It’s a Tuesday night in March in the basement of Harrison College House, and four Penn students gather around an unused pool table. The two sitting in the middle rotate the responsibility of dealing cards to the group. A $160 pot has been collected, and one dealer keeps the cash in the back pocket of his jeans. The colorful, plastic chips mean more.
They say that “sometimes 16 ain’t so sweet"—luckily these episodes are. Catch up with MTV's "My Super Sweet Sixteen" on iTunes.
Do you have what it takes to be on “My Super Sweet Sixteen?” We need stars...and friends for those stars.
This winter finale was a little too much to handle (or believe). (Aired 11.20.2014)
Surprisingly, this episode’s title is not referring to Fitz’s Sweet Baby, or is it? (Aired 11.6.2014)
Just when we thought everything was getting annoying, “Scandal” finds a way to surprise us again. (Aired 11.13.2014)
F&TV bids adieu to TV's best and worst soon–to–be–over shows.
Kathy and Emory Van Cleve teach students the ins and outs of the film industry in their class, “The Art and Business of Film.”
From outside, Room 205 in Fisher Bennett Hall seems inconspicuous: across from the Cinema Studies office and just past the second–floor bathroom, only a brass nameplate distinguishes it.
Jake vs. Olivia’s dad vs. Olivia vs. Fitz vs. Mellie vs. a Random Presidential Assassin (Aired on 10.30.2014)
This episode was pretty annoying and the only place we got was Mellie’s shower. (Aired on 10.23.2014)
Jake’s so hot, please don’t let him die, Shonda! (Aired 10.16.2014)
34th Street Magazine: How much of your film is based on lived college experience?
Racial tensions, college partying, film festival awards, interesting camera angles and breakout performances: this dramedy has all the ingredients of an Oscar winner.
A killer cliff bride and a killer gold–digging cougar mom…(Aired on 10.9.2014)
Yes, the sushiritos taste just as good as they look on Instagram.
The only union we give a shit about is Mellie and Fitz’s. Who cares about the country, right? (Aired on 10.02.2014)
Street is watching all this seasons’ pilots so you don’t have to. Read our reviews to find out which new fall shows you should watch and which ones are a total waste of time.
Street is watching all this season’s pilots so you don’t have to. Read our reviews to find out which new fall shows you should watch and which ones are a total waste of time.
Olivia Pope is back on our TV screens, but will she come back to D.C.? (Aired 09.25.2014)
Last week, The Shakespeare Globe came to the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts to perform King Lear.
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