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CU College of Music receives gift for endowed chair of Baroque music

College of Music receives its fifth $1 million-plus gift in 18 months 

By Peter Alexander

Baroque music lovers can look forward to greater riches to come. 376 more words

Music News

First-Generation Students and Social Class Links

Make Admissions at Elite Colleges ‘Access Aware’

The president of Grinnell College argues that need-blind admissions do not necessarily lead to a socioeconomically diverse student body. 815 more words

Tableaux de Provence

Live from Grusin Music Hall on October 26th, 2014

Grant Larson, alto saxophone

Verena Dietrich, piano

  1. Farandole des juenes filleshttps://grantblarson.files.wordpress.com/2014/11/02-tableaux-de-provence_-farandole-des-jeunes-filles.wav
  2. Chanson pour ma mio…
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Music

Arizona high school cross country runners of the year

BOYS RUNNER OF THE YEAR

Marcus Wheeler

School: Tempe Corona del Sol.

Class: Senior.

College choice: Undecided. “I have some ideas of where I want to be but nothing serious. 327 more words

News

falling back + first snow

Autumn isn’t officially over until December 22nd, but winter hit Denver like a freight train last week. Sub-zero temperatures and inches of snow quickly erased the vibrant fall colors; the reds, oranges and yellows withered under a thick blanket of snow and faded overnight into the muddy browns and beiges of a typical Colorado winter. 97 more words

You call that a %@$%! science paper? Journal offers to publish profanity-laced rant

How suspect are the thousands of “predatory” websites masquerading as science journals?

We’ll show you. (First, a warning: This contains coarse language)

Now, the news: An outfit calling itself the International Journal of Advanced Computer Technology is offering to print “research” that is just a rant full of very bad language. 288 more words

Science And Technology

A Sunrise Hike

The other weekend Gil and I braved the cold and awoke before sunrise. We made our way to Chautauqua, at the base of the flatirons, and proceeded to work our way up. 93 more words

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