Throughout her tenure, Harvard President Drew G. Faust has discussed countless topics, ranging from the University’s email scandal to her thoughts on global health, gracing the masses with her notably lyrical oratory time and time again.

We now ask our readers: can you distinguish between Faust's quotes and lyrics from actual songs?

We’ll start off with an easy one:

I’m the president of Harvard.
I came in like a wrecking ball.”

In case you’re wondering, the first one here was Faust. Now for the actual test. Remember that in each section, one quotation comes from Faust and one from a musical artist. Click on each quote to see where it's from. Have fun!

“Keep in mind the almost limitless possibilities.”
“Your time has come to shine. All your dreams are on their way.”

“Go to where you want to be. You can always circle back to where you have to be.
“Do what you want to do.”

“If the children don’t grow up, our bodies get bigger but our hearts get torn up.”
“We are all proud of these young people.”

“What does a good life look like?”
“When you want more than you have, you think you need.”

“Let us welcome the rhythm of change.”
“They say things are done for the majority. Don't believe half of what you see and none of what you hear.”