Arts

Everything You Thought You Knew About Bruce Springsteen is a Lie

Winning a lottery to see "Springsteen on Broadway" really cleared some things up for us.

by ELIANA DOFT

How Billboard Top 40 is Misrepresenting Millennial Music Taste

Billboard's Top 40 has no idea about what you're actually listening to.

by ELIAS RAPPAPORT

Quaker Notes to Open for Multi-Platinum A Cappella Group Pentatonix

Penn's oldest a cappella group has a brush with musical fame.

by HALEY WEISS

You've Gotta Listen to: Gus Dapperton

Street told you about this up–and–coming popstar first.

by NOAH KEST

On Math Rock, Sea Dragons, and an Ex

Love, loss, and the obscurest of genres.

by MARGARET ZHANG

Alt–Rock Side and Solo Projects You Need to Check Out

Because having two bands is cooler than having one.

by ALIYA CHAUDHRY

Night Riots: The Band That'll Get You Through Finals Season

This underrated alt band is the fun you need in your life.

by AMY MARCUS

Zine 101: Penn, Philly, and Beyond

Printmaking resources at Penn, Philly community publications, and more. Oh my!

by LINDA LIN

A Self Care Zine Reading at Little Berlin Gallery

A trip to Philadelphia's largest collection of zines.

by MICHAELA TINKEY

And The Album Of The Year Is...

Move over, Grammys. Street Beats present to you nominations for Album of the Year.

by ALIYA CHAUDHRY

Art as Activism

Students talk about how they use their art for the greater good.

by SHERRY TSENG

What To Do with Your Arts and Humanities Degree

Penn alums returned to campus to share their insider tips for the artsy and career–anxious.

by LINDA LIN

Zines, Art, and Vegan Hoagies

Street infiltrates the Monstera's Art and Zine Festival

by FRANKIE REITMEYER

Back to Radio: WQHS and How Students Create Programming

“Turn us on, and we’ll turn you on.” 

by SHERRY TSENG

Claudia Rankine and the Cultural Construct of Whiteness

 The writer on her new collaborative website and art space

by MICHAELA TINKEY

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