Not many people can juggle playing second flute in both the Wind Ensemble and the Symphony Orchestra, participating in the Flute Choir, being a member of NAFME National Association for Music Education (NAFME) and a member Music Education Club here on campus all while taking twenty units, but second year Music Education major Kaylee Schneider handles it all.
Join students, teachers and alumni on March 15 at 7:30 p.m. in Weill Hall for the Sonoma State University Jazz Orchestra concert “World Premiere Jazz.” It will be a show filled with passionate music that will want you to get up out of your seat and dance through the night.
It has been declared that fast food is weirdly-delicious and mighty convenient to almost all people in the industrial world. Individuals recognize fast food or “junk food” as that which comes with triple the suet at half the cost, commonly paired with overload packaging and flimsy paper napkins. How interesting that the value meal slaps the brain’s economy and draws in just about every curious individual at one point or another. Highly processed junk foods can affect the brain the same way as drug abuse. As farfetched as this may seem, there is no doubt that this can lead to full-fledged food addiction for a myriad of folks that simply can’t cut back. The science of food addiction is still outstanding, but it probably won’t come as a surprise to hear that food can indeed cause dependency; in fact, it is so irresistible that Swan’s have developed a fatty fix of their own.
Twelve years is all humanity has to start making changes to keep this planet alive.
The Washington Post said, “the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Climate Assessment reports late last year made it clear that the world must cut carbon dioxide emissions by at least 45 percent in 12 years to preserve any hope of maintaining a livable planet.”