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This week we’ve got a special playlist by first years Joao Panicali and Pablo Luchau. A collection of old and new school hiphop from Brazil to get you in the mood for Spring Break! “My name is Joao and I am from Sao Paulo, Brazil. This playlist right here contains a selection of the most iconic rap/hiphop songs that I listened to when I lived … Continue reading Roots

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‘In the Shadow of a Prolific Monument’ – Felipe Urrutia

Sitting behind the Taj Mahal, the Yamuna River is a landscape overlooked by the millions of tourists that visit Agra annually. Emperor Shah Jahan commissioned the mausoleum in what used to be a pristine landscape. Mughal architects accounted for the river’s natural fog to create an illusion of levitation. Now, the city of Agra is shrouded in a dense smog, some days obscuring the Taj … Continue reading ‘In the Shadow of a Prolific Monument’ – Felipe Urrutia

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“Starry Night” – Tom Budzeń

The first time I came across pictures of stars I thought one thing: photoshop. After some research I realised that it was possible to take such pictures, and due to a developing passion for photography I took it upon myself to take some of the Milky Way. The most important thing about star photography is by far the location, as you want to aim for … Continue reading “Starry Night” – Tom Budzeń

Songs NOT by Ed Sheeran

This Valentine’s Day celebrate the perfection that is the shape of you. Just thinking out loud, we thought it would be super cute to take a photograph of all you Galaway Girl’s who know that hearts don’t break around here at Polyfonik! Here’s a playlist composed of entirely NOT Ed Sheeran songs. Happy Valentine’s Day from all of us at Polyfonik ❤   Photo By: Carlotta Verita Continue reading Songs NOT by Ed Sheeran

Spotlight Playlist: iT

This week’s playlist is a collection of Italian music as versatile as everything the country has to offer. Featuring songs that range from old-school folk to modern pop-rock, listen to something Italian other than Andrea Bocelli. Special thanks to those ‘Talians on campus who contributed to the playlist! (Esp. Paolo Degiorgi, Fernando de Stefanis, Michele Moghrabi, Mario Peracchi, Alessandro Rubini, and Angelo Rustichini) Consider it … Continue reading Spotlight Playlist: iT

“An Island off Miami…”

I met Jessica when I was in fourth grade, in Ms. Babani’s class at Key Biscayne Community School. She had just moved to Miami from Iron Mountain, Michigan. At that point in time, one of my favorite books was Princess Academy by Shannon Hale. The protagonist of the book was a young girl named Miri who lived on Mount Eskel, whose family mined the stone from … Continue reading “An Island off Miami…”

Hyde Park: Stills

  These are images I took the last day before leaving Hyde Park for winter break. Some of my favorite things are pictured: Salonica’s, LaCroix, the dairy isle of HPP, and Stefan’s gloves. What I like most about these photos are the feeling of a home away from home that they invoke, the familiarity of a favorite diner with some of your favorite people. The … Continue reading Hyde Park: Stills