling exploration of South Korea's feminist movement that offers readers a nuanced understanding of its history and cultural context.
Circa’s ‘Sacre’ Review: Defying the Limits of Circus Performance On Stage
Circa’s original interpretation of Stravinsky’s “The Rite of Spring” spoke to the company’s overall vision of fusing elements of circus performance with traditional performing art forms; namely theater and dance.
Arts Vanity: A Taylor Swift Song for Every Month
Anyone who knows me is aware that if I’m not in the comforts of my mouse-infested DeWolfe dorm or encompassed by the deafening silence of my thoughts in Lamont, I can be found cycling through Taylor Swift’s entire discography.
Gen Z Runs the World: Harvard Square Restaurant Edition
El Jefe’s Taqueria has a new location? Kung Fu Tea has a new competitor in town? Why does Harvard Square have not one, not two, but three ramen restaurants?
Boston Ballet’s ‘MINDscape’: The Fusion of Classical and Contemporary
These exciting contemporary works not only captivated the audience with their novelty, but also with their revolutionary fusion of classical and contemporary elements in ballet.
Cultivating Public Art in Cambridge: Piedmont’s Shadow Box
Every inch of Harvard Square must be utilized for small businesses to remain profitable. Within this bustling, commercial zone of Cambridge, however, there lies a hidden gem: A small place for public art.
‘Pitch Dark at Four O’Krok: A Veri-Cambridge Jam’: A Concert to Remember
Paying homage to their pasts as well as nodding to the future, the three groups truly produced a concert to remember.
‘Between Us’ Review: Little Mix’s Power of Sisterhood Remains
“Between Us” revolves around the power of sisterhood and friendship that has been a theme for Little Mix through all of their years in the spotlight.
Post-Pandemic Technical Theater: Students Readjust to In-Person Roles
Theater productions often rely heavily on the people behind the scenes. However, after more than a year without in-person performances, many students involved in technical theater have graduated, with no one with comparable experience to fill their place.
‘The Feels’ Review: TWICE’s Upbeat Manifestation of Love
Album after album and single after single, TWICE continues to display their dependable character as a top K-pop group.