Nick Joyner


The Best Bar Grub

Because isn't every bar crawl better with food?


Love Issue: Letter from the Editor 2.14.18

On Street's Love Issue and Natasha Bedingfield the love guru.

Penn 10: Gautam Nagaraj

Gautam Nagaraj thinks we can colonize the moon. Read more about one of Penn's biggest aerospace enthusiasts.

UME's Entertainment Alum Homecoming

Three graduated Quakers open up about their experience in entertainment and media.


Letter from the Editor 4.4.18

What the dead squirrel in my wall taught me about relaxation

It's Dumping Season

Probably the only time we'll recommend movies for you to not see.


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.


After 44 Years, Spring Fling Is Leaving the Quad

In the past, Spring Fling has been two days, featuring daytime performances and food vendors in the Quad as well as a carnival on College Green. Now, the annual celebration will be a single–day event at Penn Park.


Letter from the Editor 2.21.18

On lecture room shoppers and retail therapy solidarity.


D’JaGirls Go To D’Jakarta

Live fast, die young, bad D’JaGirls do it well.


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. 

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Why Penn's new social event policies have infuriated students and raised the cost of partying

Penn convened a task force last year in part to combat sexual violence. So how did that lead to $90/hr parties?


Letter from the Editor 4.11.18

Spring Fling ain't that serious.

Hurrah for the Red and Blue (and the Green)

Despite the University’s attempts, for many Penn students green living takes a backseat to convenience and carelessness.

Preview of Philadelphia Film Festival 25

We're pretty excited.

Student Documentary Tackles Jewish Matchmaking in the Digital Age

In case you were wondering what a shadchan is.

What You Binge Watched Over Break

Amazon Prime and chill?

Spotlight and the Shadow of Sex Abuse

An annual CAS panel shed some light on how movies illuminate social issues.

Ira Sach on His Newest Film 'Little Men' and the Little Things of Growing up

"Part of the emotion of the film is realizing that some things can be over." 

It's French and It's Sad: Arnaud Desplechin's My Golden Days

The director dishes on his first movie about youth.


Letter from the Editor 3.14.18

On sunburnt elbows and self–realizations

Here and Queer

Alec Josiah (C’17) grew up in Tennessee, with a very specific idea of what fraternities should be.


Letter from the Editor 4.18.18

An ode to faithful housemates and stable living situations.

The Accountant

Quaker Alum Gavin O'Connor's Dishes on His Newest Film 'The Accountant'

The newest cinematic offering from one of Penn's very own.

Movies You Should Have Seen in 2015, But Probably Didn't

It's not too late to become a buff.

'Paterson' is Cool, Calm, and Almost Flawless

Paterson lives in Paterson. He drives a city bus five days a week for a living, lives in a sweetly humble home with a tilted mailbox that he fixes upon coming home from work daily.

Fontaine's The Innocents and Feminist Nuns

Nuns just wanna have fun(damental agency over their actions).


Letter from the Editor 2.28.18

A bit of the old Collegiate Dread.

Your Week In Film & TV (09.24.15)

Viola Davis meets Game of Thrones meets Sundance hits. What else would you need? 

Street Talks: Noam Osband

A close look at Street's conversation with one of Penn's most innovative grad students

Moonlight at the Philadelphia Film Festival

Hop on the hype machine.

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'The Post': Meryl Streep, Steven Spielberg, and Tom Hanks Debrief Street on their Newest Film

"Because sometimes bad news, makes good newspaper," Streep told Street in a group interview.


Letter from the Editor 3.21.18

'March of the Penguins' and crying in the movie theater


Letter from the Editor 1.31.2018

How snow almost ruined calculus for me.

Your Week in Film and TV 2.18.16

Y'all know the drill.

A War: Interview with Director Tobias Lindholm

The Danish director talks his Oscar–nominated film.

Street Alum Alan Sepinwall and His New Book on TV Canon

A former Managing Editor doin' some really big things.

PFS Presents: Movies On The Block

The Philadelphia Film Society brings independent film and Penn students together.

The Weight of a Grade

Finding the Meaning in GPAs.

Movie Dates Suck

Like that time your dad walked in on you getting fingered to Finding Nemo.

Hanging Out with Jason Sudeikis

His new movie Race is so hot that we're not even allowed to discuss it. Good thing we're rebels.

'The Radical Jew': Examining Right-Wing Extremism

A short film by Penn's very own grad–student–cinematographer.

What to Netflix in September

Life is all about the ebb and flow, and nothing exemplifies this better than Netflix's seasonal recalibrations of their streaming options.

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Letter from the Editor 1.24.18

Why the iPhone Reminders app has a stranglehold on my life.


UPDATED: Comedian Hasan Minhaj's Visit to Penn Postponed by a Week

The American comedian and actor will visit Penn as SPEC spring speaker.

Adam Ruins Philadelphia

But you already knew the election was a goddamn mess.

Four Hours of The Decalogue at PFF

A sampling of the titanic classic.

Zero Days: Another Thing To Worry About

Cyberwarfare, the NSA, imperial viruses, oh my!

Stranger Things: A Strange Thing

It's time to unpack the hype.


Letter from the Editor 01.18.2018

Remembering Blaze Bernstein.

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