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I had been waiting for last night to happen for over 5 months. Why?! Because I had pit tickets to Taylor Swift's last concert for her US Red tour! It was an incredible night, filled with plenty of red, glitter, and excitement.
Luckily I have yet to succumb to the sophomore slump, and looking back at the last month or so, I actually could not be happier to be back in this place of intellectual and social vitality, where racial appropriation in the latest pop music video is typical breakfast conversation, and long nights are trekked in...
Posted by Rani Banjarian on September 17, 2013 in Academics, College Life, Creative Writing, Extracurriculars, Music, Nashville, Student Life, art, Algebra, authors, British, career, commons, Differential, Equations, Flourishing, friends, Ingram, Linear, Muse, performing arts, Personhood, physics, quantum, Relationships, Sophomore, vanderbilt melodores, Visions, VUceptor
As a cellist at Blair, I get geekily giddy about the Nashville Symphony’s upcoming concert season. As a poor college student, I am sorely short in trying the funds to buy tickets. A huge “however” is in order though, because the Nashville Symphony has a program called SoundCheck for classical music loving students like me and you to be able to soak in some fantastic orchestral performances and bask in all the grandeur of the Schermerhorn Hall!
Hello! It’s the last day of Brevard, and I thought I might take a walk with you down the main road, Andante Lane, and reminisce a little, because yes indeed the weeks at Brevard have just flown by and it's just a week 'til I return home to Nashville!
Get it??? Earthquake, rocks... I'm here all week. If you haven’t heard already, last week Vandy students found yet another bullet point to add to the lengthy list of reasons why our school is the absolute BEST. Read on for the (incredible) lineup, Quake info, and more!