Sydney White Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.20/10 from 51000 votes
Tags: sorority, college girl, sorority house
Alternate Names:
Title in Português:

Uma Caloira. Sete Paspalhões

Title in Français:

Miss Campus

Title in Türk:

Miss Campus

Title in Deutsch:

Sydney White - Campus Queen


Sydney White has grown up amongst construction workers ever since her mother died (when she was 9). She earns a scholarship for college and hopes to follow in the footsteps of her mother and enter the Kappa sorority.

When she realized the sorority life wasn't for her, she moved out of the house and moved into "The Vortex," (Which is called Vortex because it sucks in losers) a house on Greek Row for people who don't belong. There, she meets 7 dorks (the 7 dwarves). She realizes what great people they are, and she gets one of them, Terrance, to run for Student Body President in order to take back what the Greeks have had for so long.

When those dreams are denied (Terrance has already graduated), Sydney runs for president herself. If you've seen Revenge of the Nerds, all the way down to the line "I'm in love with a nerd/dork", then you've seen this movie already.

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Sydney White
New Day's Dawning
Saturn Missiles: Performer
Ali Dee: Writer
Rob Crow: Writer
Pinback: Performer
Shake Your Hips
Nik Frost: Writer
The People Have Spoken
Keir Nuttall: Writer
Just Getting Started
Ralph Churchwell: Writer
Sabrina Bryan: Performer
When I See You Smile
Diane Warren: Writer
Gabriel Mann: Performer
Matt Long: Performer
Also Sprach Zarathustra
Nasty Funky Crazy
Ali Dee: Writer
The Veronicas: Performer
Chantal Kreviazuk: Writer
Pumping Iron
Ali Dee: Writer
Back on Track
Graham Preskett: Writer
Pump the Fist
Ali Dee: Writer
Beautiful Soul
Jesse McCartney: Performer
Breakin' Dishes
Rihanna: Performer
The-Dream: Writer
Daniel Nielsen: Writer
Oh Boy
Ali Dee: Writer
Boomish: Performer
Stand Up
Melee: Performer
Otea Drum Dance
David Fanshawe: Writer
Party Over Here
Ali Dee: Writer
Lordikim: Performer
Julian Beeston: Performer
Julian Beeston: Writer
One Poisoned Apple
Ali Dee: Writer
Good Day
Ethan Mentzer: Writer
The Click Five: Performer
I'm Not Worried
Jeremy Silver: Writer
Beautiful Surprise
Gary Philips: Writer
New Day's Dawning
Saturn Missiles: Performer
What You're Feeling Is Love
Yolanda: Performer
Breakin' Dishes
The-Dream: Performer
Stir It Up
The-Dream: Performer
I'm Not Worried
Jeremy Silver: Performer

User reviews

Michael Harris

Overall, the soundtrack of Sydney White is a solid addition to the film, providing a good mix of background music that complements the on-screen action without overpowering it. While it may not stand out as a standout aspect of the movie, the music serves its purpose well and helps to enhance the overall viewing experience.

Deborah Jackson

While the soundtrack of Sydney White may not be particularly memorable or groundbreaking, it does its job in setting the tone for the story and adding an extra layer of enjoyment to the viewing experience. The songs are well-suited to the college theme of the movie and provide a fun backdrop to the characters' adventures.

Lisa Parker

Overall, the soundtrack of Sydney White contributes to the overall enjoyment of the movie and leaves a lasting impression on the viewers. The songs are catchy, memorable, and enhance the viewing experience, making it a well-rounded audiovisual treat.

Edward Lopez

One of the standout aspects of the film's soundtrack was how it seamlessly blended modern tracks with classic tunes, creating a nostalgic yet fresh atmosphere. The use of music not only set the tone for different scenes but also added layers of depth to the characters' development, making the overall viewing experience more engaging and memorable.

Donald Brown

The soundtrack of Sydney White perfectly captures the uplifting and empowering spirit of the film. The music enhances the emotional moments and adds depth to the characters' journeys.

Margaret Mitchell

The soundtrack of Sydney White effectively captures the upbeat and youthful energy of the college setting, with songs that are catchy and easy to listen to. The music enhances the overall atmosphere of the film and helps to convey the emotions of the characters in different scenes.

Margaret Walker

The use of music in Sydney White helps to create a sense of nostalgia and connection to the characters' backgrounds and personal struggles. The songs chosen resonate with the themes of friendship, self-discovery, and standing up for what you believe in.

Timothy Scott

The soundtrack of Sydney White truly captured the essence of the story's journey from feeling like an outsider to finding a place of belonging. The music perfectly reflected the emotions and growth of the characters, enhancing the storytelling and creating a deeper connection with the audience.

Linda Rodriguez

The diversity of musical genres in the soundtrack of Sydney White adds layers to the storytelling and keeps the audience engaged throughout the film. From energetic pop tunes to heartfelt ballads, the music complements the different moods and scenes effectively.