Max M. Jepsen
Psychedelics Club Art Show: A Space for Creativity for Its Own Sake
The art show has become a cornerstone of the Psychedelics Club community, and creates a new space for the Harvard student body.
Travis Scott and Pharell Williams’ 'Down in Atlanta' is Fun Yet Unambitious
“Down in Atlanta” is a high-quality single, but it isn’t a good sign for fans who hope to see a return to Travis Scott’s heights of musical ambition and originality.
‘The Peripheral’ Premiere Review: An Intriguing but Overly Ambitious Sci-Fi Adventure
The pilot of “The Peripheral” attracts viewers into a vibrant and action-packed world and introduces the show effectively, leaving questions that feel important and pressing.
An Argument for Returning the Benin Bronzes at Harvard
An entire 47 works of the so-called “Benin Bronzes” at Harvard are part of its colonial legacy.
Music Video Breakdown: ‘Money’ Adds Depth to JID's Catalog
The “Money” music video layers meaning on top of the song's nostalgic mood and underlying focus on parental neglect and drug abuse, creating an emotionally affecting and beautiful narrative that makes the already poignant song even more captivating.