Tune Diaries: January

Hello, World.

It’s that time again that I share what’s currently repeating in my Spotify or iTunes. January is the “fun” month on campus, and so this playlist represents the endless possibilities, the fun adventures, the trying of new things, the crazy 2 am conversations so frequently had, and the new faces you meet when you can finally take a class outside your major (in theory). I’m having so much fun discussing Faulkner’s Yoknapatawpha County, and the race relations as well as gender relations within that county rooted so deeply in the irony that composes Southern hospitality. Other classes I’m not enrolled in, but that my friends are loving? A course about California’s history, and it’s place in the literary world, a course on copyrights and the idea of plagiarism in the real world (SO jealous of this!!), a course on artists looking at territory, violence, and war, and my personal favorite of my friends’ courses: coffee vs. tea, battle of the mega-beverages. I would love to sit around and sip coffee and tea, and look at the physical make up of each! Anyway, this playlist toasts the crazy adventures of those students at school this month, and those students trekking through the unfamiliar terrain of Rome, Ireland, Greece, Rwanda, or Cambodia. Enjoy listening, and share with me some of your favorite tunes of the moments. 

Hurricane- MS MR
Timber- Pitbull feat. Kesha
Cannonball- Lea Michele
Love Somebody- Maroon 5
I Never Told You- Colbie Caillat
Sweet Caroline- Neil Diamond
Waiting for The Dawn- The Mowgli’s
White teeth Teens- Lorde
Anything Could Happen- Ellie Goulding
Flaws- Bastille
Keep Together- Hunter Hunted

Listen HERE.

Callie Leigh

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