Crimson staff writer
Emma Y. Miao
‘Boat’ Single Review: Guys, it Only Half-Sunked
In “Boat,” Sheeran leaves the listener craving more substance, emotional charge, and cohesion.
Eleganza MMXXIII: ‘Rebirth’ Electrifies Crowds at Bright-Landry Hockey Center
The event drew resounding praise from the student crowd, some of whom traveled from the Boston area or further in order to see the show.
Shaich’s Stake in Tatte: Ex-Panera CEO’s Value-Based Investing Paradigm
Today, stepping into Tatte in Harvard Square feels different from entering a fast-food chain, even in bakery form.
Artist Profile: Annika Huprikar on Film Scoring and Following Her Passions
Her energy and passion for music were striking as Huprikar remarked on her experience in her dual degree, and how she splits up her time.
‘Soft Apocalypse’ Review: Love Conquers All in Leah Nieboer’s Neon Futuristic Dream Stream
Poet Leah Nieboer creates an eerie, neon-backlit, postmodern American universe, populated by characters who find solace and support in each other amidst a setting of pockmarked, post-industrial ruin.
Reading at Grolier Poetry: Isabel Galleymore and Gabrielle Calvocoressi Create a Cistern of Tenderness
The space resembled a kind of cistern, in which Galleymore and Calvocoressi explored themes of animalism, absence, grief, wonder, and tenderness.