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Arts & Entertainment

Sex and Scandal at the Salon

How Manet’s Olympia Rocked the Art World.

by JESSA GLASSMAN

Lily Collins Proves That Going Viral is as Simple as Saying “Oui!” In 'Emily In Paris'

While some elements of the show seem over the top, one major plot point is undeniably realistic.

by EMMA MARKS

“Macho Men: Hypermasculinity in Dutch & American Prints” Deconstructs the Masculine Ideal

The Philadelphia Museum of Art’s new exhibition takes a hard look at the sensationalized male physique.

by HANNAH SUNG

To Alan Light, Hallelujah Is Not Just A Song—It’s A Movement

The 'Rolling Stone' rock critic visited the Kelly Writers House on Oct. 13 for a conversation with Penn’s Anthony DeCurtis.

by KATE RATNER

Upcoming Indie Musicians, Beware of TikTok

TikTok is a great place to gain exposure, but chasing success on the platform comes with pitfalls.

by HALLA ELKHWAD

'Bones and All' Leaves You With A Lot to Digest

Taylor Russell and Timothée Chalamet will eat your heart out in Luca Guadagnino’s terrifying romantic love story. 

by CATHERINE SORRENTINO

Introducing the Bifocal Film Festival: Penn's First Student–Run Film Festival

Penn's newest film festival comes from an all–student coalition with a keen focus on global storytelling.

by CATHERINE SORRENTINO

The newest crime thriller ‘Decision to Leave’ will leave its audience emotionally shattered

Park Chan–wook returns with a genre–bending thriller equally fascinating as Parasite

by WEIKE LI

The Good, The Bad, and The Radical World of Campaign Art

From font to color choices, campaign posters have the power to hint at the political future.

by ALEXANDRA KANAN

Hip–Hop is Not the Problem

The recent death of rapper Takeoff should make us question America's gun violence epidemic.

by RYANNE MILLS

Love and Longing in ‘Modigliani Up Close’

A landmark retrospective at the Barnes Foundation traces Modigliani’s debts to memory.

by IRMA KISS

Street's Favorite TV and Movies of 2022

This year's best offerings on the big and small screens included plenty of reboots and a fair share of originals, but were all ambitious, experimental, and engrossing.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Street's Favorite Albums of 2022

This has been a year for relearning old habits; likewise, our favorite records and artists made the old feel new again.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

“Oneness: Nature & Connectivity in Chinese Art” brings us closer to the Chinese landscape

 A new show at the PMA features contemporary and historic works. 

by JESSA GLASSMAN

Britpop Band Pulp To Reunite For The First Time In 11 Years

Step Aside Oasis and Blur: Long Live Pulp 

by HANNAH SUNG

A look back on ‘Pitch Perfect’s’ legacy from Penn’s a cappella community

While not exact mirrors of each other, ‘Pitch Perfect’ and Penn’s a cappella community share many similarities with each other. 

by ALEX BAXTER

‘The White Lotus’ Season Two: Slouching Towards Sicily

In the sun–and–sex drenched second season of the hit HBO show The White Lotus, money only satisfies so much. 

by CATHERINE SORRENTINO

“Meet Me in the Bathroom” Is An Ode To The Early 2000s NYC Alt Music Scene

Julian Casablancas, Karen O, and friends do drugs and go crazy on stage

by HANNAH SUNG

2022 New York Film Festival: Full of Under–the–Radar Gems

This year’s New York Film Festival continued to testify the power of cinematic art and its everlasting appeal.

by WEIKE LI

Rihanna Re-enters the Music Scene in ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’

Rihanna’s emotional tribute to Chadwick Boseman is the perfect way to return.

by OLIVIA REYNOLDS

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