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Why Just a week?

Last week was Mental heath awareness week. The diversity and inclusion task force I’m part of at work had a really busy week. Lots of good information and support was shared and as is becoming more common, people having the courage to share their personal stories and experience without fear. 907 more words


Wits & Wedges: Pt. 2

Ahhh, nothing like a good ole sundress. And it looks like everybody got the memo. And THAT is because women have super cool telepathic powers…and then there’s that whole “text message” thing, but whatever, that’s not what I’m here to talk about. 398 more words


The Experiences of Women in Undergraduate Engineering

The following is a guest post by research assistant and team member, Natalie Mazur. This June, Natalie is presenting The Experiences of Women in Undergraduate Engineering at the 9th… 352 more words

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The Winds of Programming Change

Off the podium, orchestral programming is one of the most rewarding and challenging activities that I do. (See my link of concerts on this blog to view the whole shebang) Given the recent national conversation regarding diversity (or lack thereof) in orchestral programming, I thought it prudent to look at my own programming for next year with three of the orchestras for which I have the responsibility of programming: the… 371 more words

Dancing with The #Yellowface

The Fairy Princess is a lover of Dancing of the Stars – and she likes, as Scott Nevin’s and family says, ‘the glitz”

She does not watch all the time, because…she is a grown ass person with -ish to do, but recently her buddy at Onstage Blog, Chris Peterson, tagged her in a photo he snagged and….here it is… 1,200 more words


'Get Out' Was "Meant to be a More Direct, Brutal Wake-Up"

After the movie ” Get Out  ” was released I was super excited about it and was suggesting it to my friends and family because it is THAT good and I wanted to share the experience. 80 more words

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