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Skylar Sena recreates Olivia Rodrigos album Sour. ILLUSTRATED AND PHOTO BY STANLEY ZHENG/THE STATESMAN

Romantic relationships portrayed in music: a reenactment

Clare Gehlich and Emily Chao March 24, 2024
Love reaches every corner of our culture, especially the music industry. Throughout the years, artists have consistently released tracks centered on romantic relationships, exploring both toxic and healthy dynamics.
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A graphic displaying the many celebrities who attended the 2024 Grammys. ILLUSTRATED BY JERRY WEINTRAUB/THE STATESMAN

The good, bad and surprising moments at the 2024 Grammys

Laura Ladekarl February 17, 2024
On Sunday, Feb. 4, comedian Trevor Noah hosted the 66th annual Grammy Awards ceremony, which was filled with exciting wins and even some drama. 
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Taylor Swifts Midnights lives up to the hype

Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” lives up to the hype

Sydney Riddle October 24, 2022
She has done it again. Taylor Swift's 10th studio album “Midnights” was released on Oct. 21, and it has left many fans awe-stricken.
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Official poster for the Weekly Wrap Up. HANYA GAO/STATESMAN FILE

The Statesman Weekly Wrap-Up Ep. 27

Laurie Wang April 9, 2021
Editors cover USG election results and recent amendments to the constitution, USG's meet and greet with actress Keke Palmer, a review of Lana Del Rey's new album “Chemtrails over the Country Club” and the importance of college internships.
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According to research, music has been proven to lessen stress and anxiety. LUIS RUIZ DOMINGUEZ/THE STATESMAN

We need some noise behind our study hours

Gabby Pardo April 22, 2018
Having music blaring through your headphones while in the library or Starbucks can benefit your emotions, productivity and memory in preparation for acing an exam and your courses in general.
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The College Music Journal has been making artists famous for 30 years

Fumi Honda October 14, 2013
The College Music Journal is a free five-day concert featuring rising artists for free. This year’s CMJ festival runs from Tuesday, Oct. 15 to Saturday, Oct. 19 hosting 932 artists.
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