This tutorial looks at how dance, mental health, and productivity affect each other. Through individual dance work and personal narrative, I aim to explore what it means to me to be mentally ill here at Marlboro and in my life, and how dance and movement influence my work ethic and my mental health.
A fast-track tutorial in Beginners' Latin, up to Wheelock Chapter 12.
An internship based tutorial involving working for the Brattleboro Commons, a non-profit, independent weekly newspaper. Acting as correspondent to the town of Marlboro, Vermont. Writing and publishing of regular articles with an emphasis on politics.
Private violin lessons once a week with Moby Pearson from Brattleboro Music Center. Working on technique and preparing pieces.
This course offers students the opportunity to practice ear training, improve their vocal ability, and define themselves as independent musicians through the examination and performance of musical literature in the barbershop style. In this course, mastery of concepts fundamental to a Capella close-harmony singing, such as intervals and chord progressions, tuning, and achievement of "expanded sound", will be emphasized. Although barbershop-style music is usually built on simple melodies and is relatively easy to sing, the musical sensitivity and ear training necessary for independent part singing make it one of the most challenging and rewarding accomplishments of a vocal ensemble. When the music is sung accurately and with good breath support and vocal techniques, barbershop harmony produces audible overtone vibrations (often described as "ringing chords") unique to this special American form of music.
Tutorial based around Plague of Justinian Plan paper.
Tutorial based around Advanced Classical Latin translation and Aeneid analysis.
This tutorial will focus on skill building exercises as well as projects which are designed to encourage conceptual thinking and the balance between form and content.
Theater Technology is a tutorial designed to introduce the basics of theater design practices and putting those designes into action. Most of the course will focus on lighting design and programming the light board.
Profesora de Swanson is really kind that she is willing to help my speaking Spanish to be more proficient.
This tutorial is an introduction to current, mainstream syntactic theory in the framework of Government-Binding Theory. Topics include X'-Theory, Binding Theory, Theta Theory, Case Theory, Movement, Logical Form, and more recent development in syntax.
This course explores the construction of Haiti through its history, languages, and literatures from the 18th century to the present. Throughout the semester, special attention will be paid to colonialism, slavery, race, identity, languages and exile. We will also examine the function of the creole language in the construction of Haiti’s identity and in relation to the dominant French culture and language.
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