25 Seasons of Big Brother: An Ode to the Unexpected
And while the messy storylines and bloated episodes might keep “Big Brother” from ever reaching critical acclaim, it's these very aspects that make “Big Brother” the addicting and enticing show that it is.

So You Want to Read Rom-Coms

Many rom-com works have compelling characters, well executed plots, and are a perfect form of escapism from the reader’s exhausting day of work or studying.

On Campus

Chelsea A. Vuong ’21: Pageants, Finance, and the Road to Miss America

Vuong has chosen to use her platform as Miss Massachusetts to advocate for a cause she has supported since her time at Harvard: improving financial literacy.

Artist Profile: Alisa Weilerstein Strips Music to its Essence in ‘FRAGMENTS’

Audiences heading to Sanders on Nov. 5 for “FRAGMENTS 1” should shed all expectations, except for that of music unlike anything they’ve ever experienced before.


‘Good Omens’ the Series: Is it Better than the Book?

“Good Omens” stands on its own as a work of art with intense emotional and artistic appeal. Yet the central question of any adaptation looms above the series: Is it better than the book?


Best Musicals To Listen To: A Taste of Theatrical Excellence Without the Hassle

Broadway or touring cast shows are not always accessible or easy to attend — but these musical theater soundtracks are great to listen to in lieu of securing yourself a seat in the theater.

‘Organ Meats’ Review: Spilling the Guts of Girlhood

Bursting with dog-headed women and women-headed dogs, banana ghosts, and wishes tied into realization with red thread, “Organ Meats” is paradoxical, yet beautiful.

‘Five Nights at Freddy’s’ Review: A Nostalgic Flashback of Fazbear Fun

“Five Nights at Freddy’s” at its core, is horror. And while the film is far from frightening, its attention to detail allows it to uphold its chilling reputation.

Artist Profile: Julia K. Grullon ’24 on Stage Managing as a Catalyst for Artistic Growth

Grullon lives and leads by example to ensure that everyone feels welcome in Harvard’s theater spaces. Her genuine concern for the well-being of others at the individual, communal, and global levels is perhaps the greatest strength of her leadership.

‘Rouge’ Review: Reasoning with Our Reflection

Awad’s book will ensnare those caught under the same spells under which Belle falls, but overall the book lacks a certain sense of enchantment that would bring it to the level of perfection that a character like Belle would seek.

‘Astor’ Review: A Metamorphosis of an American Dynasty

This nonfiction work successfully incorporates historic accounts with archival details and secondary commentaries, bringing its characters to life and unraveling the intergenerational metamorphosis of the Astor family.

‘Frozen’ Review: A Captivating Musical That Will Melt Your Heart

Disney’s “Frozen” is a fabulous theatrical spectacle for all ages. While the special effects are astonishing, the show’s most successful element is its attention to detail.