Out of all the theaters in all the world, “Casablanca” showed up in our local one, proving to audiences that it is a perfect watch for a Valentine’s Day date night.
“House of Flame and Shadow” by Sarah J. Maas marks the third installment in her “Crescent City” series. It is thrilling and sexy but it is also sort of a mess.
The Harvard Book Store’s midnight party allowed fans to connect over a shared passion for friendship and fiction.
Artist Profile: Brandon Sanderson on Fan Theories, ‘Wind and Truth,’ and Building His Fantasy Empire
Brandon Sanderson is more than just an author: He’s an institution. Audiences are waiting for the fifth installment of his Stormlight Archive series.
“Girls Will Be Girls” looks girlhood straight in the eye, embracing every part of the mess that comes alongside it.
You see, I have a problem — I have too many opinions.
Giving a gift is hard, especially when it’s a book. The Harvard Crimson is here to recommend some books to give this holiday season.
In her nonfiction book, “Downeast: Five Maine Girls and the Unseen Story of Rural America,” Georges paints a new picture of this rural corner of the United States and suggests that optimism remains alive in rural America.
“NEXT GOAL WINS” is not overly ambitious or extraordinarily clever, but it is an exceedingly upbeat film that leaves viewers feeling a bit more uplifted than when the movie began.
Amanda Peters’ newest novel, “The Berry Pickers,” is all about cause and effect.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we’re celebrating this holiday season by sharing the books that we’re most grateful for.
So, you want to read fantasy. You couldn’t have picked a better genre to explore.
“Now and Then” serves as the Beatles’ last bow, and nods to both the beauty of their past musical legacy and the bright future of audio technology.
Coulson’s work is sure to invite readers to keep this idea in mind and reconsider how museums tell stories about their art.
In an interview with The Harvard Crimson, Cakes discussed how she entered the book space, social media’s effects on the publishing sphere, and advice for young professionals looking to pursue what they love.
As Harvard Warns of Disciplinary Action, Pro-Palestine Groups Apologize for Antisemitic Image
Amid Backlash to Antisemitic Post, Harvard Professor Resigns From Pro-Palestine Groups
Harvard President Garber, Corporation Condemn Antisemitic Image Posted by Pro-Palestine Groups
New York Times, Get out of My School
Harvard President Garber to Visit London as University Looks to Contain Donor Backlash