“Our Ancestors Did Not Breathe This Air”: On growing up Muslim in America
The authors masterfully capture the feeling of balancing between two cultures, and they do so with humor, compassion, and warmth.
It Must Be Now! is a call for change
MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble, MIT Wind Ensemble, and MIT Vocal Jazz Ensemble came together with special guests last Saturday to perform It Must Be Now!, a two-year endeavor combining music, spoken word, and interpretive dance into a powerful call to action against racial injustice.
14th Annual Herb Pomeroy Memorial Concert: A moving tribute to MIT’s father of jazz
Directed by Dr. Frederick Harris Jr., the performance was a wonderful medley of a diverse variety of songs, featuring Zenón’s incredible vocals and skill on the saxophone.
“Other People’s Clothes”: A peek at Berlin’s party scene
Ultimately, the novel is a recreation of Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby for the modern age — a champagne-bubble of a story
‘The Radio Operator’: A look into 1930s New York City
At its heart, ‘The Radio Operator’ is about identity.
Schumacher is a brilliant ode to a brilliant racing driver
It’s the first (and, so far, only) documentary made about seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher that has his family’s seal of approval, and it charts his journey from a young boy racing in go-karts to his five consecutive titles with the iconic team Ferrari.
Family Weekend Concert: a wonderful night for music aficionados
The song selection skillfully balanced jazz funk with more classical forms of jazz, and the experience of attending a concert in person after so many months of virtual compromises contributed to the positive mood.