Crimson staff writer

Lance R. He

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Harvard Book Store and Raven Used Books: A Tale of Two Bookstores

Two local bookstores highlight the uncertainties and often crippling realities of two diverging approaches to combating the pandemic's effects.

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From Our Writers: What Books Kept You Sane In Quarantine?

Our writers turned to books for solace throughout quarantine: Here are their top picks for what soothed them most.

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In Retrospect: A Strange Love (for 'Dr. Strangelove')

Although it was released almost 60 years ago in 1964, Stanley Kubrick's film “Dr. Strangelove” is still downright absurd today.

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It’s About Time: Revisiting 'Inception'

In 10 years, Christopher Nolan's “Inception” has established itself as the beginning of an era of film, from bombastic horn-filled scores to fantastical practical effects.

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A (Not-so) Socially-Distant Network: A Retrospective

Since its release in 2010, David Fincher’s “The Social Network” has developed into a cornerstone of the public perception of entrepreneurship and a unique look into the founding of Facebook.

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Portrait of an Artist: Harvard Mariachi Veritas’ Bridgette Ramirez

The Harvard Crimson spoke with Ramirez about her favorite performance, fostering virtual community, and the future for Harvard Mariachi Veritas.

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‘Mank,’ An Intergenerational Biopic, Finally on the (Home) Big Screen

At long last, after a six year absence from the silver screen, David Fincher returns to the director’s chair with his widely anticipated film “Mank.”