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Ariana Grande releases new album “Eternal Sunshine”

After three-and-a-half years, Ariana Grande released her seventh studio album “Eternal Sunshine” on March 13. 

Throughout the 13 tracks, including hit singles “Yes, And?” and “We Can’t Be Friends (Wait For Your Love),” Grande demonstrates a new level of sophistication with sonically cohesive beats and lyrics that delve deep into her emotions.

She draws titular inspiration from the 2004 sci-fi romantic drama “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” which follows two former lovers who attempt to erase each other from their memories.

Themes of love and memory are shown through the breakup songs, rumored to be about Grande’s ex-husband Dalton Gomez, as well as through her hopeful, romantic songs rumored to be about her current boyfriend Ethan Slater.

Max Martin, who has also worked on tracks for Britney Spears, the Backstreet Boys and Taylor Swift, produced 11 of the tracks. Grande’s “slightly deluxe” version of the album also includes artists Troye Sivan and Mariah Carey.

The closing track “Ordinary Things” includes a voice note from Grande’s grandmother, who offers relationship advice to round out the sweet, smooth ballad.

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Maya Sampath
Maya Sampath, News and Features Writer
In her second year as a Chatterbox staff member, Maya Sampath is thrilled to work as a News and Features Writer. She aspires to continue developing her writing and researching skills as well as interact with WHHS diverse student body.  Sampath also plays for the girls’ soccer team, is co-president of Model United Nations, and is Vice President of the Class of 2025 Student Council.  Sampath hopes to major in political science and possibly become a lawyer.  In her free time, Sampath enjoys baking and listening to artists such as Taylor Swift and Phoebe Bridgers.
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Marwa Khzir, Managing Editor of Online Content
In her third year as a Chatterbox staff member, junior Marwa Khzir is excited to work as the Managing Editor of Online Content for the Chatterbox. Marwa Khzir hopes to improve her writing while also publishing as many articles as she can for the Chatterbox. Khzir's previous journalism experience includes News Writing 1, News Writing 2 and B/W Photography. Khzir is also involved in various extracurricular activities such as a Student Ambassador, a member of StuCO 2025, and the Fundraising Head for YPC (Youth Philanthropy Council).   Khzir hopes to get into Law School and be a defense attorney in the future, helping wrongfully convicted prison members with getting freedom. Khzir enjoys playing soccer with her family and a favorite pastime for her is baking goods with her mom.
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