Crimson staff writer
Rachel A. Beard
“Percy Jackson and the Olympians” has been a beacon of hope for fans seeking redemption from previous adaptations of Rick Riordan’s beloved series.
Adapting a socially conscious series like “Squid Game” into a reality show highlights a tension between artistic integrity and commercial interests.
Taylor Swift’s “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” isn’t just a nostalgic nod to her past — it’s a record-breaking phenomenon.
For some, it's a nostalgic trip down memory lane, while for others, it's an exciting new encounter with a legendary musical saga.
The Harvard Square Open Market, which first opened last summer, has provided a wealth of opportunities for local artists and entrepreneurs.
Hollywood, in all its glitz and glamor, is a world built upon stories, and it's heartening to see those who pen them finally get their due.
“Acceptance” dives deep into Nietfeld’s experiences with resilience, ambition, and the true cost of success.
The strikes by the WGA and SAG-AFTRA represent a crucial stand for human creativity in an industry revolutionized by digital technology.
By challenging decisions like the one in Missouri and advocating for the constitutional rights of all citizens, including those of the LGBTQ+ community, we can help prevent further attacks on libraries.