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Arts & Entertainment

Protecting Your Ears from Concerts and Gigs

Tinnitus and progressive hearing loss aren't very punk rock.

by MELANNIE JAY

Film & TV in the Age of Mass Shootings

Until last week, I thought my life was insulated from gun violence. Now I have some questions. 

by CALISTA LOPEZ

Have the Time of Your Life at this ABBA Dance Party

 For one night only, we all get to be dancing queens. 

by BEATRICE FORMAN

‘Outlaw King’: Doing History Right

This Netflix film manages to capture the legend of Robert the Bruce with uncharacteristic delicacy. 

by ANNA COLLINS

Netflix’s 'The Princess Switch' Is 100 Minutes I’ll Never Get Back

The Christmas film starring Vanessa Hudgens was fine, but there are other holiday favorites that deserve your time instead.

by BEBE HODGES

Why 'Riverdale' Is a Social Media Sensation

Riverdale is a piece of teen iconography, no matter what the quality of the show is.

by ANNA COLLINS

Yoni Gottlieb: Penn Senior Turned Music Producer

The senior talks about his experience with music and producing Slim Reaper’s new album, 'RIP to the Peaceful (Me).'

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

Jon Bellion’s Unique Sound Shines in 'Glory Sound Prep'

Bellion’s self–produced album features 10 tracks that constantly shift in sound for an enjoyable 43 minutes.

by BEBE HODGES

Navigating Fantasy Worlds with Truth and Image

I–House Philly’s fall exhibition allows viewers to get lost in their own imagination. 

by CHRISTINA LU

Open Studio: A Sneak Peek of Fine Art Senior Projects

A walk through what's going on in the heads of these seniors. 

by SHERRY TSENG

‘Overlord’: Predictable and Enjoyable

Halloween is long over, but horror sure isn’t.

by SHANNON ZHANG

‘Boy Erased’ Reflects on the Horrors of Conversion Therapy

Though it may leave you wanting more, Joel Edgarton’s adaptation of Garrard Conley’s memoir  is a heartbreaking story of self–discovery and a lack of acceptance.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Alex Fisher: From Capturing Cafe Culture To Penn Student Life Through the Camera Lens

A close-up shot at the Penn senior's love for photography and film.

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

Album Review: Don't Mess With EXO'S Tempo

K-pop group EXO drops new album

by SHUNMEL SYAU

'Fantastic Beasts' is an Enjoyable but Not–So Fantastic Film

The second of five 'Fantastic Beasts' movies struggles to recapture the magic of Harry Potter.

by JAMES MORRISON

Five New Books to Cozy Up With This November

Grab a warm cup of cider and lose yourself in the pages of these fall book releases.

by RANIA ZAKARIA

Penn Sargam and Penn Sangam Explore Their Identities Through Music

The fusion ensemble and discussion-based organization collaborated over chai, samosas, and good tunes.  

by SRINIDHI RAMAKRISHNA

a deconstruction of thank u, next

Listened to thank u, next recently? Feel out of loop in the world of music pop culture? Have no fear! Here’s a detailed deconstruction of every line in Ariana Grande’s new hit song.

by SHRIYA BEESAM

Metro Boomin Stealthily Brings Out the Best of Today's Hottest Rappers With New Album

At just 25 years old, Metro Boomin lays down his first studio album.

by TERESA XIE

‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ is an Elegantly Bound Tale of Success and Loss

The biopic, starring Melissa McCarthy as Lee Israel, makes for a triumphant character study.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

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