Arts & Entertainment

Chronixx Offers a New, Appealing Energy to Reggae

There's a new wave of artists changing the face of the genre dominated by Bob Marley.

by PAUL LITWIN

Review: Going Grey by The Front Bottoms

The Front Bottoms make a move toward the mainstream on their fourth studio album.

by AMY MARCUS

The Rise of the Concept Album

How the concept album is thriving in the age of the single

by ALIYA CHAUDHRY

25,000 Songs Later: "Summertime" Through the Ages

You know it's good when it's been covered 25,000 times.

by SAM MITCHELL

We Should All Be More Like Chandler Bing

Drop your Penn Face and embrace your inner Chandler

by CHAE HAHN

Big Mouth: Revisiting Our Scarring Middle School Years

Puberty is hard, man.

by DALTON DESTEFANO

You Have to Listen to This: This Is The Kit

  The effortlessly inventive folk songs your life has been missing

by JILLIAN KARANDE

Breaking the 'Gentlemen's Agreement'

A short history of Philly's skyline

by JULIA MCGURK

When Programmers Meet Artists: Women’s Role in Art and Tech

Making/Breaking the Binary: Women, Art & Technology (1968-1985), a multi–venue curatorial project by Kelsey Halliday Johnson, surveys a generation of pioneering artists in new media and reconsiders their roles as technology innovators who helped shape the information age. 

by LINDA LIN

Get to Know The Body Electric

“Everyone can and should be a writer.”

by MADELEINE NGO

Street Book Club: Bright Lights, Big City

Life and loneliness in the coked–out 80s

by CHEN CHEN ZHANG

Philo Presents: Gender & Sexual Identities in Asian Communities

 Philo’s latest art exhibit on Queer identity in South and East Asia.  

by MICHAELA TINKEY

Trevor Noah is Coming to Campus

The Daily Show host will be SPEC's fall speaker

by DANI BLUM

P–Funk: The Genre You Didn't Know You Needed

Its name is P–Funk, and it's p–cool if we say so ourselves.

by NOAH KEST

You Have To Listen To This: Higher Brothers

China's hottest rap group has found a way to go viral in a country with ultra–censored internet content.

by PAUL LITWIN

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