Crimson staff writer
Sean Wang Zi-Ming
‘Savor’ Review: An Unconventional Celebrity Chef Memoir
“Savor” never short sells Ali’s potential in light of her battle with cancer. It is heartbreaking to become so intimately invested in a life that must be cut short.
Making Memories at ‘KrOpped! A Low-Res Jam’
Featuring an exciting selection of hits from each group, the night also saw new members take to the stage, joined by supportive alumni and a bustling audience.
Katie McClanan ’22 on Spirituality, Writing, and Honesty
For Katie McClanan, creating “Sexy Girls and A Fish Contemplate Impermanence” was a spiritual journey involving a month in a Zen buddhist monastery and two months farming in different parts of the world.
‘Shirt’ Review: SZA Traces Out the Difficult Journey of Self-healing Without Missing a Beat Sean
For fans of SZA, "Shirt" has been a test of patience.
‘The Loneliest Time’ Review: Carly Rae Jepsen Broaches New Sounds and Fresh Takes
It is weighed with a certain melancholic undertone, a fraught longing. Jepsen takes her listeners on her journey to maturity.
High Fashion and High Tech: The Rising Role of Technology in Fashion
The spray-on dress at Coperni’s recent Spring/Summer 2023 show poses the question: Can the use of technology be considered “craftsmanship” as well?
‘Best Barbarian’ Review: A Voice That Must Be Returned To
Reeves forges ahead and puts forth an intense body of work that examines issues of race, war, and even climate change without compromising its lyricism.