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[Video] DJ Spooky: The Patterns Of Climate

Paul Miller, also known as DJ Spooky, is not only a DJ but a climate change activist as well as someone who is actively involved in the scientific community. After a trip to the arctic circle, DJ Spooky was shocked at the change in climate over such a short amount of time. He decided to translate this experience and this need to advocate for such an important topic through the power of music in his Penn State performance of Arctic Rhythms.

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Sam Panko

Sam is a freshman from Morristown, New Jersey looking to pursue a major in Marketing. He is a videographer for Onward State. Sam enjoys film, music, art, and animation. You can contact Sam at [email protected]


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