The Harvard Crimson sat down with campus artist Joy Nesbitt to discuss her journey to becoming a singer-songwriter and upcoming album "Atlas Rising."
Recent examples of color-blind casting — casting that does not take race or ethnicity into account — reveal the complexities that develop when exclusion and rejection of authenticity are disguised as an egalitarian artistic convention.
Our writers turned to books for solace throughout quarantine: Here are their top picks for what soothed them most.
Despite being centered around an occasionally dull game, “The Queen’s Gambit” is unfailingly thrilling, endearing, smart, and — somehow — a bit sexy.
Lithgow manages to craft poems that are not only distinctive, but also hilarious, engaging, and surprising.
If there’s a recipe for contemporary action/sci-fi/superhero movies that are entertaining but oh-so clichéd, then “Project Power,” a Netflix film directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, follows that recipe to a T.
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