We all know that, during the year, you have to go to your roommate’s a Capella performance. But right now it's summer, you're obligation-free, and there are so many things you could be seeing that have nothing to do with the Performing Arts Council. Who says live entertainment is dead?
Below are your search results. You can also try a Basic Search.
The gay bar of your slightly more introverted dreams.
City of Brotherly Love? More like kickass murals. Those pictured below were done through the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program.
‘ello Govnah! Don’t worry, you can actually say that to rising Senior Phil Davis. He’s conducting government research, attending policy meetings, shaking hands, and kissing babies (not really) at the U.K. Parliament.
Don't even act like you could resist Ariana Grande, Jessie J, and Nicki. Bang bang, indeed.
Fifteen-year-old Philadelphian Ben Kessler is probably already better at music than you. The soulful singer-songwriter has been performing his original music all over Pennsylvania for the Philadelphia Songwriters Project Winners Tour. Street got to chat with him about his early musical success.
Finally released from her record label, Azealia Banks is back with new music. Also: new music from Banks, George Ezra, and acoustic Sam Smith.
This dancing queen splits her time between the Engineering Quad and Platt Performing Arts Center—and coincidentally, is also pretty good at doing the splits. When she’s taking a break from mechanical engineering, you’ll find her rehearsing with Osiris.
Tabard Snob: $250K/yr is fine if you’re raising a baby and living in Kansas. Confused Frosh: So is a downtown like a bat mitzvah?
Tastes like your grandma spiked the Christmas cookies? Again.
Course selection period is coming to an end, you’re still attending lecture and maybe you’re lucky enough to have a hot TA.
This Friar may be a Penngineer, but at Hogwarts, he’d be a Gryffindor. A self–proclaimed tech nerd, you’ll find him studying, eating or running the show at Hillel.
We join clubs. We build relationships with professors. We add lines to our resumes. But when it comes time to leave Penn, whether it’s for the summer or for graduation, are we left more or less on our own?
The Social Ivy has a new title—welcome to the #1 party school in the nation. Playboy Magazine dubbed Penn as the best place for undergrads to party.
The newest dystopian flick exceeds expectations.
This Tri–Delta Mortar Boarder is beyond musically gifted: when she’s not singing with Penny Loafers or strumming chords on her guitar, she gets rhythmic in the Penn Samba drum ensemble. Fun fact—she’s gone a month without showering.
A cost-benefit analysis of decriminalization
Sig Nu brother Jordan is all about Penn pride. Whether working it as the mascot or cheering with Red and Blue Crew, he never misses a game. Off the field/court, he’s chief of Carriage (the LGBT senior society), a Pennacle leader, and an architect-in-training. And BTW—he’s technically a varsity cheerleader.
All hail Madame President (of Mortar Board), a comm and cinema studies major from Hong Kong. When she’s not publicizing the Vagina Monologues, she’s dreaming of Hollywood.
They may look alike, but Eric and Wyatt are one of a kind. Back from an Engineers Without Borders excursion, Wyatt–the–trombonist leads the Mask and Wig band. Eric drums in African Rhythms and facilitates the Fellowship for Building Intercultural Communities. Rumor is they might be the first pair of Sphinx twins.