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Arts & Entertainment

'Captain Marvel': A Promising Prototype

One small step for Captain Marvel, one giant leap for Marvel–kind.

by CALISTA LOPEZ

Sigrid Explodes into the Pop Scene with Her Debut Album

Spoiler alert: she may have written 2019’s greatest breakup banger.

by BEATRICE FORMAN

What's Causing the Resurgence of the Horror Genre?

Over the past decade, horror has gone from a B–movie gore fest to an artistic landscape for directors to show off. Why?

by SAMANTHA SANDERS

Ricky Gervais' New Show 'After Life' Is a Disappointment

This show, which he writes, directs, and stars in, just proves his critics right. 

by ANA HALLMAN

The Best Irish Artists to Listen to this St. Patrick's Day

Drink a Guinness, wear some green, and jam out to the best artists Ireland has to offer.

by PAUL LITWIN

Hozier Steps Out of Church and into the Wasteland on His Sophomore Album

Hozier is back with new depth on 'Wasteland, Baby!' 

by JULIA DAVIES

Steven Spielberg and the Netflix Problem

Should Netflix films be held to the same standard as traditional ones?

by ANNA COLLINS

Ten Songs Discovered Through Spotify's Pollen Playlist

A unique Spotify playlist that's perfect for discovering new artists.

by TERESA XIE

Revisiting Oscar Night with Claire Sliney, Executive Producer of 'Period. End of Sentence.'

The Penn sophomore on winning for Best Documentary (Short Subject)

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

'Studio 54' Takes You On A Wild Trip Through Disco's Golden Age

'I didn’t think the party would ever end'—watch the rise and fall of the infamous nightclub now on Netflix.

by EMMA HARRIS

Why Hip–Hop Producer Madlib Doesn't Get the Credit He Deserves

One of rap's most prolific producers is also one of its most undersold.

by PAUL LITWIN

Rest Assured, The Jonas Brother’s 'Sucker' Doesn’t Suck

 But spoiler alert: their comeback single is no “Year 3000.” 

by BEATRICE FORMAN

Listen to Hand Habits' Latest Single 'what lovers do'

Meg Duffy contemplates love and desire on this hypnotic folk track. 

by JOHNNY VITALE

The Ever–Evolving Trope of the Manic Pixie Dream Girl

It's time for the all–too–familiar one–dimensional female archetype to end, once and for all. 

by SHRIYA BEESAM

'Mythic Creatures' Exhibition at Drexel: Myth and Nature Are Not So Different, After All

Academy of Natural Sciences takes on the history of myth, exploring the relationship between nature and legend.

by JESS ARATEN

Offset’s 'Father of 4' is the Best Migos Solo Album Yet

The rapper goes solo and sets himself apart from his fellow Migos members.

by PAUL LITWIN

Artist of the Week: Stella Donnelly Isn't Afraid

On 'Beware of the Dogs,' the Australian singer–songwriter calls out rape culture and white nationalism.

by SAM KESLER

grandson's 'a modern tragedy vol. 2' Doubles Down on the Tragedy

On his sophomore EP, the Canadian rapper trades anger for melancholy.

by MELANNIE JAY

Netflix's 'The Umbrella Academy' Pilot: A Refreshing Take on Adapting Comic Book Stories

This series about seven former child superheroes is dark and intriguing from the very beginning.

by BEBE HODGES

Mike Krol Battles Heartbreak on 'Power Chords'

On his latest record, Krol barks and bites his way through lost love with his signature fuzz.

by JOHNNY VITALE

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