On Oct. 21, the audience was full of laughter, joy and, most importantly, Taylor Swift at the Without A Box improv troupe performance
There’s nothing wrong with being a fan. But, when adoration turns into idolization, conception of celebrities becomes unhealthy, writes Shay Suresh CMC ’24.
The media and public representation of Taylor Swift reminds us that we must confront our internalized misogyny and be more thoughtful with ourselves and other women, says Shay Suresh CM ‘24.
“Red (Taylor’s Version)” allows Swift to reconceptualize and reclaim her work, argues music columnist Ava Hinz SC ’25.
Taylor Swift rerecording her masters sparks a conversation about artist ownership –– and shows her privilege, Mirabella Miller SC ’23 says.
Music columnist Kyla Walker PO ’22 explores Taylor Swift’s whirlwind transition from political privacy to political activism in “Miss Americana.”
TSL explores the rich past, present, and future of Harvey Mudd’s prank scene, from its first prank in 1957 to the recent resurrection of its Prank Club.