Students During Covid-19 have more than just a full load to deal with. Students have a full load when they take on school; exams, studying, assignments, extracurricular. They do all this while balancing a healthy life, and a job. Continue reading Students during Covid–19; Q&A with Bryann L.
Nathan Love (He/Him) is a 21-year-old student currently taking his Bachelor of Arts major in history at MacEwan University. His Classes are mostly online. He is one of the students taking the pandemic into their own hands! Continue reading Students during Covid-19; Q&A with Nathan Love
Students During Covid – 19 have more than just a full load to deal with. Students have a full load when they take on school; exams, studying, assignments, extracurricular. They do all this while balancing a healthy life, and a job. Add in the pandemic, and it’s a whole new story. Continue reading Students during Covid–19; Q&A with Sam Fauque
Students During Covid – 19 have more than just a full load to deal with. Students have a full load when they take on school; exams, studying, assignments, extracurricular. They do all this while balancing a healthy life, and a job. Add in the pandemic, and it’s a whole new story. Continue reading Students during Covid – 19 Q&A with Kassandra Chadd.
Shauna Lee Is an international student travelling from Canada to University College Cork in Cork, Ireland. There she is taking her Ph.D. in Museum Studies. Continue reading Students During Covid – 19; Q&A With Shauna Lee
This is a collection of different questions from several assignments to deal with commerce, e-commerce, and economics. Put into an easily digestible form, it is here to help anyone wanting to know more about finances for anything from a study aid to sounding smart at thanksgiving dinner. And of course, since we’re all about the music. While researching about everything to do with money, all I could think of as a college student writing these words is, “I Ain’t Got No Money”. Every university student will understand that sentiment. Thus, why after these did you know on finances and economics, we are following it up with remixes of “No Money” by Galantis. Continue reading The Ironic Truth of Ecommerce Students in E-Commerce Remixes
Spotify’s mission is to “unlock the potential of human creativity—by giving a million creative artists the opportunity to live off their art and billions of fans the opportunity to enjoy and be inspired by it” (2020). They have followed their mission statement through their strategic priorities and onto their results. Today, Spotify is the world’s most popular audio streaming subscription service with 345m users, including 155m subscribers, across 178 markets including Canada, Ecuador, Germany, Greece, Lebanon, Russia, Vietnam and so man more (Spotify, 2021). Continue reading Spotify; The Company From the Perspective of a Marketing Student
Students have a full load when they take on school; exams, studying, assignments, extracurricular. They do all this while balancing a healthy life, and a job. For all the students out there learning their course work at home, here are some study tunes to help you along. Continue reading Students During Covid & Lo-Fi Remixes
Modern technology has made listening to music easier than ever before. In 1982, the first CD player was released, followed by the first version of the iPod in 2001. In recent times, it has become a common practice to use smartphones to listen to the radio or a music service, something that 87% of 18 to 29 year olds in the United States were reported as having done in 2016 (Anderson, 2016). Continue reading Music E-Waste
Organist and teacher Leonard MacClain is a household name for his skill and improvisation. It all started in Philadelphia where MacClain started and continued doing what he loved best; music.
Also known as Melody Mac, he was known for his, well, melodies. Especially with decades of experience as a theatre organist. His name didn’t stay only in the States. Melody Mac’s music with Epic Records gained him international fame. Continue reading “Now, THAT’S the way we organists all want to go”
Marijuana and music. It just seems to fit. Whether you’re grooving to the Beatles or chilling with Marilyn Manson, weed can have an effect.
Sarah Spisak is a university student at MacEwan and a music lover. She’s been smoking weed since she was 17 to help with her anxiety. I interviewed her on her preferences both high and sober. Continue reading Music and Marijuana
November is National Novel Writing Month. This is a month to celebrate the novels that have been written, are being written and eventually will be written. Introducing NaNoWriMo. This is an non profit organization that aims on supporting novelists and their novels. There is one simple goal when you join; write 50,000 words in one month. Continue reading Remixes to Help you Write in NaNoWriMo
The music industry is being hit hard during the pandemic. As musicians rely on live performances for a great deal of their income, isolation and social distancing makes it very difficult to stay afloat at times.
Read more about the financial impacts on musicians here.
There are several avenues for financial aid for musicians during the pandemic. Below is an incomplete list of financial aid for Canadian musicians. Continue reading Financial Supports for Canadian Musicians during Covid-19
STEM stands for Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. This is an academic discipline focusing on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. November 8th is STEM day which brings awareness to the industry that brings revolution to our world. Continue reading S.T.E.M. Themed Parody Songs
There is a ton of competition right now in the streaming music scene but market-leader
out of Sweden Spotify has really pulled ahead of the pack. Continue reading Spotify Takes Over