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Arts & Entertainment

Why Are All the Bands Getting Back Together?

How the Jonas Brothers and MCR kicked off 2020's weirdest musical trend.

by MELANNIE JAY

Moses Sumney's 'grae: Part 1' is a Breathtaking Sophomore Album

Moses Sumney's first entry in the 'grae' double LP is a gorgeous examination of the in–between.

by KYLE WHITING

Disney's LGBTQ Representation in 'Onward' May be a Misstep

Lena Waithe's character in 'Onward' is apparently Disney's first out gay character, but is it a positive portrayal?

by ANNA COLLINS

'Sonic the Hedgehog' Wasn't Worth the Wait

'Sonic' just doesn't recapture the magic of the furry blue hedgehog.

by ANNA COLLINS

How 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire' Caters to the Female Gaze

A beautiful film that focuses on the artistic value of women's lives.

by HARSHITA GUPTA

Orla Gartland's 'Freckle Season' Leaves Fans Wanting More

Gartland's fourth EP is masterfully made, but doesn't quite feel finished.

by KEELY DOUGLAS

Penn Monologues: A Transformation

Penn V-Day’s new performance offers a space for reflection and healing.

by AMANPREET SINGH

Marie Cuttoli: The Hero of Modern Tapestry

The latest exhibition at the Barnes Foundation attempts to highlight a long-forgotten entrepreneur and patron of French tapestry.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

Part 3 of 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' is Disappointing and Confusing

There are too many plotlines packed into this short season. 

by DANNIE WATSON

Why Billie Eilish Isn't the New Lorde

Not all teen music powerhouses are made the same.

by MELANNIE JAY

Grimes Celebrates the Apocalypse on 'Miss Anthropocene'

On her latest album, Grimes reflects on the destruction of mankind.

by KYLE WHITING

A Piece for Pugh

Why is Florence Pugh so famous, and why is it well–deserved?

by ANNA COLLINS

'Picard' is a Modern Update on the Idealism of Star Trek

A science fiction show that explores the moral consequences of its past.  

by HARSHITA GUPTA

Kristen Schaal: Animation's Most Memorable Voice

Kristen Schaal's talent has defined the best-known animated characters of the last decade. 

by HARSHITA GUPTA

Marina's 'The Family Jewels' and the Decade That Followed

After ten years, the artist's debut album holds more weight than ever.

by KEELY DOUGLAS

Meet Jet Le Parti, The Self–Taught Artist Who Turned his Apartment into a Studio

Artist Spotlight | Jet combines the philosophy of art with the art of philosophy.

by LILY STEIN

When Shows Leave Netflix, Where Do They Go?

The lowdown on what happened with "Friends," and where you can find it now.

by EVA INGBER

Tammy Lang Brings Cabaret to the Kelly Writers House

Her impersonation of Marianne Faithfull shocked and wowed her multigenerational audience. 

by LILY STEIN

'We Are Still Here': A Tale of Native American Resistance

Street previews Manahatta, one of the first Native American stories to be brought to campus. 

by AMANPREET SINGH

Blue Heaven Is A Comedy Festival Unlike Any Other

This Fringearts Festival featured experimental and transgressive comedians from all backgrounds.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN and SAM KESLER

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