On March 19, The Harvard Crimson joined Odenkirk as part of a virtual roundtable to discuss his foray into the realm of action entertainment, the production experience, and the significance of representing the “nobodies” of the world.
“News of the World” transcends its modest Western derivation to deliver a poignant tale about building connections where humanity is scarce, affirming the beauty and importance of storytelling along the way.
Super Bowl LV may have been unabashed and concerningly American at times, but that’s why it’s important.
The Harvard Crimson sat down with Eric to discuss his talents across mediums, the genre of science fiction, and what a life in entertainment looks like.
No one statement could possibly capture the depth, turbulence, and intensity of emotion Halsey shares with readers throughout her first collection of poetry.
Strange times call for strange art, and artist Benjamin R. Zank is quite familiar with the strange.
The cast of mobsters in the Coen brothers’ 1990 film “Miller’s Crossing” are most certainly human. Unless, of course, being human is a question of “friendship,” “character,” or “ethics,” as one murderous mob boss so daintily puts it.
U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez fared well in her first game before being ejected off a digital spaceship and into internet stardom.
Despite the overwhelming challenges faced by Harvard student groups operating in the pandemic, the Radcliffe Choral Society (RCS) has hit the ground running this semester.
Launching a rocket, or a hit new TV show for that matter, requires an intangible, an X factor, a certain amount of “the right stuff.” And so far, despite the name, the show is running low on it.