Tuesday’s weather forecast was 70 degrees and sunny in San Luis Obispo, which is very different than the forecast over on the East Coast, where a blizzard named “Jonas” — and not of the brothers kind — has made a hit.
No storm in California means students can enjoy musical hits and study for midterms under the sun.
Alyssa Wogahn, child development senior
Listening to: “Dreams” by Fleetwood Mac
MN: Where do you imagine yourself listening to this song other than here?
AW: “I imagine myself on the way to the desert, in a car with some friends, with the windows rolled down and cactus in the distance.”
Benjamin Porter, aerospace engineering freshman
Listening to: “Frozen Tundra” by Bobby Raps
MN: If you could personify this song to a city you’ve visited, been to or just have knowledge about, which would it be and why?
BP: “I haven’t been (there) but it would be St. Paul, Minnesota because that’s where he’s from so he tries to pull from his roots there.”
Dallas Butler, economics junior
Listening to: “Stay” by Kygo
MN: What movie or T.V. show soundtrack do you think this song would fit into?
DB: “I think it would fit in better with a commercial, maybe like a shoe brand — Converse or Vans.”
Megan Gage, food science freshman
Listening to: “Fool for Love” by Lord Huron
MN: What special life event do you think this song is good for?
MG: “Falling in love. (It’s) pretty much just a love song.”
Taylor Page, chemistry sophomore
Listening to: “Silver Coin” by Angus & Julia Stone
MN: Describe how this song makes you feel.
TP: “(It) particularly makes me focused, studying for a linear exam.”