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January 21, 2019
by Beth Kaszuba
Photo by Emily Paine, Communications
Growing up, Karah James '21 fell in love with music, including a genre called soca from her father's native Trinidad, where the energetic sounds are the backdrop to dances at parties and Carnival.
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Coming to Bucknell from her hometown of Fontana, Calif., James, who majors in psychology and women's & gender studies, brought that passion, and a desire to share music with others.
Having worked as a DJ in high school, James — a Posse scholar and member of the Social Justice Residential College — quickly developed a following on campus.
"DJing is a way for me to self-care," she said. "But on top of that, I love people, and it's like I communicate with the music."
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