Arielle C. Frommer
‘On the Origin of Time’ Review: A Spectacular Synopsis of Hawking’s Final Theory
By adding to Hawking’s canon of pioneering works in cosmology, Hertog illustrates a more complete and elegant picture of the universe than ever before.
‘Exiles’ Review: An Immersive Mystery Novel Underwhelms
While mystery abounds in this sleepy village, most of the plot leaves the reader with more questions than answers, and the novel’s slow pace and vague conclusion yield a sense of faint dissatisfaction.
Your Next Valentine’s Day Read: Our Favorite Love Stories
A list of the Harvard Crimson Art's favorite Valentine's Day reads to add to your bookshelves!
Arts Vanity: My Love-Hate Relationship with ‘A Game of Thrones’
Incoming Culture Exec Arielle C. Frommer will probably still be waiting for “The Winds of Winter” when you read this. Please feel free to reach out to her at firstname.lastname@example.org, especially if you have updates about “Winds.” Please.
Beneath the Stars and Planets
Curiosity and skepticism for what really dwells in space are what initially captured my interest in astrophysics, and I decided then, at nine years old, that I could imagine a life studying astronomy.
Students line up to peer through the telescope at the Loomis-Michael Observatory atop the Science Center.
Mary Cassatt: Impressions of the World Away from Men
We can all learn to be bolder from Mary Cassatt's adventurous life and artistic experimentation, and we can appreciate the beauty of womanhood for its own sake through her sensitive depictions of the domestic sphere, which make her a stand-out figure within a radical group of artists.