Songs get MC students through the semester

It was the best of times; it was the worst of times. This semester at Maryville College is almost at an end and what a semester it was. What better way to sum up each student’s experience of this semester than with a song? We asked Maryville College students what song they would choose to describe this school semester and put all the answers together to create the Maryville College 2019 fall semester soundtrack.

  1. “Bring Me to Life” by Evanescence: “The semester started out grate but now I’m like bring me back to life,” said Kimberly Donavan, sophomore.
  2. “Soulmate” by Lizzo: “It is female impowering and makes me feel like a strong independent woman,” said Savannah Stewart, sophomore.
  3. “Same Old Mistakes” by Rihanna: “I keep making the same mistakes over and over,” said Grace Matthews, junior.
  4. “Nobody” by Casting Crowns: “Even though I may be busy with school and not have as much free time as I’d like, I don’t stop trying to be a disciple throughout my day,” said Jack King, freshman.
  5. “Unpredictable” by 5 Seconds of Summer: “I don’t think that I fully understood college life, until I got here,” said Dani MacDonald, freshman.
  6. “Killing Me” by Jacob Whitesides: “It’s been a really hard semester,” said Sierra Whitesides, freshman.
  7. “L.A. Woman” by The Doors: “It’s a fast song, and this semester has been very busy,” said Adam Brown, junior.
  8. “Helplessly Hoping” by Crosby Stills and Nash: “I’m helplessly hoping that the semester will get better,” said Hudson Perrine, junior.
  9. “Lust for Life” by Lana Del Rey: “I had a friend pass away this semester, and I really lust for his life,” said Melanie Kowalewski, freshman.
  10. “All I Want”by Joey Michel: “I really love the entire album; it gets me through the semester,” said Eliza Komisar, junior.

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