The love of classical music is not dead; it’s still active in the sense that it is dying. To start listening to classical music, all you need to do is find some classical music stations on your radio apps, and start listening. Although this is a great first step, there are some other things you should […]
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With the rapid advancements made daily in technology, everything is becoming electronic- even resumes. It is important to be aware of this new career trend, because you’re either keeping up or you’re falling behind and missing out. LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network. It is the place to find professionals and to be found […]
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The word sarcasm originated from the word sarkazein, meaning to tear flesh. Today that would be seen as a complete exaggeration as sarcasm is used in everyday small talk. We all use sarcasm for various reasons, yet we use it the most when talking with our closest friends. Of course we don’t intentionally “tear the […]
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This article is dedicated to my fellow musicians who play saxophone, and more specifically to those who view it as their life. The reasons why we started playing saxophone are endless, ranging from because we loved the sound that it created, to just because we admired how shiny it was. Whether you started playing saxophone […]
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1. I’m a Senior: August At the beginning of each school year, all of us, young and old remember family friends asking us, “So what grade are you going to be in this year?” And at last… the moment has arrived when you get to proudly reply, “I’m a senior.” Being a senior, you are […]
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1. Practice Makes Permanent All musicians have been told that practice makes perfect, by a well-meaning person. Yet multi-instrumentalists understand that that is not true. There is no perfect performance. We have close to perfect performances, but there is always something that only the musician knows went wrong. We are over-critical of ourselves. Furthermore, when […]
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Dear high school seniors, juniors, and overachieving underclassmen, The ACT is an essential step in getting accepted into your desired college. The ACT does two main things. First, it gives you an indication of how ready you are for each of the four subjects (English, math, science, and reading) in college. Secondly, it helps determine […]
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It’s summer vacation at last! Plans for swimming, getting a nice tan, hanging out with friends, and applying for a summer job have been made. “I have all the free time in the world,” you told your friends on the last day of school. But in all reality, when you compare your summer schedule with […]
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