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Swift Tells a New Love Story in Her Version

Taylor Swift announced in 2019 that she would be re-recording her first five albums beginning in November of 2020. The masters of these albums, recorded with Big Machine Records, were acquired and then sold again to a private holding company. Swift left Big Machine Records when her contract expired in 2018 and signed with Republic


Swift: from folklore to evermore

(Flickr) Released during quarantine, Taylor Swift’s sister albums folklore and evermore are story songs about heartbreak but also about joy, especially in “long story short” and “tolerate it.” Swift’s genres have changed from her country roots in Fearless, Reputation, and Lover, as have her vocal ranges in ways her  listeners have never heard.  folklore was released Friday,


Singing into New Year with Blackbear and Wiz Khalifa

(Flickr) Cheers by Blackbear featuring Wiz Khalifa includes a positive message, with its optimistic lyrics that reach out to anyone hoping for better things in the new year, especially when it comes to missing friends, being on zoom and experiencing mood swings.  Blackbear has released 5 albums, 6 extended plays and 2 collaborative albums. His partner


Revisiting 2000’s Rom-Coms with Easy A

Emma Stone and Penn Badgley lead characters in Easy A (( There are many teen dramas produced around the 2000’s that are arguably unrivaled by any new teen dramas. For example, Clueless and Mean Girls, and Easy A is up there with them. Easy A stars a high schooler named Olive Pendergast (Emma Stone), who within her school


Camping Out on Campus

Not quite glam-ping but pretty close. (Sari Shocket’22/Media) We aren’t really camping out on campus, but it sure feels like it. For the first weeks of school, we ate in the Lazarus Courtyard on our tarps. But then the rain came and in just a few days, Academy hoisted a large tent with flaps, a