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7 science-related podcasts worth a listen

Here are a few that I’ve been loving lately, as well as a few I’ve been meaning to listen to in the near future.

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Moving Forward, 2017

It’s been an eventful year, as always. It was a sound wave of up and downs, and I don’t think I ever truly understood how much could happen within a short amount of time until this fall after starting school.

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Review: Beauty Behind The Madness

This album came out a little over a week ago, and I feel like from the minute it dropped, there was a large-scale freak out.  Continue reading

Review: Lift a Sail

Good day, nerdlings!

Screen Shot 2014-10-13 at 12.51.13 PMAbout a week ago, one of my favorite bands of all time, Yellowcard, came out with a new album.

First of all, EEEEEEEE! I’m super pumped about this new music- I’ve been listening to Yellowcard for quite a while now (since around sixth or seventh grade) and I love seeing all the different things they’ve come up with over time. When they announced the upcoming release of their ninth album, Lift a Sail, a couple months ago, I couldn’t have been more excited.

Also, let me just say- the cover art is probably my favorite out of all the Yellowcard albums. I think it’s absolutely gorgeous, and it totally fits with the mood of the whole album.

So, in honor of this awesome new release, I’ve decided that I’ll share some of my thoughts on this album. Be sure to give it a listen, I’m quite fond of it! If you want to buy it, you can do so right here through iTunes.

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Review: “I Am The Messenger” sent me an important message…

I was poking through our school library, looking for The Book Thief by Markus Zusak upon a friend’s recommendation. But to my dismay, all the copies were checked out. While I was looking in the section, though, I spotted a couple other books under the same author, and I grabbed the first one I saw- I Am The Messenger.

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