Crimson staff writer
Alessandro M. M. Drake
Currently the Music Executive for the Harvard Crimson.
In her latest collection, Amber McBride spins together a beautiful web of interconnected pieces relating to her identity as a Black woman.
Several Harvard students reflect on the subtleties of a dormant nature, memories long past, and how to find the light in the darkness of winter.
Penn & Teller Live Review: With Flourishes, Jokes, and a Sprinkle of Magic, Penn & Teller Mostly Succeed in their Family-Oriented Show
Shedding the traditional mystique of a magic show, some of the more intriguing segments came in the form of explanations.
Welcome. Have a seat! Given that my tenure as music executive soon begins, it is now my time to judge you on the most important minutia of the musical world — song length — and tell you what this means about your worth as a person. Let’s begin.
Read on for some of the Arts Board’s favorite fall memories, from the beauty of fall foliage in New England to all the delicious tastes of autumn!
Aristocracy, monarchy, geopolitics, climate disasters — these are some of the heavy themes broached by the season opener of “Princess Power,” a new children’s TV show streaming on Netflix.
With seven albums released, hundreds of songs written, and a decade on top of the pop music industry, is Ed Sheeran beginning to lose his touch?
Sheeran’s incredible voice and talented accompaniment on the acoustic version actually complements the lyrics, or at least makes them easier to ignore.