Arts & Entertainment

Five Ivy League Bands That Aren't Vampire Weekend

A heated battle of the bands that started in dorm rooms.

by ALIX STEERMAN

A Closer Look at Shrek's Killer Soundtrack

Here's why we loved the movie about as much as we love "All Star."

by MICHELLE PEREIRA

“44 More” by Logic: The Return of Young Sinatra

The rapper brings back some old flows on his new release.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

'A Wrinkle In Time' Represents Young People Right

Critics of the new children’s movie are missing the point.

by ANA WEST

Student Artist Spotlight: Hadeel Saab

Her passion project Saab Creations looks to find the beauty in the unexpected.

by SHERRY TSENG

Why I Appreciate Reading Poetry in the Springtime

Whip out that poetry book outside Frontera.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

Behind the Gates: Examining the Quad's Architectural History

Beauty and history come at a cost.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

Is the "Oscar Curse" Real?

Examining the idea that an Academy Award is a career–killer for young actors.

by JENNIFER CULLEN

Street's Book List for Spring Break

Some tasteful books to keep you company this break.

by ELIZABETH LEMIEUX

What to Expect from Jack White's Coming Album

Everything you need to know about Boarding House Reach.

by MICHELLE PEREIRA

Interview: Indie–Folk Sensation Phoebe Bridgers on her First Solo Tour

Bridgers talks busking, musical inspiration, and having a thick skin.

by ISABELLA FERTEL

Your Philly Literary Roundup

Gathering together all the notable bookstores, readings, and literary landmarks.

by SYDNEY GELMAN

Carmen Maria Machado: Sitting Down with Penn's Writer–In–Residence

Carmen is just like us. Except she is an award winning writer.

by ELIZABETH LEMIEUX

Kanye West: Studying a God's Impact

Street analyzes the polarizing musician's career, chronologically.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

The Craziest in This Week's Music News

Week two of the roundup includes family feuds, traveling clubs, and a 15k jar of sauce.

by ISABELLA FERTEL

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