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Srinidhi Ramakrishna


The Complicated Past and Uncertain Future of Penn Ethnic Studies

Students and faculty reflect on the need for academic diversity.

Green Soul: Soul Food, but Make it Healthy

Enjoy fresh, healthy fare at this trendy eatery. 

Hurrah for the Red, White, and Blue

ROTC students commit to military life early. How does that shape their Penn experience? 

The Government Shutdown is Over, but Penn Still Feels The Aftershock

Reckoning with the effects of the longest government shutdown in American history. 

The Case For The Interlude

Those tracks nobody listens to on albums are better than you might think. 

On 'El mal querer,' Rising Global Superstar Rosalía Fuses Tradition With Pop

Giving flamenco a modern twist, you don’t need to know Spanish to enjoy her music. But her increasing popularity has raised questions of cultural appropriation along the way. 

Soulful and Candid, The Internet Comes to Philadelphia

The jazzy alt–R&B band played the Fillmore on November 29th. 

Penn Sargam and Penn Sangam Explore Their Identities Through Music

The fusion ensemble and discussion-based organization collaborated over chai, samosas, and good tunes.  

BREAKING: Tierra Whack to Headline SPEC–J&G and SPEC–TRUM's Fall Show

The three genre–bending artists will put on a performance for Penn students. 

The Top 5 TV Shows About Music

Street presents a roundup of musically–inclined shows you should be watching next.

"Room 25" Solidifies Noname as a Rapper You Should Know

The debut album by the musician Rolling Stone called “one of the best rappers alive.”

Ella Mai's "Ella Mai" Doesn't Do Her Talents Justice

Her debut album is fun, but mostly unexceptional.

You Need to Listen to Spotify's New Global X Playlist

Rhythmic jams from around the world. 

At Jazz & Grooves’ First Show, DJ Haram and Injury Reserve Bring the Heat

The pounding beats and thunderous vocals kept the crowd moving until early morning. 

It's Sweater Weather: A Fall Playlist

Music to get you through the autumn blues.
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