Arts & Entertainment

Meet Faith Cho: Photographer of Feelings, Not Things

Housemoshi says hello and welcome. 

by XINYI WAN

Reading Terminal Market's Chinese New Year Celebration

Lion dances, Tai Chi, calligraphy, and so much more.

by ELIZABETH LEMIEUX

'High Maintenance' and the Making of a Neighborhood

This HBO miniseries takes the whirlwind of NYC and makes it (somehow) friendly. 

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Why I Can’t Wait for BROCKHAMPTON to Break Up

Trust me, it's going to be a blast. 

by CHRIS TROOP

On DMD Majors: Crossing Computer Science and Fine Arts

Who ever said fine arts was not employable?

by MARGARET ZHANG

Songs from Atlanta’s soundtrack you have to listen to

Get hyped for Atlanta season two, premiering March 1.

by PAUL LITWIN

Old–School Movie Musicals to Fall In Love With

Take a look at the old standards that inspired modern hits.

by ANA WEST

The Problem With Classical Art

It's not just that they're seen as "boring."

by SHERRY TSENG

Why I Still Listen to Lorde's 'Pure Heroine' Five Years Later

The sounds of fear, love, and childhood that never grow old. 

by SAMMY GORDON

Stuck in Reading: Affecting Social Change through TV

Penn alum's proposed pilot aims to revitalize a fading city.

by SHINYOUNG HAILEY NOH

Michelangelo at the Met

If Michelangelo went to Penn, he would have a major case of Penn Face. 

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

Rich Brian is Rebranding

The controversial Vine star is back, this time with a new name.

by JACOB WINICK

Why JPEGMAFIA Is the Best Artist You Are Not Listening To

I had the chance to sit down with JPEGMAFIA and get to know the man behind my current obsession in music.

by HOLDEN CAPLAN

Why Film is the Most Relatable of Content

Sometimes, understanding feelings requires more than 280 characters.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Emotive Space: How Museum Exhibitions Recreate Reality by Design

How the PMA and other exhibitions manipulate space.

by XINYI WAN

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