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The Gustie 20: Your New Playlist

By Corbyn Jenkins - Staff Writer | September 15, 2017 | variety

The Gustie 20: Your New Playlist

The Gustie 20: Your New Playlist

As Gusties get back in the groove of the ‘college life’ why not have some jams to go along with it?

Here are 20 songs that will either put you in the feels or have you dancing your way all around campus.

The playlist encompasses a variety of artists and genres. From Ed Sheeran and Julia Michaels to The Wombats and Neck Deep, everyone can find a song to enjoy.

At various times throughout the semester the Spotify account will update the list of songs to keep up with what Gusties are listening to currently.

To give this playlist a real listen make sure you follow “The Gustie 20” on Spotify! Look up “spotify:user:thegustie20” into the search bar.

As summer ends and fall vibes begin to set in, who knows what music we’ll be listening to on the next playlist. Make sure you stay tuned Gusties.

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