While pursuing my undergraduate degree, I worked as a DJ for the college radio station. One spring semester, I had a timeslot of 2 to 4 p.m. on Friday afternoons. I remember the sun often shining, and everyone being in a good mood as they prepared for the weekend. That’s when I started a tradition of always ending my slot with the theme to the television show Fraggle Rock. The lyrics begin with “Dance your cares away, worries for another day, let the music play…” No words seemed more fitting for a carefree college student on a Friday afternoon!
I knew I wasn’t the only student who appreciated hearing this song. For those of us born in the early 1980s, Fraggle Rock played a big part in our childhoods. Now, more than 30 years later, it has gained a “cult-classic” status among my generation. Recent rumors of a movie remake starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt only adds to the interest