Emmy dates remain stagnant amidst television’s changing timeline

Fox will be televising the 71st annual Emmy Awards for television this Sunday. All of your favorite TV shows will likely get called: “Game of Thrones” (2011–2019), “Succession” (2018–), “Pose” (2018–), “Fleabag” (2016–2019), etc. We get it. There is an overflow of good television. Although this sounds like complaining, the copious level of quality television […]

Q&A: Folk rock band Saintseneca talks tour, new record

Editor’s note: This interview has been edited for length and clarity. The rock band, Saintseneca, from Columbus, Ohio, who has been featured on NPR’s “Tiny Desk Concert” series and whose track “Happy Alone” (2014) has amassed over 1.4 million streams on Spotify, has experienced acclaim and recognition in both the realm of the folk scene […]

Creators of ‘Downton Abbey’ speak at Boston premiere

The Coolidge Corner Theater in Brookline hosted the Boston premiere of the much-anticipated “Downton Abbey” (2019) movie on Tuesday, which opens in the U.S. this weekend. In addition to the early screening of the film, the Coolidge Corner Theater also hosted members of the “Downton” team for a special Q&A about the creative process and […]

Love It or Haute It: UGGs

Surprising as it may be, UGGs have been popping up already around campus. While the Boston weather is unpredictable, one aspect of chilly weather we can all trust in is that people will be wearing UGGs. No one can separate the UGG brand from its iconic suede and sheepskin boots. Even as styles have changed, […]

What’s The Mood?: September Jams

Dear readers, I have a confession to make. I’m a compulsive Spotify playlist maker. I spend an ungodly amount of time scrolling through my music library compiling playlists for the most specific moods I can think of — playlists which I probably won’t listen to again after making them. I’ve got my decades playlists; my […]

Tyler, the Creator brings the ‘Igor’ experience to Agganis Arena

Considered by some music publications and online music critics as one of the best albums of 2019 so far, “Igor” (2019) served as a musical summer highlight for many Tyler, the Creator fans. “Igor” is Tyler’s fifth studio album, and it certainly stands out from the rest of his discography. Besides pushing the boundaries of […]

Anything but ‘Tongue-Tied’: Susan Narucki, Donald Berman shine in Sunday Concert Series

This year’s Sunday Concert Series began on a high note with a performance by soprano Susan Narucki and pianist Donald Berman in a concert featuring modern and contemporary works. The concert, “Ill, Moody, and Tongue-Tied,” included emotional art pieces and vignettes by a variety of composers, both widely celebrated and on-the-rise. The concert began in […]

‘Crossing Lines’ explores power, limitations of contemporary art in documenting history

On Sept. 6, “Crossing Lines, Constructing Home: Displacement and Belonging in Contemporary Art” (“Crossing Lines”) opened at the Harvard Art Museums. Of the 40+ artworks in the exhibition, only one does not belong to the Harvard Art Museums’ permanent collection. Despite the limited institutional origin of its artworks, the exhibition impressively approaches the cause and […]

Bhallin’ with Books: Mourning Morrison through respect

“Read anything, as long as you can’t wait to pick it up again.” Nick Hornby, “Ten Years in the Tub” (2013). Classes and homework come around and, like clockwork, I forget every book I was itching to read by Sept. 1. My 2019 school year resolution is to stop this from happening. There are way […]

‘Tall Girl’ comes up short

When I first heard about “Tall Girl” (2019), my initial thoughts were actually pretty positive. As someone who has always been tall, I’m well aware of the disadvantages to towering over peers. Then after watching just the first few minutes of this movie, I wanted to simultaneously chuck my television out the window and gouge […]