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It's Time To Be Productive!!

Hey there, first-years!!

It’s that time in the semester. It’s almost mid-terms and you probably have a lot of work to do so… it’s time to be productive. 447 more words

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5 Ways To Get Back on Track After the Snow Days

Hey First Years!

I hope you enjoyed your days off, be sure to thank Mother Nature for the extra days to relax! Now that we’re back to the daily grind, I’m sure some of you are falling a bit behind. 301 more words

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A Liberation from Sexual Stigma

Prior to the late twentieth century, sex and violence were considered taboo among the general public. Although everyone was aware of the subjects, it was often considered too vulgar or unprofessional to speak of such adult behavior in a public setting. 1,308 more words

What I Know Now

This past semester at Baldwin Wallace, I have learned so many things about myself and have become so much more independent than I was in high school. 672 more words

The Emergence of Blues Interest in White Americans

Despite its humble beginnings, by the turn of the 20th century, blues music had begun to emerge beyond work hollers and simple guitar chord progressions, flourishing into an art transcending racial boundaries. 1,502 more words

One Note in the Symphony

As we learned in class, diversity exists through “the differences we all have that make us the unique individuals that we all are.” Many individuals do not truly experience diversity until they enter college. 566 more words

Is the Blues An Art?

The art of music is one that is extremely complex, transcending the barriers of language, ethnicity, and religion. Depending on who is asked, one may have an opinion on which genres of music they consider to be an art. 1,328 more words