Hannah E. Gadway
“NEXT GOAL WINS” is not overly ambitious or extraordinarily clever, but it is an exceedingly upbeat film that leaves viewers feeling a bit more uplifted than when the movie began.
“Now and Then” serves as the Beatles’ last bow, and nods to both the beauty of their past musical legacy and the bright future of audio technology.
Coulson’s work is sure to invite readers to keep this idea in mind and reconsider how museums tell stories about their art.
In an interview with The Harvard Crimson, Cakes discussed how she entered the book space, social media’s effects on the publishing sphere, and advice for young professionals looking to pursue what they love.
The second season of the show has highlighted the highs and lows of relationship building, the problems associated with revenge, and the idea that happiness is worth fighting for. The finale of “Our Flag Means Death” wraps up these storylines nicely, but above all it makes a hopeful statement about the future of queer media.