Walking into the palace of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is the same as going through a portal to a different world.
There’s a space where our skin and home feel synonymous. For some, it’s a walk through the park alone. For others, it’s a dingy concert hall cramped up against a stranger screaming the lyrics to the sky. But if you ever find yourself in the heart of Harlem, you might see the everlasting glow of the ballroom vogue scene.
Bold, boring, and brilliant all at once. Leave it to an existentialist—is that right? Samuel Becket’s Waiting for Godot, a tragicomedy in two acts, is one of the most widely recognized plays of the 20th century.
Produced by Will Percarpio Filmed by Elaine Tantra Edited by Haley Apicella
Written and Photographed by Chloe Leung Whether we know it or not, sports and fashion have relatively always had a big influence on each other. Not only has the fashion industry taken inspiration from what athletes wear, thus creating athleisure and sportswear, but athletes early on have always incorporated fashion into their own individual lives…
Nestled between the luxury stores of Newbury Street, sits a tiny contemporary art gallery no bigger than the elevator bay of my dorm building. Directed by Liz Novick, Newbury Fine Arts is a beautiful gem hidden amongst the high-end and commercialized stores of Boston’s historic shopping street.
Mainstream American audiences were already aware of The Reader, a 1995 German novel by law professor and judge Bernhard Schlink, before the 2008 film adaption starring Kate Winslet and Ralph Fiennes was released to wide acclaim. Yet, I found my reading experience largely consumed by a distaste for the author’s thematic intentions.
Filmed by Emma Lane Produced and Edited by Joseph Cuccio
People usually try to preserve fruits in a ripe, fresh state; this way the fruit will last longer and can be enjoyed later on. Rudolph Blaschka thought differently and decided to preserve fruit in its states of decay; this obviously doesn’t keep the fruit for eating, but it does make an interesting exhibit.