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Arts & Entertainment

The Value of Music Covers

Dissecting why singing new versions of songs are integral to music as an art form

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

Double Threat: Spring Fling Headliner Miguel Acts, Too

Before you get Flung, check out these two films featuring Miguel.  

by CALISTA LOPEZ

Everything You Need to Know About J.I.D Before Spring Fling

At just 28 years old, J.I.D has revamped Atlanta rap. 

by TERESA XIE

After Releasing Her Debut Album, Billie Eilish Still Belongs To Teenage Girls

On 'WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?' Eilish sounds exactly like the quirky 17–year–old we wish we were.

by BEATRICE FORMAN

Flume Nails a Fresh Sound in His 'Hi, This is Flume' Mixtape

The Australian DJ and producer creates beautifully labyrinthine sounds in his new mixtape.

by PAUL LITWIN

'Speak Your Truth—An Evening with Yolanda Wisher': A Fitting End to Penn Women's Week

Yolanda Wisher highlights the camaraderie that makes Women’s Week so important.

by KATIE FARRELL

Jazz & Grooves to Bring Choker, Orion Sun, and Bathe for Last Show of the School Year

SPEC's past headliners have included Omar Apollo and Tierra Whack.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

Just Miles From Campus: Finding Calm in the City at Shofuso Japanese House and Garden

This Tea House and Garden reflects the history of Japanese culture in Philadelphia. 

by JESS ARATEN

Sad Summer Fest is Here—And It’s Warped Tour Reincarnated

 Whip out your band tees and black eyeliner. It’s emo season.  

by BEATRICE FORMAN

Anticipating Season 2 of ‘On My Block’

Returning to the show right before season 2 lands. 

by SHANNON ZHANG

Schoolboy Q is Back With a Vengeance on His New Single 'Numb Numb Juice'

The South Central LA rapper provides an enticing glimpse at his forthcoming album.

by PAUL LITWIN

Artist of the Week: BRONCHO

The Tulsa four–piece writes catchy songs that don't fall into typical song structures.

by JOHNNY VITALE

'The Hummingbird Project' is a Good Movie—If You Make it to the End

Jesse Eisenberg and Alexander Skarsgård star in this drama that is about as entertaining as its subject matter: financial engineering.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Movies to Watch to Celebrate International Women's Month

This March, let's use film as a way to empower women and advocate for equality in all forms.

by SHRIYA BEESAM

PennSori's 'Sori’s Sketchbook': A Delightful Celebration of Talent and Creativity

Penn’s pop/K–pop a capella group nails their Spring concert.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

Khalid's Back—and He's No Longer Just An 'American Teen'

On March 18, he brought his 'Free Spirit College Experience Tour' to Philly to promote his upcoming album.

by JULIA DAVIES

'Miracle Workers' Review: The Weirdest Show on Television

Yes. You read that right.

by SAMANTHA SANDERS

Enjoy Hospital–Based Films with Social Commentary at Penn's Bioethics Film Festival

The festival, starting March 26, features free movies, free food, and thought–provoking discussions.

by ANA HALLMAN

The Cowboy Revival in Modern Music

This past year has seen the return of the cowboy in music, but it's not a title meant for just anyone. 

by JULIA DAVIES

Sitting Down with the Co–Ceos of Penn Fashion Week: Fashion Reimagined

Olivia Klein and Chrissy Walker share their experiences with exploring creative careers in the fashion industry.

by JESS ARATEN

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