In her latest film “First Cow,” writer-director Kelly Reichardt follows the story of Cookie (John Magaro), a man just ousted from a group of fur trappers in early 19th century America.
“Waves,” the latest A24 film directed by Trey Edward Shults, takes us on the roller coaster ride of suburban American adolescence.
Artist Erica Licea-Kane eloquently re-words the "half-space" as “a mathematical term for checkerboarding.”
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Through its tailored script, breathtaking performance, and intricate staging, “Mean Ghouls” builds a mystical world then ruptures it in a mesmerizing act of liberation.
It turns out all of BTS’s members are mischief makers.
Lin-Manuel Miranda and John M. Chu. What a duo. Could a two minute trailer really do their combined genius justice? The answer is — apparently — yes!
The year of 1912 was an especially important point in the trajectory of American modern poetry, due to the inception of a few key poetry practices and institutions.
The image of the duo’s younger selves obtained from the show is inseparable from their personas in the current, as the same is probably true for the rest of us.
Throughout the conversation, six famous architects touched on topics ranging from European modernity, to the concept of form, to generational divides among architects.
Harvard Announces 'Data Science Ready' Course, First on New Harvard Online Platform
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Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Advises Students to ‘Think About Calling In, Versus Calling Out’
Nearly One Third of Harvard Undergrads Favor Proposals to Abolish or Defund HUPD