By: Jason Songe
I enjoy wearing earbuds while I study, but I have caveats. Vocal music is a no. Too distracting. And if I’m tackling heavy brain work like memorization or essay writing, I’ll probably pass on the instrumental music and retire to my favorite study spot in St. Joseph Hall. But, if my assignment is simply reading the next chapter, I’ll turn on Spotify and listen to my playlist. You can find it above. People say that you shouldn’t listen to music while you study. People also said Atlanta wouldn’t blow a 28-3 lead in the Super Bowl.
About the Author: Jason Songe
Jason Songe is a seminarian in Pre Theology 1. He was present when the Saints won the NFC Championship, and he regards the day they won the Super Bowl as one of the happiest of his life.
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