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Arts & Entertainment

The Summer of 'Suits'

How exactly did a show that premiered in 2011 find itself on the charts in 2023?

by DIANNA TRUJILLO MAGDALENO

Tamino Talks Tour to Street

The Belgian–Egyptian singer talks religion, dream collaborations, and confirms a New York move.

by HALLA ELKHWAD

From Handicraft To Hashtags

Your grandma isn't the only one crocheting right now.

by LUIZA LOUBACK

Who’s Driving the Fast Car?

While Luke Combs’ cover continues to take a life of its own, it can’t replace Tracy Chapman’s queer–coded critique of the American Dream.

by NORAH RAMI

Supplementary Listening: The Age of the TV Recap Podcast

There’s TV. There’s podcasts. Now, there are podcasts about TV.

by EMMA HALPER

Olivia Rodrigo Spills All of Her ‘GUTS’ To The World

On her sophomore project, Rodrigo shows that she’s no longer a teenager, but a maturing artist with a lot to say.

by DEREK WONG

On Her Most American Album, Mitski Reclaims the Land

The Land is Inhospitable and So Are We is primitive, perverse, intense, honest, and the singer’s most cohesive record to date. 

by HANNAH SUNG

"Blue Beetle" Aimed for Uniqueness But Hit on Generic

The film is wholesome fun when it isn't a marathon of parody–like Latino clichés.

by LUIZA LOUBACK

Come on Barbie, Let’s Stop the Party

The studio has the movie world in its hands and is making all the wrong moves with its new surge of power.

by EMMA HALPER

Survival of the Fittest: Why K–Pop Survival Shows Remain Popular

K–Pop shows exhibit a recent resurgence in popularity, with more than a dozen shows appearing within the past year.

by DEREK WONG

Hollywood Thrives in the Steel City

How the film industry has found its niche in Pittsburgh

by JULES LINGENFELTER

Jonnell Burke is Only Asking for What She’s Already Due

The television writer sits down to talk about her career, her inspirations, and the WGA strike.

by ISAAC POLLOCK

Behind the Glamour of a Summer Film Festival

At the Cannes Film Festival, power comes before everything else.

by WEIKE LI

Intro to Feminism, Taught by Profs. Gerwig and Robbie

Greta Gerwig’s blockbuster hit is gorgeous, well–acted and –directed, and entirely lacking in its promised subversive feminist message.

by ISAAC POLLOCK

Inside Darlingside

With their new album Everything is Alive coming out today, this ethereal indie folk friend group is sure to become your next favorite.  

by NORAH RAMI

Red, White, & Royal Blue: A Royal Revolution in Rom–Coms

Red, White & Royal Blue emerges as a swoon–worthy yet culturally significant film that authentically explores an intersectional spectrum of queer identities and experiences. 

by ALEXANDER KESWANI

Review from Abroad: Where the Canvas Paint Dries

Art and artist come together in this interactive Houston exhibition. 

by NORAH RAMI

Barbenheimer Shows the Power of the Internet in Hollywood

The meme–fueled online phenomenon is powering results at the box office.

by CALEB CRAIN

A College Student's Guide to the WGA and SAG Strikes

If you want to cross into Hollywood, you don't want to cross the picket line. 

by ISAAC POLLOCK

Reviews from Abroad: Art Enables Inclusion in D.C.

Take a glimpse into a D.C. neighborhood, where art being used to break boundaries and bring people together.

by MEHREEN SYED

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