Post #28

Finally, photos from the wedding I helped shoot in April are up, over here. I do another wedding on Monday as well. Barring a call back from the Howard County Library system, I’m giving up on finding a full-time job that won’t make me miserable. Instead, I think I’ll go […]


The AACPL job turned out to be a no-go. After I waited around, practically sick, all day waiting for the lady to call me like she said she would, a letter came in the mail saying: “The position has already been filled.” Thanks a lot guys. So I’ve applied to […]

are we there yet?

I’m still a little shocked that SU actually let me graduate, a year early, and with two BAs. Be honest, some of you were also thinking that it wouldn’t quite work out. And actually, I wasn’t sure that I was getting both degrees until I opened my diploma. There are […]


As of today, things are starting to look up for me. Classes are done; I just have a paper due Thursday morning and a final Thursday afternoon. Then its home for a week. Mom and I are going out Friday to get birthday presents for all the nieces I’ve never […]

Research Paper: Triumph of Germanic Roots, Richard Wagner’s Journey from Reform to Annihilation

Heather Haynes Music of the Classic and Romantic Eras Dr. Susan Hegberg April 11, 2007 Triumph of Germanic Roots: Richard Wagner’s Journey from Reform to Annihilation I. Scapegoats for a Disappointed Artist Rocky German-Jewish relations during the mid-nineteenth century brought about a whirlwind of pamphlets, riots, and political debates. Arguments […]

ok, ok…

Alright, so. I’ve been officially rejected from graduate school, which isn’t a huge surprise. Now that I have that letter from MICA (thanks guys, for mailing everything on April 1 instead of when you make decisions) I can change my FAFSA information back to undergraduate student and see how much […]

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