​FALL In Love With Your Major With These Fall Anthems
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​FALL In Love With Your Major With These Fall Anthems

Find your new song based on your college major

​FALL In Love With Your Major With These Fall Anthems
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Music is so essential to thrive in college, that there are so many new songs out there that can echo exactly what you study. Whether you already love your major or can no longer stand it, having just a small addition to your playlist can make a huge difference. Which fall song you are based on your college major?

*Most of the following songs were released this year, while a few of them were released within the last couple of years.

1. Anthropology: "Culture" by Hembree

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Studying various forms of societies and behaviors will have you seeking music to correlate along. Studying the underlying themes of culture will make you think about what "running with the crowd" really is in different contexts.

2. Business: "It Doesn't Matter Why" by Silversun Pickups

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Business majors know what needs to get done and they don't need any explanation for why they do what they do as they climb their way to the top.

3. Anything Pre-Med: "Chemistry" by Arcade Fire

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You can't deny that good chemistry you have with your constant wave of Orgo quizzes.

4. Computer Science: "Digital" by Imagine Dragons

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While studying to evolve the technology of the future, you may as well add something more "digital" to your repertoire.

5. Education: "Pulp Of Youth" by The Growlers

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Celebrate your love of working with the future youth generation.

6. English: "Typical Story" by Hobo Johnson

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Which lyric best refers to a story that you're analyzing in class?

7. Film: "House Of Glass" by Cage The Elephant

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"Smile for the camera" since all of it is "an iIllusion" as we work to capture the moments we want to document for the world one take at a time

8. History: "Nostalgic" by A R I Z O N A

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With the drive to learn about the past, you definitely have the nostalgic bone in your body!

9. Math: "123456" by Fitz and The Tantrums

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The title of the song speaks for itself. This uptempo bop may be just what you need the next time you need to count things out.

10. Music: "New Birth In New England" by Phosphorescent

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Major in music to meet your best friend by complementing their piano playing skills

11. Politics: "Complainer" by Cold War Kids

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These students don't just sit around and talk about what's wrong with the world, they make an effort to go and make the world a better place for themselves.

12. Psychology: "Memories" by Maroon 5

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Make new memories in your classes as your study memory and listen to "Memories." What a memorable semester you'll have for sure!

13. Spanish: "Señorita" by Shawn Mendes and Camilla Cabello

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Considering that this song will literally play on the radio 10 times in a 30 minute interval….that's it...that's all I have to say for this description

14. Studio Art: "You Should See Me In A Crown" by Billie Eilish

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Studio art majors are always creating, and you never know what they'll make next.

15. Theater: "Mirror Master" by Young The Giant

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You're always be the star in control of your own show, and this song is here to remind you of it

16. Women's/Gender Studies: "Like A Girl" by Lizzo

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Girls are the ultimate role model and our queen, Lizzo (aka the next Beyoncé), is here to preach it. Anyone here is ready to take on school and then the world "Like a Girl."

17. Independent Major: "I'm So Free" by Beck

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You're so free now to explore your own curriculum. You're not tied to any pre-fixed degree. You take the classes you want to take and set your own academic goals to find the perfect major for yourself.

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