Written by: Daniella Conde Copyedited by: Yamika Ramesh “Red” is easily one of Taylor Swift’s most recognizable albums, and she has taken ownership of it in true Taylor fashion - with grace, red lipstick and joyous fanfare. On June 18, 2021, Taylor announced the release date of the re-recording; since then, fans have emotionally prepared … Continue reading Red (Taylor’s Version) Is Here
Written by: Brian Paulsen Unnaturally pitched vocals, a heavy dose of synth and lyrics that blend self-aware jokes with more somber, angst-ridden refrains. This is how one could begin to describe hyperpop, a music style that has recently begun making waves in the music industry. However, it’s difficult to fully summarize the genre in a … Continue reading What is Hyperpop?
Written by Karina Bravo Throughout this crazy past year, music has played a big part in preserving our sanity and reminding us of happier times. Here you will find the highlights of my quarantine playlist and hopefully find something to add to your Spotify library. Whether you’re in a reflective, nostalgic mood, or want to … Continue reading The Ultimate Quarantine Playlist
Story by Jason Li Short answer: Open your heart, close your eyes and tap into your memories. Long answer: Classical music is not the go-to genre for most people. We come in contact with it like auditory secondhand smoke at airports and Panera Breads. We might put on some Beethoven to combat the stress of … Continue reading How to Enjoy Classical Music
BY MADISON HINDO Starting March 29, during Honors early registration, students will get the option to take a one-credit class on Gainesville native and rock legend Tom Petty. The University of Florida Honors Program will offer a one-credit course on Petty in the Fall as part of the (Un)common Reads program. The class is called … Continue reading “Learning to fly:” A class on Tom Petty offered