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Luiza Louback


ARTICLES

Sex Machina: The Hot and Dangerous World of Robots

One of the biggest drivers of new technology is sex.

Judging a Book by Its Cover: Exploring 'A Little Life' and 'Orgasmic Man'

A book cover photograph has never seemed so enticing—and heartbreaking—at the same time.

Savor Authentic Brazilian Delights at Picanha Steakhouse

A culinary journey to Brazil in the heart of Center City

Jennifer Egan's Homecoming: A Writer's Journey Back to Penn

A conversation about writing, criticism, and the English major

The Book Club Revolution is Female

How women–led online communities are reshaping literary discourse

From Handicraft To Hashtags

Your grandma isn't the only one crocheting right now.

"Blue Beetle" Aimed for Uniqueness But Hit on Generic

The film is wholesome fun when it isn't a marathon of parody–like Latino clichés.

Review from Abroad: Brazilian Modernism Unleashed

 Unveiling the unseen of one of  Brazil’s greatest painters.

Black Mirror Calls Out Netflix's Exploitation Of True–Crime Stories

Black Mirror's season six blurs the line between fictional dystopia and our disturbingly read obsession with true crime.

Novellas: TikTok of the Literary World

Looking to replace endless scrolling with a new read? Novellas are the perfect place to start.

The Agony and Ecstasy of Growing Up

What we can learn about #adulting from “Everything I Know About Love” by Dolly Alderton and “Such a Fun Age” by Kiley Reid 

Writing a New Chapter with the Adroit Journal

How Peter LaBerge's literature and arts journal is opening doors for current and future Penn students

Brazilian Funk is Making Waves Across International Waters

From the Coachella stage to the World Cup field, Funk has become Brazil's hottest export.

Pretty in Pink: Marie Laurencin Was a 20th–Century “It Girl”

Marie Laurencin, a queer, mixed–heritage artist featured at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, thrived in women–only worlds.

Soft Porn for Artistic Elites

The Guerrilla Girls are reclaiming the nude female body in art.
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