Crimson staff writer
A varied cast of characters, complex worldbuilding, gorgeous design, and touching explorations of friendships and relationships have made “Winx Club” a favorite for generations.
For a show that explores delicate themes such as the power of language and the senses, and the way technology, radio especially, can be misused, the characters’ conversations do nothing to explore these further, and the usage of words such as “light,” “darkness,” and “truth” becomes redundant.
After I searched for "Fantasia," I discovered a history of questionable representation, historical erasure, and the ever complicated issue of engaging with offensive media.
The evening was a wonderful showcase of the rich classical music scene present at Harvard, and the way it interconnects and expands to other communities as well.
In a work produced jointly by a human and a computer model, how much of the intellectual property belongs to the human, how much to the model, and how much to the model’s programmer?
“The Pole” utilizes modern conventions of love and longing to explore the depth of human relationships and the many infuriating miscommunications that arise when great feeling is present.