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Songs of the summer offer nostaglia and empowerment

Amanda Cavoto — Arts & Entertainment Editor Music has an interesting way of leaving a mental watermark on each of the four seasons here in Connecticut. Songs seem to have a lasting impact that can transport people to the time period in which they first heard it. Let us take a look at the songs that will be a staple to the

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Students say artists do not have to define sexuality

Jessica Guerrucci—Reporter When Ariana Grande sang the line, “I like women and men” in her new song, “Monopoly,” fans began speculating about her sexuality, but she said it is not something she needs to define. Rumors regarding Grande’s sexuality began to circulate after she released the song with Victoria Monét on April 1. A fan tweeted at her, telling Grande

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Seven problematic things about “7 rings”

Amanda Cavoto—Arts & Entertainment Editor After releasing her album “sweetener” back in August 2018, which hit number one on Billboard 200 soon after its debut, Grande did not miss a beat for her next era and released her single and album title “thank u, next,” on Nov. 3, 2018. After seeing its massive success as her first number-one single on

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Grande’s new sound creates highs and lows

Amanda Cavoto – Copy Editor Ariana Grande took a chance with her promotional team for her latest album, “Sweetener,” released on Aug. 17, 2018. With her new strategy of heavy promotion on social media platforms such as creating a separate Instagram for the album and constant sneak peaks on her Instagram stories, she left fans anxiously waiting for its release.

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