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Who students would have chosen to win at the Grammys compared to the actual winners

Student opinions on Song of the Year, Album of the Year, Best New Artist and Best Pop Performance
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By Madelyn Mulryan
Album of the Year

“While I enjoyed albums like ‘GUTS’ a lot this year and I have revisited other albums more often, I think that the Lana Del Rey album had very pretty instrumentals and a lot more depth than some of her previous albums” - Sophomore Andrew Heideman

Photo by Luke Wood

Song of the Year

“‘What Was I Made For?’ should win song of the year because it speaks to so many girls. The first time I heard that song was in theaters while watching Barbie and it made me and everyone else in that room start crying because of its message. Billie’s voice is so beautiful too, she deserves it” - Senior Anna Guest

Photo by Luke Wood

Best New Artist

“I think Ice Spice is the best new artist of the year because she has gained lots of attraction and fame over the past year from her music and style. In my opinion her music is fun to listen to with friends and puts people in a good mood” - Freshman Briggs Wilson

Photo by Luke Wood

Best Pop Performance

Student Selection: "What Was I Made For?"

Actual Selection: "Flowers"

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Evan LeRoy, JagWire reporter/photographer
This is sophomore Evan LeRoy’s first year on the JagWire staff. Evan is a reporter for both the newspaper staff and for the broadcast staff. Outside of school Evan likes to perform, take walks and spend time preparing for his next performance. Evan is excited to learn all the skills he will need to do both print and video journalism. Evan is excited to be a part of both groups and is excited to tell all the important stories the people of Mill Valley need to know.
Madelyn Mulryan, JagWire reporter/photographer
This is sophomore Madelyn Mulryan’s first year on the JagWire staff. She is exploring all roles for newspaper but especially writing. She enjoys reading, listening to music, spending quality time with friends and binge-watching shows. Maddie is involved in Youth for Refugees, Women’s Empowerment, Model UN and Debate. She is excited to make this year of newspaper great!

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