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By Andre Hascall

Students often walk around, to-and-from campus with headphones on and music turned up. With all of us having our own musical tastes, the thought of what others were listening to was an intriguing thought. Regardless of their tastes in music all of us students have one thing in common, and it is that our music means something to us.

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Sophomore Wildlife Major, Tonita Johnson’s musical tastes are more underground. Her favorite artist is Nao, “She’s kind of alternative, and soulful,” Johnson said. Photo credit: Andre Hascall
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Sophomore Biology Major, Perin Swanson can be found listening to a variety of bay area music. However, he keeps old school songs close to home. Often listening to Mac Dre and Andre Nickatina, “Their rap style really shows what the bay is about,” Swanson said.
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Ashley Eckman, Junior Criminology Major prefers to have Kendrick Lamar in her daily playlist. “It pumps me up, it wakes me up and it cheers me up too, I guess,” Eckman said. Photo credit: Andre Hascall
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Kai Cooper (left), Freshman International Studies Major, often will listen to Doses and Mimosas by Cherub during her day. Amanda McDonald (Right), Freshman Environmental Education Major had to narrow her song choices down to one Artist, Esbe and their album “Bloomsdale”. Photo credit: Andre Hascall

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