Friday, March 08, 2002

Since it's the last day of classes before Spring Break, everyone is out and about, driving off to their island paradises for the week. Most of the undergrads seem to have left yesterday, with the exception of music majors, who had to stick around for exams given by their heartless professors. Hopefully the fat-ass upstairs with the video game that requires jumping will be away all break too. You'd think that after his daily regimen of video-gaming (during my specified hours only, of course) he'd sound a little bit lighter by now.

I don't have any big plans for the week, although there's a lot of work I plan on getting ahead in. By the end of the week, I'd like to:

    1) Do my pedagogy presentation
    2) Make parts for Outlooks, I and II
    3) Get closer to finishing Movement III
    4) Complete the Ewazen MIDI accompaniments I started last semester
    5) Work ahead through a few Fugue assignments
    6) Do my Jazz History final project
    7) Start analysis for next month's pedagogy exam
    8) Add a page on DOOM to this site

Of course, I consider four of eight to be an unusually productive week, to take distractions into account. Depending on my mood, I may not update this News page everyday -- updates might end up being sporadic, erratic, or uninteresting.

"A woman accused of hitting a homeless man with her car, driving home with him lodged in her broken windshield and ignoring his pleas as he bled to death in her garage, is not the monster being portrayed by prosecutors, her attorney says." - from the "Lawyers who have their work cut out for them" file

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