Monthly Archives: December 2009

Why All Musicians Should Be Forced To Appreciate Basic Music History

So, I finally showed my wife how to download stuff on iTunes and she was digging in on a little Cold Play—it refreshed my agitation about a law suit they fought last year (and that they foolishly settled)…now the vein … Continue reading

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Silver Bullet? Prove it to the Cullens

I just heard an NPR report about a “skeptical environmentalist” who suggested it would be much cheaper to simply find the “Silver Bullet” for climate change than to be wasting time with international summits and accords. This sort of thinking … Continue reading

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Wow!

So, um, a former Dean at my institution used to joke that the best incentive for students was money. “If only we could figure a way to pay students to do well,” he’d say in jest, “then we’d be in … Continue reading

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Is Being an Undeclared Major Best for Your Career?

I knew I wasn’t crazy about this! Is Being an Undeclared Major Best for Your Career? Posted using ShareThis

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