Crimson staff writer
Marley E. Dias
‘We Are More Than Deserving of A Seat at The Table’: Influencer Soleil Golden on Navigating Digital Girlhood
While she was once a girl disconnected from internet culture, Soleil E. Golden finds herself at the core of what it means to be a force online today.
So You Want to Listen to Hip Hop: A Lens for Black History
This list is a compilation of the underappreciated yet historic rap songs that continue to inform the artists of today, honoring hip hop as Black history.
What the Hell Happened: The Fenty Bowl From Up Close
With her Apple Music Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show, Rihanna has proved that she is an unprecedented cultural force.
Ten Songs for Every Valentine’s Day Mood
Whether you’ll be celebrating in the arms of someone you love or having a party all to yourself, music is a great way to process whatever emotions have been buried for the past 364 days.
‘You People’ Review: Big Budget and Big Swings
While “You People” makes an earnest attempt to connect with audiences, it muddles the many nuances of cross-cultural families.
Harvard Authors Spotlight: Mattie Kahn and the Greatness of Girls
Kahn’s interest in activism and political expression, the basis of her debut book, began before her time at the College, but has evolved to encompass the often underrepresented multitudes of womanhood.
‘Entergalactic' Review: A 'Full on Monet'
While Mescudi creates a visually appealing and modern adult animation, its simplistic plot makes the show feel like a monotonous combination of montages backed by his original music.
Black Excellence at Harvard: The 2022 W.E.B. DuBois Ceremony
Each speaker delivered moving and emotional speeches about the urgency of advancing equity for Black people, emphasizing how much work must still be done toward this end.
Top 5 Fall Fashion Predictions (at Harvard and Beyond)
After the humid and stylistically-confusing weather of summer’s end, fall has finally arrived.