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Arts & Entertainment

Rex Orange County Is More Confused Than Ever on 'Pony'

The artist's third studio album demonstrates a maturity through the acceptance of the unknown. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

Sleater–Kinney Takes the Riot Grrrl Renaissance To the Fillmore

Even without longtime drummer Janet Weiss, the band is as loud, fast, and angry as ever.

by MELANNIE JAY

'The King': A Peculiar Adaptation of A Shakespeare Classic

Despite Timothée Chalamet's fame, this film can't quite escape the shadow of its own source material.

by ANNA COLLINS

Melanie Martinez Captivates Her Audience at The Fillmore

The alt–pop singer performed in Philadelphia on Oct. 30.

by JULIA ESPOSITO

Jay Som is a Well–Oiled Machine at The Foundry

Hot off the release of 'Anak Ko,' the group hasn't lost their original charm.

by SAM KESLER

Deeply Emotional and Real, ‘Modern Love’ Reminds Us What True Love Really Is

Amazon Prime’s eight–episode anthology series runs the gamut of human emotion.

by JONAH CHARLTON

Vancouver Sleep Clinic Turns Sorrow Into A Dream on 'Onwards to Zion'

Tim Bettinson's sophomore album provides a clear vision of love and lethargy. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

‘Rent’ 20th Anniversary Tour: A Powerful Live Musical Experience

Returning to the Merriam Theatre from a sold–out show in March, the Rent 20th Anniversary Tour was a beautiful reminder that Penn students should take advantage of Philly’s live musical scene. 

by JESSICA BAO

The My Chemical Romance Reunion: What You Need To Know

Since the band's breakup in 2013, emo fans have eagerly awaited this day.

by MELANNIE JAY

The Best Young Adult LGBT Novels I've Read During College

The YA section is full of hidden gems, and we picked some out for you.

by HARSHITA GUPTA

Songs That Will Send Chills Down Your Spine

A playlist for when you want to indulge in the eerie vibes of autumn.

by KEELY DOUGLAS

Not Even Paul Rudd's Charm Can Save 'Living With Yourself'

Netflix's 'Living With Yourself' has a great cast and interesting premise, but it doesn't follow through.

by HARSHITA GUPTA

What Pop Art Can Say about Penn's Campus

The 'LOVE' sculpture is a piece of Pop Art history, but at Penn, it's taken on a new meaning.

by REMA HORT

The Kelly Writers House Edible Books Party Brings Culinary Creativity to Campus

The event challenges people to come up with their own interpretations of books through food.

by TSEMONE OGBEMI

Is Netflix's 'Insatiable' Really That Bad?

Season two of 'Insatiable' was released on Oct. 11. Is it as bad as people said it was after its initial release?

by SAMANTHA SANDERS

A24 at UPenn: A Film Initiative for Students

Why this movie studio is so beloved, and what it's doing here at Penn. 

by SHANNON ZHANG

Kim Petras Is Building a World of Her Own

An interview with the up–and–coming pop icon about the music industry, her Halloween album, and the pursuit of perfection.

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

Kanye West Heads In A Religious Direction with 'Jesus Is King,' But Fails to Deliver

The rapper's ninth studio album feels empty and underwhelming.

by TERESA XIE

Anna of the North Exudes Self–Love On Her Latest Album, 'Dream Girl'

The standout collaborator finds her own voice on her sophomore solo effort. 

by JULIA DAVIES

Make Netflix’s 'Rhythm + Flow' Your Next Binge–Watch

In a world of endless streaming options, don't miss out on Cardi B, Chance the Rapper, and the search for hip hop's next big star.

by EMMA HARRIS

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