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Jasper Jams

The Soundtrack to Many of My Firsts

November 7, 2019

by GABRIELLA DEPINHO, News Editor We’ve all lived through a lot of firsts and those moments are generally unforgettable. Looking back on “firsts” there’s some sort of magic that nostalgia works on those moments, making them even more [...]

Some Favorite Curated Collaborations

October 28, 2019

by GABRIELLA DEPINHO, News Editor Over the summer, Ed Sheeran released his album “No. 6 Collaborations Project” inspired by the EP “No. 5 Collaborations Project,” which he made before his album “+” which launched his career. As a fan [...]

Jasper Jams: Songs of My Summer

August 29, 2019

by GABRIELLA DEPINHO, News Editor Now that school is back in full swing, it’s only appropriate for radio show hosts and friends to start debating what the song of the summer was. This can be the song that dominated the airwaves for far too long, [...]

Jasper Jams: Grammy Nominations

February 9, 2019

Jasper Jams started up again in February of last year as a way to talk about the results of the Grammy Award ceremony, so it’s only fitting that with this column’s one year anniversary, we talk predictions. The Grammy Awards are taking place [...]

Jasper Jams: Winter Break Releases

January 23, 2019

While you were catching up on sleep or with high school friends, traveling abroad, to the next state over or just staying on your local roads, everyone else kept on working, including musicians. The holiday season usually keeps everyone busy enough [...]

Jasper Jams: Study Music

November 28, 2018

In the last few weeks of the semester, with all of the projects, papers, quizzes, presentations and last minute tests, it’s important to get to work. I’ve practically been living in the library lately, all I’m missing is food and a shower [...]

Jasper Jams: Thanksgiving Music

November 14, 2018

The second the clock turned from 11:59 p.m. on October 31st to 12:00 a.m. on November 1st, my suite-mate started listening to Christmas music. I actually think she probably started listening to Christmas music before Halloween even happened. I, for [...]

The Search for Springfest

November 2, 2018

by GABRIELLA DEPINHO, Asst. News Editor It’s that time of year again: the leaves are falling, midterms are over, the sun sets at 6 p.m. and you’re already tired of it being cold and can’t wait until it’s spring again. As if Student [...]