Crimson staff writer
Najya S. Gause
It Gets Better: Tyler, the Creator’s ‘CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST: The Estate Sale’ Review
“The Estate Sale” acts as a post-album EP, continuing the themes and storylines of the original album.
Why We Loved “Everything Everywhere All At Once”
“Everything Everywhere All At Once” is changing the awards landscape for the better, and audiences need to strap in and get excited.
Arts List: Our Favorite Book-to-Screen Adaptations
From “Catching Fire” to “Gone Girl,” here are some of The Crimson Arts’ favorite (and one not-so favorite) book-to-screen adaptations!
From the Soul, For the Soul: De La Soul is Finally Streaming
Two weeks after Trugoy’s death and years of legal battles, De La Soul’s legendary catalog finally made it to streaming platforms on March 3.
My Favorite Niche Emojis (And How to Use Them)
Some feelings and thoughts can no longer be conveyed within the constraints of language.
Your Next Valentine’s Day Read: Our Favorite Love Stories
A list of the Harvard Crimson Art's favorite Valentine's Day reads to add to your bookshelves!
Concert Review: A Gorgeous Evening with Gregory Alan Isakov at Boston’s Roadrunner
After many standout moments, fans left satisfied and excited to hear what’s on the horizon for Gregory Alan Isakov.
Reflecting on the Sweetness of Girlhood with Safia Elhillo
In her poems, Elhillo questions her family’s history and culture while reminiscing about the sweetness of her childhood.
Foods that Feel Like Home
The way I can taste the Earth in every bitter bite. How could it not feel like home?