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Review: Colorado College Summer Music Festival reaches milestone in style | Music

There was a big celebration Wednesday night at Packard Hall. For regional music lovers, the return of the Colorado College Summer Music Festival is always reason enough to rejoice. This season, the call to the hall was amplified. The festival has turned 40.Colorado Springs City Councilwoman Michelle Talarico took the stage to read a proclamation signed by City Council President Randy Helms declaring June to be “Colorado College Summer Music […]

todayJune 6, 2024 1


Colorado College hosts 40th Summer Music Festival | Music

Since 1984, Colorado College has brought together students and faculty from around the world to perform together.Now, the Colorado College Summer Music Festival is celebrating its 40th season, starting Sunday and running through June 21. The festival will host a series of concerts and will be honored by the Colorado Springs City Council with a special proclamation. The festival will also serve as the kickoff celebration of Colorado College’s 150th […]

todayJune 2, 2024


Fat Joe Awarded Honorary Doctorate During College Commencement

Fat Joe has been awarded an honorary doctorate from Lehman College in his hometown of the Bronx.The Terror Squad rapper attended the school’s 56th Annual Commencement Ceremony on Thursday (May 30) as the guest speaker, receiving his honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree while there.During his speech, Joey Crack revealed he currently feels more successful than he has in his entire career, emphasizing that there’s no age limit on achieving […]

todayMay 31, 2024 1


Belmont’s Mike Curb College Receives $58 Million Donation

On Tuesday evening (April 9), as Belmont University’s Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business celebrated a special “Belmont at the Opry” program, the program also revealed a $58 million lead gift from music industry executive and philanthropist Mike Curb and the Mike Curb Foundation, which will fuel a further expansion of the program’s presence on Nashville’s Music Row, with the renovation of existing buildings and the construction of […]

todayApril 10, 2024 2


Mangaluru: Expert PU College organises music fest ‘Laya Lavanya’ at Time Square

Media Release Mangaluru, Jan 1: 'Laya Lavanya' a music festival was held at Time Square of Expert PU College, Valachil on December 30. Manikanth Kadri, the noted film music composer and singer inaugurated the programme by singing a melodious song. A mind-blowing mix of Southern and Northern-Folklore-Western-Latin percussions were performed by 'Karnataka Kalashree' 'Gana Kalashree' 'Layakala Prathibhamani' 'Naada Laya Guru Shreshtha' Vidwan Anoor Ananthakrishna Sharma, who is affectionately known as […]

todayJanuary 1, 2024 2


How Social Media Is Upending College Life During The Israel-Gaza War

Mainstream platforms, and popular websites built for students, are at the heart of Gen Z discourse about Israel and Gaza. But with anonymity the norm and fake social media users becoming more prevalent, some forums are inflaming tensions at universities. By Alexandra S. Levine, Forbes Staff Kathleen Margaret Connelly has inflammatory thoughts about the Israel-Gaza war. She’d been sharing them regularly with her more than 2,000 Facebook “friends” since Hamas […]

todayNovember 9, 2023 2


Petition demands Union College expel pro-Palestine student

Top brass at Union College is facing outrage from students, faculty and alumni alike after an undergraduate said attendees of a recent a pro-Israel benefit on the New York liberal arts school’s campus should “burn in hell.” Ayah Osman, a junior at Union College, got into an altercation over the “atrocious” comment after being confronted by Stephen Berk, a professor of Holocaust and Jewish Studies at the college who questioned […]

todayNovember 2, 2023 2


Lee Berk, ‘visionary’ president who expanded Berklee’s range as a music college, dies at 81

Mr. Berk, who served for 25 years as president of Berklee, the school whose name was an inversion of his own, was 81 when he died Saturday in Phoenix. After concluding his 38-year career at the college, he and his wife, Susan, moved to Santa Fe, and then lived in a retirement community in Phoenix.Get Today's HeadlinesThe day's top stories delivered every morning.“Lee Berk has been the best kind of […]

todayOctober 25, 2023 3


exploring how music affects college productivity  – The Ranger

By Myia Merriman  Student Reporter One aspect of college most students are familiar with is studying.  There exist many thoughts and opinions on the best strategies, but one common habit many students have is listening to  music to help them study. “Some students need the background noise to actually pay attention to what is happening right in front of them, while others need no music because it distracts them from […]

todayOctober 3, 2023

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