Today’s The Day. (2015). [iTunes Track] US: RCA. The lyrics “today’s the day I have been waiting for” was perfect for the context of this vine relating to those who turn 18 while on campus, which is why we chose to use Pink’s track.

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My Boo. (1996). [iTunes Track] US: So So Def. In order to relate to popular culture, we created our own university-version of the running man challenge that has been popular on social media, in a quiet-library setting. To do this we used the iconic My Boo song for our vine.

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Menzel, I. (2016). Let it Go. [iTunes Track] US: Walt Disney. This song was used for the vine created to sympathises with students who must sit in freezing lecture theatres: whereby we wore snuggies and the accompanying lyrics “the cold never bothered me anyway” was the most fitting.

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What Time is It?. (2006). [iTunes Track] US: Disney Channel. This vine was accompanied by this track so that people would identify the meaning of the vine: their association with the song being the end of high school or in this case, the beginning of a break from university. The nostalgia many audience members would feel from the 2006 film High School Musical will also work in the vines favour.

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Posner, M. (2010). Cooler Than Me. [iTunes Track] US: J – RCA. For our most recent vine, we required a digital music track that somewhat referenced sunglasses or the wearing of shades. The only option we came across that would be known by our audience was Posners’ Cooler Than Me. The lyric “you got designer shades just to hide your face” worked well in the creation of our vine and looped well for the upload to vine. The vine can be…

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