Monthly Archives: November 2009

The Good Armada

By: Elise Cleereman As part of Minneapolis-based sextet, The Good Armada (TGA), keyboardist and bassist Tim Kosel has a leading role in both the compositions of their songs and the production of their first album. Learning from the likes of M83, Radiohead, Mute Math, and Incubus (their singer has been compared to Brandon Boyd), the
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Student Profile: David Stevens

In this installment of Student Profile we Meet David Stevens, currently enrolled in his 5th quarter of studies at The Institute of Production and Recording, and learn a bit about the benefits of keeping an open mind, networking with those around you, and doing what it takes to achieve the goals you set for yourself…
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Real World Music Opportunities this Monday at 3pm!

The Student Advisory Board is hosting Real World Music Opportunities this Monday from 3-4:30pm in Robinson Hall. This event will be great opportunity to hear from Industry professionals that have had years of experience in the music business and have successfully made a career doing what they love. Faculty participants for this event will include:
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GreenRoom Cafe Menu Update For next Week!

Monday, November 23rd-Wednesday, November 25th GreenRoom Café Thanksgiving Dinner special! A dinner plate featuring: Turkey Breast, Stuffing, Mashed potatoes, Gravy and Cranberries.   $6.50 Add a slice of Apple or Pumpkin pie for $1.50 with the purchase of a Thanksgiving dinner plate. * Hot lunch items will be limited to pizza, Chili and the Thanksgiving dinner
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Student Seminar: Understanding your Financial Aid!

Understanding your Financial Aid! When: Monday, November 30th Where: Robinson Hall Time: 3-4pm Seminar topics will include: Repackaging Transfer Credits Living Expenses Interest Payments Credit Maintenance ATTENTION: If you plan on attending this seminar please stop by the Student Services Office to sign-up. Pizza and soda will be provided for all attendees.

Digg users express (justifiable?) concern over site's front page ads.

Popular social news site Digg.com targeted its tech-savvy, mostly left-wing, sensationalism-devouring audience and repeatedly bombarded them with a Dragon Age: Origins-riddled front page. Almost no corner of the site remained untouched by the Bioware-developed and Eletronic Arts-published videogame. A  site width-equivalent banner brightened the Digg sky, another rested in the upper-right quadrant (below relevant site
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