March 29, 2018
Four years ago this Tuesday, Bleachers released the music video for their first single "I Wanna Get Better" a song that topped the Billboard alternative songs list. The song was written and sung by Bleachers front man Jack Antonoff who has also written songs for Lorde, Taylor Swift, Pink, Charlie XCX, and many more. Antonoff was also one of the coordinators and producers of the soundtrack for the new movie "Love, Simon". Bleachers also just released a music video for the first track released from that soundtrack, "Alfie's Song (Not So Typical Love Song)" here is the video for that song as well.
March 28, 2018
Song Highlight: Freaky Friday Lil Dicky ft. Chris Brown
Recently this month Lil Dicky and Chris Brown revealed the most talked about video "Freaky Friday." The song is a direct relation to the movie reference, in this case, Lil Dicky and Chris Brown switched bodies and as listeners and viewers we got a comedic mini-movie and moral lesson about self love as well as a hyperbolic perspective of their life. If you need a pick me up or quick laugh go onto YouTube and watch this great video!
March 15, 2018
New Episode of The Towers Podcast is Now Available!
A new episode of The Towers Podcast is now available! Listen to "Becoming Alumni Status: Director of Alumni Relations, Kerri Lacock" by using the PrezGuide App.
Every May, hundreds of W&J students join an exclusive club: the club of W&J alumni status. In today's episode of The Towers Podcast, host Cole Grecco sits down with Director of Alumni Relations, Kerri Lacock, where they discuss her unique path to working for the Office of Alumni Relations, why alumni should give back to their institution, and how the comedy movie Step Brothers, yes Step Brothers, plays into Kerri's every day role in the Alumni House.
The Towers Podcast is a weekly podcast that has a new episode airing every throughout the spring semester. Make sure to look for a new episode in every edition of the W&J Weekly or on the PrezGuide App, throughout the semester.
Source: School Events
Spring break is almost upon us everybody! Before you go make sure you stop by the Rossin information desk and enter to win a spring break cooler! The cooler is filled with all your spring break essentials and entering the raffle is free, and the drawing will be held today. Also be sure to tune into WNJR so you have some tunes to study to during this last push for midterms! You got this!
March 9, 2018
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March 8, 2018
Source: Olin Fine Arts Center
Tonight at 7pm in the Olin theatre there will be a performance of Copla & Tango. Copla is a type of Spanish music, and a performance of Argentinian Tango. Ada Lis Jimena and Tom Roberts will be performing. This is a free event sponsored by Latin American Studies, the Modern Languages department, and the NEH. Come out to see an event you don't want to miss!
March 7, 2018
Happy Wednesday! I hope that you are all having an amazing week so far and that with a quick listen to Lola Jane's song "Kiss Me" your week will be even better. Lola Jane is an amazing artist that has her music available on Apple Music, Soundcloud and YouTube. While Lola Jane doesn't have her own website yet, she is an up and coming artist that does have various social media accounts so if you like her and her music then follow her! Have a great rest of your week everyone and you'll hear more from me next week here on WNJR.ORG.
March 2, 2018
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Hayden James is an Australian singer, song-writer, and producer. Hayden James debuted his first album in 2013 and since then has toured with many popular artists and played at music festivals including Splendor in the Grass. One of my favorite songs by Hayden is titled "Something About You" which went gold in Australia in 2014. I stumbled upon a more recent release titled "Numb" which perfectly exemplifies Hayden's style. Hayden co-wrote a number of songs on Katy Perry's Witness album and he is currently working on a new album. Be sure to tune in to hear Hayden James and other artists like him at 91.7FM WNJR!
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March 1, 2018
Source: NEDA WebsiteAll this week the counseling service are sponsoring a table outside of G&T's with activities and information about Eating Disorders. Student counseling service staff members will also be available from time to time to talk with. Be sure to pick up a ribbon to show your support for "survivors and thrivers". You can also walk into the health services center and the health service staff will help you calculate your personal healthy BMI and check your blood pressure. Take care of yourself everybody!