By Kristine Pascual, Nov. 8, 2022

Around campus, so many students are wearing headphones and more than likely, they are listening to music. The beauty of music is that there is such a wide variety, and there is something for everyone. Whether it is pop, rap, jazz or folk, music brings people together. Albums are special because they are a longer collection of work and allow the listener to deepen their connection with the artist. 

The Poly Post interviewed students on campus to ask what their favorite album is.


Bella Rodriguez | history student

“I listen to a lot of Fleetwood Mac so my favorite album would probably be ‘Rumours.’”








Priscilla Gonzalez | visual communication design student

“My favorite album is probably Conan Gray’s ‘Superache.’” 









Aavani Casillas | animal science student 

“My favorite album is ‘Wasteland, Baby!’ by Hozier.” 









Christopher Johnson |visual communication design student

My favorite album is ‘Habits’ by Neon Trees.” 










Bernadette Benton | dietetics student

“My favorite album is ‘Chinese Fountain’ by The Growlers.” 









G Smith | animal science student 

“Favorite album has to be ‘In My Mind’ by Pharrell Williams, best hip hop album of ever, 2000s.” 









Cory Heath | mechanical engineering student

“So, I gotta go either ‘Erys’ by Jaden Smith or Foo Fighters’ first record which is self-entitled.” 









Ethan Castro | mechanical engineering student 

“Right now, I’ve been really liking ‘Room for Squares’ by John Mayer, I find a lot of good songs on there that I like a lot.” 








Fabian Ibarra | mechanical engineering student

“It would have to be the ‘Marshall Mathers LP’ by Eminem. 








Feature image courtesy of Brett Jordan


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