Volume 31



Taylor’s Version of 1989 brings mixed responses

Taylors Version of 1989 brings mixed responses
Riley Romans

Taylor Swift released “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” on Oct. 27 at midnight Eastern time.

Some students, who generally don’t listen to Swift’s music, were unenthusiastic about the new album.

“I don’t particularly enjoy listening to her music; however, I do applaud her music career and I like one song by her,” Simren Bindra ’27 said.

Some said they were excited about both her opportunity to re-record her music but also the new songs she released.

“I am very happy Taylor Swift has the opportunity to re-record her songs so she is able to own them and make them her own again,” Kate Kleeman ’27 said.

Some were overjoyed about 1989 and even watched the countdown on Spotify down to the very second.

“I loved it. I am so so so so so so so happy with all the songs and all the vault tracks were amazing,” Charlotte Im ’27 said. “It was incredible.”

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