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Arts & Entertainment

The Enduring Message of The Lorax

Years later, Dr. Seuss’ prescient message in 1971 continues to be relevant and powerful.

by EVA INGBER

One Direction Is Still Making History

After 10 years, the band's fan base continues to prove their unwavering support. 

by FERNANDA BRIZUELA

Is TikTok creating a musical meritocracy?

Gen Z breaks down traditional barriers as TikTok helps boost musical fame

by DENALI SAGNER

A Love Letter to Philadelphia in an Unexpected Place

Why Queer Eye Season 5 is way more than a makeover.

by DENALI SAGNER

The LP Show: The Future of Live Music?

Liam Payne shows how performers can adapt to the reality of social distancing in creating more interactive experiences for their fans.

by FERNANDA BRIZUELA

The Chicks share righteous, passionate anger on 'Gaslighter'

The country trio formerly known as The Dixie Chicks are assisted by Jack Antonoff and St. Vincent on their latest record.

by PEYTON TOUPS

100 gecs Returns with heavy-hitting remixes on '1000 gecs and The Tree of Clues'

The electronic duo's long-awaited remix album is the exact opposite of "lofi beats to study/relax to."

by FELIX CUI

Kiese Laymon's 'Heavy' stresses the importance of revision

With honest self-reflection, Laymon's memoir places Black healing and redemption at the forefront.

by KALIYAH DORSEY

Arca celebrates her identities on mutant pop record 'KiCk i'

On her fifth album, the Venezuelan producer desconstructs the pop diva.

by PEYTON TOUPS

365 Days Isn’t Just a Movie. It’s An Affront.

While Athlete A fights standards and stigmas, 365 Days is not only offensive to women— it's dangerous.

by EVA INGBER

Celine Sciamma's 'Water Lilies' is a Raw Look at Awkward Adolescence

Taking a look at the 'Portrait of a Lady On Fire' director's first film

by AVNEET RANDHAWA

Pride Month Has Passed, But These Heartfelt LGBTQIA+ Films Endure

From forbidden love stories to informative documentaries, here are some films to watch whether or not it's Pride Month. 

by EVA INGBER

An Ode to the E-Girl: A Dissection of Subcultures in Fashion

Looking at TikTok-based fashion trends through postmodern theory

by AAKRUTI GANESHAN

Phoebe Bridgers Weighs Life, Love, and Loss on "Punisher"

The indie artist blends introspection, storytelling, and eeriness on her sophomore album.

by DENALI SAGNER

The Controversial Legacy of "Urban" Music

Despite its ubiquity, the 'urban' label has a problematic past and concerning present

by PEYTON TOUPS

Walls For Justice: Protesting With a Paintbrush

Walls For Justice seeks to unify the Philadelphia community through art.

by FERNANDA BRIZUELA

"These are Their Stories": Law and Order S.V.U. in the Age of "Copaganda"

Reexamining my favorite TV show and its feminist heroine as America questions the age-old police procedural

by DENALI SAGNER

Mainstream TV Should Make More Shows Like Normal People

Sally Rooney’s novel is exactly the kind of story teens should see on television

by EVA INGBER

When One Size Doesn't Fit Most

Brandy Melville has been marketing the same homogenous image for years - so, why do we still buy into it?

by AAKRUTI GANESHAN

Candice Carty-Williams' 'Queenie' rejects the idea of the invincible Black woman

In deconstructing the "Strong Black Woman" stereotype, 'Queenie' reminds us that Black women deserve to be vulnerable, too

by KALIYAH DORSEY

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