I’ve compiled a playlist to take you through the week, with each track corresponding to a different day’s temperatures. Enjoy!

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  Have you ever had to walk from West to East campus? With the walk time averaging between 20-30 minutes (it can be a quick walk if you are late, trust me), it can get pretty boring without some music playing. Below is a playlist consisting of songs that I listen to on the daily […]

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By Sarah Kirkpatrick, Staff Writer @Kirkpatrick_SJ 2014 has certainly had its low points, but at least in the world of music, it has been an excellent year. From Samuel Herring’s dance moves on Letterman to Robin Thicke’s failed album, and from Nicki Minaj’s iconic “Anaconda” video and reunion tours by Outkast and Neutral Milk Hotel […]

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By Sarah Kirkpatrick, MUSE Editor @Kirkpatrick_SJ This weekend’s Boston Calling is bound to be a diverse set of shows, to say the least. From hip-hop superstars to pop-rock queens, and from local up-and-comers to indie rock men of the hour, there’s a little bit of everything for even the most discerning musical palettes. Be sure […]

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By Hannah Landers, Muse Editor @hannland I could say that it was hard to narrow my life down to just 20 songs, that I struggled and debated and agonized over every track. But when I really sat down and thought, when I really contemplated which songs have had real impact and given my life real substance, […]

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By Sarah Kirkpatrick, Editor-In-Chief @Kirkpatrick_SJ My entire life has extremely music-rich. There was a constant supply of classic rock playing as my mom drove me around as a child. Growing up in the Pacific Northwest, grunge was part of the culture (I still wear flannel and beanies quite frequently, prompting plenty of reactions from my […]

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By Ross Hsu, Staff Writer The way I see it, everyone gets their music taste from his or her parents. I’ve liked a ton of different bands in my time, and most of them have lost my attention as I’ve found new loves. The ones that stay around, though, are the ones that remind me […]

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By Kate Ebeling, Staff Writer @kebbietot For many people out there, Christmas music is a year-round genre. They listen to it in July and really pull out the stops come early November. As a self-proclaimed Christmas purist, I believe that the only time you can begin to start celebrating the most wonderful time of the […]

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By Steph Solis, Staff On nearly every freshman’s checklist is his or her first visit to FitRec. My freshman-year roommate and I crossed that off our list on the first week of school, but instead of working out, we just took the tour and left. We went back in for a minute, realizing we hadn’t […]

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By Lauren Dezenski, Online Editor With all of this (legitimate) hype over the superstorm Frankenstorm Hurricane Sandy, it’s high time we prepare in every way, shape and form possible. Translation: make a playlist. You’re welcome, Eastern Seaboard. Ke$ha’s “Blow” starts things on the right foot–who doesn’t love Ke$ha, or better yet, the visual of that […]

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