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Mathieu Koontz, 23, has made music more of a habit than a hobby. His debut EP “High Honors” was released April 18. He produced, recorded, mixed, mastered, edited and wrote lyrics for “High Honors” all in the mini-studio in the corner of his dorm room.
Kenneth Marcus, professor of history, discussed “Migration and Modernism in Los Angeles, 1900-1960” Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
The one thing that is worse than when fame inflates an artist’s ego to the size of a God, is when they think they can make a mockery of one.
Ivan Capillas, composer of music for films and visual media, traveled from Spain to Hollywood and finally to the University of La Verne to talk about his work on Nov. 19 in the Campus Center.
Musicians, specifically rappers, who still promote their music one person at a time, on the street with a pair of headphones and a CD player struck me as odd. Unlike 10 years ago, the Internet now supplies all users with an abundance of resources to promote music.
Artists are often seen penetrating other realms of society through use of their craft, and Kenneth Marcus, professor of history, has dedicated his work to research this impact on history.
Anybody who knows me personally knows that I take my music very seriously. I keep my collection of almost 2,600 songs on my iPod, which is constantly in my pocket or sitting right in front of me.
Even though his birthday is not normally celebrated in the United States, Claremont McKenna College hosted a special performance that honored Mohandas Gandhi’s 141st birthday Monday.
I hate being alone. No, really. Ask my friends, or look at their phones, which probably have 20 unanswered text messages at this very second. Now at 21 years old, I got lonely.