Books & Arts
In his methods and his public persona, Lil B resembles some of the leading avant-garde artists of the 20th century.
By Graham Moyer
An HPR writer takes a look at a unique museum experience in Hamburg, Germany.
From the Magazine
The Dis-ORIENT theater group promises to increase the visibility of Asian Americans in Harvard theater.
Staff writer Taonga Leslie '15 talks about his article "Devil in the Details" in the 2013 spring issue of the Harvard Political Review.
Reviewing Matt Damon and John Krasinski's latest film on the implications of hydraulic fracturing
Bill Gates gets involved in the academic debates of international developments. But do these disagreements serve the cause?
Despite unsettling portrayals of Islam, there is more to the bad guys in Homeland than meets the eye.
Barbara Halla explores the moral questions posed by Michael Sandel's "What Money Can't Buy."
#YoSoy132 continues its political struggle through artistic expression.
Despite its historical inaccuracies, Django Unchained is entertaining in ways that only a Quentin Tarantino movie can be.
David Freed explains why the understated realism of David O. Russell's film makes it the best of the year.
Ross Svenson responds to criticism of the depiction of torture in Kathryn Bigelow's latest film.