Mid-Week Music #6- Mary Kate's Music
This week our events coordinator Mary Kate has put together a playlist with classic favorites from Paramore to Bob Dylan! Give it a listen!
Rise Up- Andra Day
Imagine- John Lennon
Cecilia And The Satellite- Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness
Unwritten- Natasha Bedingfield
Fire Away- Chris Stapleton
I Wanna Dance with Somebody- Whitney Houston
The Only Exception- Paramore
Danny’s Song- Kenny Loggins
Love Me Like You Do- Ellie Goulding
The Times They Are A-Changin’- Bob Dylan
This playlist is inspired by the many goodbyes going on around campus right now: goodbye to classes and professors, goodbye to the buildings where I’ve spent the majority of my last four years, and hardest of all, goodbye to Mentality Magazine.
Although this Mid-Week Music is a little different than usual, songs from musicals and musical movies always seem to make me happier and I hope you enjoy them too. This playlist includes songs from Wicked, La La Land, RENT, Hairspray, and many more.
As Women's History Month comes to a close, I wanted to share another playlist of some amazing female artists that are making history right now. Despite the additional obstacles to success that many face, women have made incredible contributions to society, including the music industry, and this playlist is just a taste of that impact.
I present a collection of songs that speak truth to the sentimentality of the past. A few retrospectively, some as old as the moments themselves, yet all inexplicably linked to the people, events, and various headspaces that I find my thoughts fixating on.
With midterms coming up, we all need a little more joy in our lives. These are all songs that make me the happiness when I am upset. With artists like Zedd and Mikky Ekko, your stress will instantly melt away. Delta Rae said it best: jealous is the night when the morning comes!
In honor of Valentine’s Day being this week, this playlist’s theme is about the cycle of love. From the first days of having a crush, to the honeymoon phase, to the fall out, and then unfortunate post-breakup stage, whatever part of “love” you may find yourself at, there is a song for you.