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Nick Joyner


Street x Sundance: 'Honey Boy'

Written by Shia Labeouf and starring FKA twigs, this tale of childhood abuse remains tragic despite a clichéd structure.

Street x Sundance: 'Adam' Review

'Transparent' producer Rhys Ernst delivers a queer comedy with tenderness and teaching moments in equal measure.

Street x Sundance: 'Dirty God' Review

Sacha Polak's frustrating English language debut follows a young mother's recovery in the aftermath of an acid attack.

Street x Sundance: 'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile' Review

The Zac Efron/Ted Bundy film isn't the movie the Internet thinks it is. It's far less controversial and far more boring.

Letter from the Editor 11.28.2018

It all comes to an end—for me at least.

Letter from the Editor 11.7.18

Best of Penn, back at it again.

Letter From the Editor 10.31.18

How my childhood fascination with horror movies made me into the cinema studies major I am today. 

Letter from the Editor 10.24.18

My final PennInTouch course cart has me reflecting on my Penn education.

Letter from the Editor 10.17.18

Why I've stopped looking forwards to things—and why you should too.

Letter from the Editor 10.11.18

50 years after its inception, Street is still alive and kickin'. I couldn't be more honored to be leading it today.

Letter from the Editor 10.03.18

In search of feral ponies and senior year clarity.

Hop Over to Hop Sing Laundromat

This Chinatown Speakeasy has strict rules, stiff drinks, and a whole lotta atmosphere.

Letter from the Editor 9.12.18

It's a red party for UTB's 10th birthday.

Letter from the Editor 9.5.18

On moms, phones, and irregular communication.

Letter from the Editor 8.29.18

Street is back and better than ever.

Letter from the Editor 4.18.18

An ode to faithful housemates and stable living situations.

Letter from the Editor 4.11.18

Spring Fling ain't that serious.

Letter from the Editor 4.4.18

What the dead squirrel in my wall taught me about relaxation

CupcakKe, Sage the Gemini, JoJo, and The All–American Rejects to Headline 2018 Spring Fling

Penn's Social Planning and Events Committee announced Friday night that the 2018 Spring Fling Concert will feature four artists. 

Italian Fare with Prohibition–Era Flair at Wm. Mulherin's Sons

Dine like a bootlegger in this 118–year–old Fishtown eatery that’s got shareable platters and old–school ambiance to spare.
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