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Clubhouse: A Social Media Experiment Gone Wrong?

Like LinkedIn, but douchier!

by KARIN HANANEL

Arts and Crafts ... and Gender

A breakdown of the historic exclusion of women artists and the dismissal of traditionally “feminine” art forms

by JESSA GLASSMAN

The Madonna–Whore Complex Puts Women in Danger

The dichotomy of "pure" versus "sexual" can harbor serious consequences for women. 

by REMA BHAT

The Anti–Vax Movement, Explained

Anti–vaxxers have been in the public sphere since the 1800s, but today, they have a new weapon in their arsenal: social media.

by AIDAH QURESHI

'Songbird' and the Film Industry’s Failing Attempt at Pandemic Production

Hollywood is rushing to give us pandemic–themed content. No one’s asking for it.

by MEG GLADIEUX

Anti–Asian Racism in the NBA and the Plague of Transactional Activism

How Jeremy Lin's career highlights our flawed discussions of anti–Asian racism in the NBA. 

by KATHRYN XU

A Happy Little Article About Bob Ross

How this artist brought 'The Joy of Painting' to millions

by JESSA GLASSMAN

Pixar's 'Soul' Explores Existentialism

Though 'Soul' is targeted at children, it's a film that resonates with people of all ages. 

by ARIELLE STANGER

Biden's Inaugural Playlist Sounds Like Hope and Resilience

With artists like Mac Miller, Kendrick Lamar, and SZA, the new administration's soundtrack is already looking forward.

by ALLISON STILLMAN

Ego of the Week: Misha McDaniel

Meet the Beinecke scholar, Mellon Mays fellow, speculative fiction lover, and proud FGLI student.

by EVA INGBER

Dear Penn: Call Donald Trump Out By Name

Penn’s statement on the Capitol riots isn’t just disappointing, but also dangerously validating. 

by KIRA WANG

K–Drama Soundtracks Have a Life of Their Own

Soundtracks usually play a supporting role. In Korea, they grew bigger than themselves.

by NORA YOUN

Street's Most Anticipated New Releases

These are the albums we can't wait to hear over the next month. 

by KYLE WHITING

Stolen Samples or Artistic Originality: Copyright Infringement in the Music Industry

Nicki Minaj is paying Tracy Chapman $450,000 for an uncleared sample. So what?

by EMILY MOON

The Invisible Burden

As the tenure clock ticks, professors with children face the added pressure of child care now that COVID-19 has merged work and home life.

by LINDSEY PERLMAN

Letter from the Editor 01.21.2021

On magazines, inauguration, and a new version of Street.

by BEATRICE FORMAN

Discovering and Debunking the 'Bridgerton' Mania

Discover Netflix's latest hit show filled with drama, dukes, and delectable outfits.

by AIDAH QURESHI

Indicting our Institutions in the Genre of Museum Critique

A look at how artists are highlighting underrepresentation and exclusivity within the art world.

by AAKRUTI GANESHAN

Forman to Lead Street Into a More Inclusive Future as Editor–in–Chief

The new Strexec will focus on coverage that amplifies voices of Penn’s marginalized communities.

by TAMSYN BRANN

How Are Local Coffee Shops Handling New Social Distancing Guidelines?

Street talked to two local favorites about how they're balancing safety and atmosphere.

by NAOMI KIM

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