I wish I could go back to college. Life was so simple back then. What would I give to go back and live in a dorm with a meal plan again! I wish I could go back to college. In college you know who you are. You sit in the […]
Life at Susquehanna University, 2004-20007.
Its been almost a month since my last post, so, I apologize, but life is still just as busy. I’m waiting to choose one job over another but I’m a Taurus and change is difficult. Last Friday Matt and I went to NYC to see Susquehanna’s orchestra play in Carnegie […]
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: 19th Century Londonâ€™s Burgeoning Professionalism
Heather Haynes London Underworld Dr. J Andrew Hubbell April 30, 2007 Londonâ€™s Burgeoning Professionalism Throughout the nineteenth century, British writers viewed London in a myriad of ways that has allowed the meaning of the city to develop along with the century. Yet within each of the ideologies presented by nineteenth-century […]
Research Paper: Whiteness in Antebellum Portraiture
â€œThe portrait is a powerful material culture document; I think it is more meaningful than any other tool.â€ â€“ Joan Severa, Introduction to My Likeness Taken: Daguerreian Portraits in America, xvi (cover image: 59) The society of nineteenth-century America placed a heavy emphasis on citizensâ€™ physical appearances, most notably in […]
I’m really no good at these titles
Orchestra: today 4-6, tomorrow 10-4, Sunday 2:30-4 As much as I love Bloch’s Sacred Service and enjoy playing with choir… this paper is not going to write itself. In a way it saddens me to think I’m writing my final final-paper for who knows how long. Not that I really […]
Research Paper: Triumph of Germanic Roots, Richard Wagnerâ€™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 Wagnerâ€™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 […]
Research Paper: Fear and Loathing in the Victorian City
Heather Haynes London Underworld Dr. J Andrew Hubbell April 5, 2007 Fear and Loathing in the Victorian City The ideological contradictions that permeate the Victorian city find themselves both exposed and kept in check through Victorian literature. Moreover, the methods in which literature (and characters within the literature) employs to […]
odds and ends
Within the next week or so I should be hearing back from both MICA and SCAD on different subjects. It all depends on money though, unforunately. On that vein, I’ve applied for ten full-time photography jobs and heard back from none. Starting next weekend I’ll apply to jobs decidedly not […]
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