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Whispers about midterms are being carried by the wind, and half of the campus is still trying to pretend that the academic year hasn’t started. If you’re feeling down and need a fun pick-me-up to help you struggle through the week, this playlist is for you. Enjoy the songs of your childhood and pretend that you are still young and free of responsibility.

1.) Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself) Ne-Yo

Pop heartthrob Ne-Yo just wants to love you, so let him do his thing and steal your heart. Fun fact: Sia co-wrote the chorus to this jam.

2.) Jenny from the Block Jennifer Lopez, Jadakiss, Styles P

You know Jennifer Lopez, but do you know “Jenny from the Block”? J-Lo stays in touch with her roots (but covers her roots with a newsboy cap. We’re glad that those are out of style).

3.) Untouched The Veronicas

We “can’t forget you”, The Veronicas. Teen pop, trendy side bangs and “lalalala”s were commonly celebrated in the early 2000’s.

4.) Beverly Hills Weezer

Do you ever dream about being rich and famous? So does Weezer. While you’re eating “college food” and sharing space with your weird roommate, you can fantasize about living in Beverly Hills.

5.) Soundtrack 2 My Life Kid Cudi

Kid Cudi’s latest album was, to say the least, different from his iconic style that permanently altered the hip-hop game. Throw it back to the better days with this song.

6.) Too Little, Too Late Jojo

Jojo totally understands your relationship problems. Pour out your soul to this slow jam and check out Jojo’s new music! She’s making a comeback just like the scrunchie.

7.) Ain’t No Other Man Christina Aguilera

“Tell your mother, your brother, your sister, and your friends” to listen to this song and watch the corresponding music video, which was nominated for four different MTV Video Music Awards.
8.) Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It Will Smith

The “Fresh Prince” hit ’97 with this classic hip-hop hit. Nas, fellow hip-hop artist, recently silenced rumors that he ghost wrote this song, proving that Will Smith is a true legend.

9.) We Got The Party Hannah Montana

Everyone remembers the legendary performance of this anthem on “Hannah Montana” featuring the Jonas Brothers. Grab a hairbrush and jump around your dorm as you sing along with your roommate!

Meghan Mahar, Entertainment Editor

Meghan is a sophomore pursuing two degrees in Marketing and Business Management. She is a member and Alumnae Committee Chair of Phi Sigma Sigma at the...

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