Will Peischel

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It feels like it was just last week that you were deliberating which textbooks to buy. Suddenly, finals are a week away and getting closer, fast. It’s time to hit the library — maybe for the first time this quarter. What music helps you sift through your notes and textbooks?

Katerina Axelsson, wine and viticulture senior

“Little By Little” by Radiohead

“They experiment a lot,” she said. “No album is the same; they’re constantly evolving.”

Kemper Whaley, mechanical engineering senior

“Push Play” by Miriam Bryant

“It’s mellow,” he said. “I can do homework to it.”

Bobby Panu, business administration junior

“Can’t Wait” by Claude VonStroke

“It’s easy to get lost in as music,” he said. “It doesn’t bother you when you listen to it.”

Kiley Becker, business administration freshman

“Right Above It” by Lil Wayne

“I like to listen to that kind of music when I’m studying,” she said.

Kevin Church, architectural engineering sophomore

“Concerning Hobbits” by Howard Shore

“It fits almost everything,” he said.

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