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Arts & Entertainment

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

Flying Lotus' 'You're Dead!': Black Death in Protest Music

FlyLo's 2014 album explores themes worth reexamination from a present perspective 

by PEYTON TOUPS

An Ode to the Audiobook

Why audiobooks are the perfect quarantine escape

by EVA INGBER

Naeem Balances Club-Ready Bangers and Sensitive Love Songs On 'Startisha'

Naeem (formerly: Spank Rock) transforms into his new persona on this sonically dense, experimental new album

by KYLE WHITING

'Avatar: the Last Airbender' Isn't Just My Favorite Television Show

How I invested my entire childhood into a cartoon out of a reluctance to abandon it

by MEHEK BOPARAI

The Dawn of a New Era: How TikTok is Changing the Music Industry

The way the increasingly popular social media app is allowing the masses to communicate with the music industry

by EVA INGBER

Lady Gaga Finally Returns to Dance Pop with 'Chromatica'

Mother Monster's latest album is a queer, campy, and energetic return to upbeat house music.

by PEYTON TOUPS

The Longstanding Love Affair between Fashion and Art

Is the incorporation of canonical artwork into couture symbolic of relentless commodification or refined modernization?

by AAKRUTI GANESHAN

Street's Songs of the Summer Roundup

Street writers discuss their favorite tracks with the most meaningful connections to summertime.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Kiley Reid's 'Such A Fun Age': Black people are not your moral battleground

Reid's depiction of America's pre-2016 "post-racial" society highlights the inevitability of our present state

by KALIYAH DORSEY

Gaspar Noe’s ‘Enter the Void’ Puts Bad Trips to Shame

Noé's visual experiment is terrifying, hilarious, disgusting, and shocking— just like the drugs displayed 

by TANA CUTURELA

Charli XCX Explodes on Quarantine Album, 'How I'm Feeling Now'

Charli XCX’s latest project showcases some of her most abrasive and energetic music to date

by PEYTON TOUPS

Perfume Genius Realizes His Full, Complex Self on New Record

On his fifth record, 'Set My Heart On Fire Immediately,' Perfume Genius' Mike Hadreas explores queer love with a newfound poignancy

by PEYTON TOUPS

Nia Forrester’s 'Commitment' Validates Vulnerability in Black Love

'Commitment' is the empowering, affirmative, complex romance that Black women deserve

by KALIYAH DORSEY

A Conversation with Marie Dahlstrøm: Making Music Without Labels

Street sat down with Danish singer/songwriter Marie Dahlstrøm to discuss her newest album, 'Like Sand.'

by KYLE WHITING

Why British Panel Shows are the Best Quarantine Watch

With their lack of competition and easy–going structure, these shows make for the perfect distraction.

by HARSHITA GUPTA

'SAWAYAMA' is a Must Listen

Rina Sawayama's debut album is genre–bending exploration of identity. 

by PEYTON TOUPS

Quarantine Content: A Blog for All Students in Need of Inspiration

A collection of curated art and opinion to help us make sense of the unexplainable.

by LILY STEIN

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