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Plugged In: What Bruins are listening to on Bruinwalk

By Daily Bruin Staff

Nov. 26, 2012 11:17 p.m.

Editor’s note: This post was updated on Feb. 12, 2021, to remove a featured photograph. While the Daily Bruin employs a rigorous no-retractions policy, 2020-21 Editor in Chief Melissa Morris has granted an exception to policy in this single case because the previous photo posed consequential risk of physical endangerment to a source.

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Kyle Pavia


Kevin Suh


Kendall White


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Kendall White
Third-year, biochemistry
“Sick of Being Broke” by Trae tha Truth
“I’m feeling it because I really am so sick of being broke.”

Earl Escueta
Second-year, computer science
“Fly Me to the Moon” by Utada Hikaru
“I like all the versions of this song because it’s a classic and hers is a more modern take on it.”

Ishan Rampuria
First-year, economics
“Turn on Me” by The Shins
“I just had my iPod on shuffle.”

Kathleen Lara
Fourth-year, international development studies
“Hotline” by Ciara
“It has a fun beat … for me to get ready for school.”

Kevin Suh
Second-year, psychobiology
“Don’t Know Why” by Norah Jones
“It’s very relaxing and very calming.”

Ryan Tom
Graduate student, electrical engineering
“Disarm the Sun and Moon” by Above and Beyond vs. Dash Berlin
“Dash Berlin is one of my favorite artists to see live.”

Thabisile Griffin
Graduate, Afro-American studies
“Never Let Me Down” by Kanye West
“I’m from Chicago and I love Kanye.”

Kyle Pavia
Third-year, American Indian studies
“Lies” by Marina and the Diamonds
“I like this song because it’s upbeat.”

What are you listening to as you walk to class these days? Tell us in the comments.

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