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Najya S. Gause

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‘The Infinite Loop / El lazo infinito’ Review: Dialogues on Hope

This translated collection gracefully intertwines Spanish and English, creating an infinite loop of dialogues between languages, pages, people, and words.

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In the Gallery of Rhythms: Unveiling 50 Years of Hip-Hop History Through the Private Collection of Ice-T and DJ Afrika Islam

The diversity in media made clear the fact that hiphop is not just music — and it never has been.

50 Years of Hip-Hop: Playlist

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50 Years of Hip-Hop: The Producers Who Made It Happen

It feels necessary to highlight some of hip hop’s greatest producers throughout each era in order to celebrate it to the fullest.

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It Gets Better: Tyler, the Creator’s ‘CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST: The Estate Sale’ Review

“The Estate Sale” acts as a post-album EP, continuing the themes and storylines of the original album.

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Why We Loved “Everything Everywhere All At Once”

“Everything Everywhere All At Once” is changing the awards landscape for the better, and audiences need to strap in and get excited.

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From the Soul, For the Soul: De La Soul is Finally Streaming

Two weeks after Trugoy’s death and years of legal battles, De La Soul’s legendary catalog finally made it to streaming platforms on March 3.

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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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My Favorite Niche Emojis (And How to Use Them)

Some feelings and thoughts can no longer be conveyed within the constraints of language.

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Your Next Valentine’s Day Read: Our Favorite Love Stories

A list of the Harvard Crimson Art's favorite Valentine's Day reads to add to your bookshelves!

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Concert Review: A Gorgeous Evening with Gregory Alan Isakov at Boston’s Roadrunner

After many standout moments, fans left satisfied and excited to hear what’s on the horizon for Gregory Alan Isakov.

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Reflecting on the Sweetness of Girlhood with Safia Elhillo

In her poems, Elhillo questions her family’s history and culture while reminiscing about the sweetness of her childhood.

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Foods that Feel Like Home

The way I can taste the Earth in every bitter bite. How could it not feel like home?

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‘The Hair Tales’ Premiere Review: Black Women’s Stories of Trauma and Joy

Despite the fact that trauma is ever-present in the hair stories of many Black women, “The Hair Tales” does a commendable job of displaying the joy that inevitably shines through.

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‘90 Proof’ Single Review: Smino and J. Cole are Back at it Again

The track’s cover art depicts a mean wince on Smino’s face, contrasting the silky and smooth-sounding song with a beautiful portrayal of Smino’s outlook on love — sometimes it’s hard to swallow.