Whether you’re seeking heartwarming romance, personal reflection, or love poems to the earth, this curated list of recommendations has something for everyone.
On Thursday, Feb. 1, Antonia A. Hylton ’15 discussed her debut book “Madness: Race and Insanity in a Jim Crow Asylum” at the Cambridge Public Library.
Antonia A. Hylton and Jesse McCarthy at the Cambridge Public Library on Feb. 1.
Author Alma Guillermoprieto Talks Language and Cultural Identity at Harvard Writers Speak Conversation
Authors Alma Guillermoprieto and Valeria Luiselli discussed cultural identity, language, and portrayals of violence in literature and journalism at a Thursday speaker event hosted by the Harvard Mahindra Humanities Center.
Noah Kahan performed a rousing set to nearly 20,000 fans, radiating sensitivity, heartbreak, and an untethered love for New England.
Sasha Denisova, celebrated Ukrainian playwright and director, merges comedy and tragedy, fact and fiction, and the serious and the imaginative in "The Gaaga," a site-specific phantasmagoria.
Spatial sound, which gives listeners a “3D” sound experience, is being created and studied right here in Cambridge, Mass.
From “Catching Fire” to “Gone Girl,” here are some of The Crimson Arts’ favorite (and one not-so favorite) book-to-screen adaptations!
Notably, “Not Strong Enough” features an intricate layering of vocals, in which the artists offer both solos and harmonies.
The film gracefully ties together two plots through a series of converging moments, all of which center around the rapidly growing Calvary Chapel.
Two-time Booker Prize-winning author Margaret Atwood spoke to a packed crowd of fans in Sanders Theatre on her newly published short story collection “Old Babes in the Wood” Thursday.
The trajectory of American folk music follows the trajectory of American history.
Given the ongoing winter, here are some fun outings that will make you dread the cold a bit less.
“How to Be a (Young) Antiracist” is a piece of literature and movement that successfully and gently introduces topics of anti-racism to the next generation.
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
The Antisemitic Cartoon Is Everything Wrong With Discourse on Campus
Harvard President Garber, Corporation Condemn Antisemitic Image Posted by Pro-Palestine Groups
‘Unmistakably Antisemitic’: Harvard College Dean Khurana Slams Student Groups Over Instagram Post