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Arielle C. Frommer

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Kelsey Kreppel

Artist Profile: Kelsey Kreppel on Fashion, Authenticity, and Her Classroom Roots

Kelsey Kreppel didn’t expect to become an influencer. Today, she is a successful YouTuber and podcast host.

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Year in Review

Arts Vanity: My Art History Obsession Has Gone Too Far

Spawning from the glorified fan fiction that I shared at the HUAHS event, I present: If famous artists were students at Harvard, here is who I think they would be and why.

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The Books We’re Most Thankful for: A Gratitude Practice

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we’re celebrating this holiday season by sharing the books that we’re most grateful for.


Fall into Harvard: Autumnal Vignettes from Crimson Arts

Read on for some of the Arts Board’s favorite fall memories, from the beauty of fall foliage in New England to all the delicious tastes of autumn!

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So You Want to Read Fantasy

So, you want to read fantasy. You couldn’t have picked a better genre to explore.

09/21/23 An Awfully Good Puzzle

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‘Lost Places’ Review: An Eclectic, Delectable Blend of Fantasy and Reality

In “Lost Places,” Pinsker expertly moves through dystopian landscapes, fantasy worlds, and gritty realism to craft a collection that explores the depths of the human experience.

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‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Premiere Review: Thank You and Good Night

After four seasons of performing stand-up, donning glamorous outfits, and bickering good-naturedly with her agent and partner-in-crime Susie Myerson (Alex Borstein), Miriam “Midge” Maisel will finally be saying goodbye to audiences forever.


Comfort Shows To Get You Through Finals

In honor of the end of the semester, here is a selection of the Arts board's favorite comfort shows.

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Boston Ballet’s ‘Don Quixote’: The Delightful Return of a Classic Tale

Boston Ballet's "Don Quixote" truly goes above and beyond in all aspects of the performance.

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‘Succession’ Season 4 Episode 2 Review: Money Can’t Buy Love

As always, “Succession” perfectly balances drama and comedy, from sharp banter exchanged between the three siblings, whose newfound camaraderie is threatened by their own conflicting motivations.

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Dr. Felix Flicker Discusses ‘The Magick of Physics’ at the Harvard Science Center

“People will agree that there’s something inherently magical about the stars,” said Flicker.

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Arts List: Our Favorite Book-to-Screen Adaptations

From “Catching Fire” to “Gone Girl,” here are some of The Crimson Arts’ favorite (and one not-so favorite) book-to-screen adaptations!

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Vashti, Esther, And The Feminist History of Purim

Truthfully, both women can be celebrated as feminist heroes in their own ways.

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‘On the Origin of Time’ Review: A Spectacular Synopsis of Hawking’s Final Theory

By adding to Hawking’s canon of pioneering works in cosmology, Hertog illustrates a more complete and elegant picture of the universe than ever before.