Taylor S. Johnson
A List of Tracks for Your Next Breakup
This one is for your “main character moment” as you romanticize your own misfortune.
Harvard ARTS FIRST Festival Brings Community to Campus
Much like the events from the festival ignited curiosity and wonder in viewers, the ARTS FIRST Festival sparked a sense of unity across the Harvard community.
Artist Profile: Kristian Hardy ’24 on Representing Black Womanhood in Theater
As an artist, Kristian Hardy aims to showcase a wide variety of Black women's stories, which includes embracing uncomfortable and difficult topics.
‘Chevalier’ Review: Why ‘Chevalier’ is No One’s Knight in Shining Armor
The film “Chevalier” turns the volume back up and gives Bologne a space to shine. However, the film lacks the depth that nuances his story.
‘Love is Blind’ Season 3 Review: Is it Really Love or Just Drama
With all the giggles and gasps caused by this season, it is very easy to forget that the show is purportedly about finding real love.
Joe Goldberg, ‘You’ Can Keep Your Clothes On
This prevalence of exploitative sex scenes is the fault of creators, of course, but also the people that choose to give it a platform.