Familiar Story, Unfamiliar Faces: “Crazy Rich Asians” Triumphs
Based on Kevin Kwan’s 2013 bestseller of the same name, “Crazy Rich Asians” tells the story of Rachel Chu (Constance Wu), an economics professor at New York University...
Confluences Creates a Space for Celebration of Multilingualism
Confluences is a new campus initiative that creates a literary space for celebrating multilingualism.
Harvard Lawsuit Raises Potential Threat to Affirmative Action
A lawsuit alleging that Harvard’s admissions process discriminates against Asian-American applicants began its trial on Oct. 15 in the federal district court of Massachusetts in Boston.
Journalist Brings Humor to Politics and Finance
With her humorous and insightful takes on the complicated worlds of Wall Street and national politics, Bess Levin ’06 has established a name for herself in the world of journalism.
Ariana Grande is Unapologetic in New Album “thank u, next”
Ariana Grande's latest album is a testament to her growth as an artist as she explores a more emotional side of her music.
The Fallacy of Meritocracy
Managing Arts and Living editor Seoyeon Kim '21 reflects on the recent investigation, Operation Varsity Blues, and illustrates the misconceptions and illusion of meritocracy.
The BTS Effect: Why We All Should Be Part of the ARMY
On April 12, BTS released “Map of the Soul: Persona,” an album which explores Jungian concepts of identity and expresses the group’s love for their fans.
Empathetic Care from a Versatile Mind
Sarah Wishloff’s empathy and warmth are truly inspiring. Combined with her interdisciplinary mind and passion for health, she’s sure to do great things.