Songs to fit the back to school nostalgia we’re feeling right now.
Music has the ability to uplift us, transport us and resonate within us. It can remind us of happier times, when we weren’t all wearing masks and gloves and sanitizing every possible surface.
Although there might not be much to do in quarantine, listening to music can help pass the time as you stare at the wall.
Everyone is ready for the relaxation that a week off from class brings. So sit back, relax and add some of these albums to your travel queue.
As the semester winds down, the one thing everyone has been dreading begins to loom over our heads—finals. So, to prepare for finals and the holly jolly holiday season, here is a mix of albums from holiday seasons old and new to listen to as you as you avoid studying for finals.
Do you like wearing black, chanting in dark languages, hanging out with cats and frightening men? Then I have good news for you! Being a witch is always a valid post-grad plan and an even more valid Halloween costume. These songs will help you feel like the witch you’ve wanted to be all along.
Here is a collection of mostly folk songs about longing for what’s been lost and the freedom that comes from moving on. This playlist is perfect for wistful walks through nature or nostalgic trips back home over Fall Break.
Midterm season at Wash. U. starts around the third week of classes and keeps going until finals. Here are some albums to listen to as you study.
Perhaps you’re going through a breakup and you’ve been dreading tomorrow for as long as you’ve been single. In that case, you’re in luck (musically, not romantically) because I’ve compiled a list of iconic breakup songs to get you through the day.
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