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Arts

Skin Suits and T–Shirts: An Interview with Frilly Gurl's René Micheli

An inside look at one of Raxx Vintage West's most interesting vendors.

by ELIZABETH LEMIEUX

Time's Up: Why The Shoulder Pad is Officially Back in Style

The '80s are back with something important to say.

by CHRISTINA IRMEN

'Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald' Rescues a Feminist Flapper from Literary Obscurity

F. Scott Fitzgerald is so overrated. 

by CHRISTINA IRMEN

Review: Impressions in Ink at the Arthur Ross Gallery

Not your average Impressionist paintings

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

How Penn Dental Acquired an Empress' 19th–Century Carriage

The story of the horse carriage in the dental school's foyer.

by NAOMI ELEGANT

Soul of the Black Bottom: West Philly's Latest Mural

West Philly's newest mural at the corner of North Preston and Market streets reminds us of our timelessness. 

by SHERRY TSENG

Pussy Grabs Again: Political Artists at Penn Are Still Kickin'

A year after Trump’s inauguration, student artists are still fighting back.

by MICHAELA TINKEY

What Penn Could Learn From Crazy Ex–Girlfriend

Chasing your dreams might not be the best idea.

by ANA WEST

Why Penn Should Care About Art



by SHERRY TSENG

Read Your Way Through 2018

Six classics for those of you who resolved to be well–read in 2018.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

What's New on Broadway in 2018

Still waiting on those Hamilton tickets TBH 

by CHRISTINA IRMEN

Why the Emily Sachs Dance Benefit is a Must-See

Penn's Dance Arts Council comes together to honor the life of a former member.

by CAROLINE HARRIS

Chilly Philly Art to Check out this Winter

Your guide to all the art events happening in Philly this season.

by MICHAELA TINKEY

Previewing Penn Masti's Upcoming Show 'Nightfall'

Street talked to Penn South Asian dance troupe in anticipation of their January 12th show.

by CASS PHANORD

'The Post': Meryl Streep, Steven Spielberg, and Tom Hanks Debrief Street on their Newest Film

"Because sometimes bad news, makes good newspaper," Streep told Street in a group interview.

by NICK JOYNER

Student Artists Dress Ben Franklin up in Women's Clothes

"Gendering Ben Franklin" is an art project that seeks to highlight the lack of monuments dedicated to women in Philly.

by SHERRY TSENG

Penn Students Create Gingerbread Replica of Fisher Fine Arts Library

And you were proud of your wreath and string lights...

by MORGAN POTTS

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.

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