The Miracle

I know that it’s a little pretentious for me to say, but Friday night, we were the champions. The 2019 Spring Arts Festival tribute concert to Queen was a total success! Despite worrying we wouldn’t have that great of a crowd – one of the stage directors telling us ten minutes before the show started that only half of the seats were filled – it turned out to be a full house! The auditorium was…

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Under Pressure

I don’t know about you, but I can’t believe that this week is the FLCC Spring Arts Festival. It seems like just yesterday I was worrying about how my audition went, and now we’re less than five days away from the show. We’ve gone from rehearsing with only the vocalists in the choir room to rehearsing with the bands in the studios, and now we’re in the auditorium on stage and running the entire program…

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Doing All Right

Well, it’s Spring Break; half way through the semester. Classes are in full swing, the pressure is on to get my life in order, and I don’t know about you, but I’m on the verge of losing my mind. It’s a lot when you’re a full-time student, part-time employee at two jobs, and participating in the school’s Spring Arts Festival. Why I decided to put this much on my plate is beside me, but it’s…

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Now I’m Here

I’m sure you’re all sick of Queen by now. I mean, they’re everywhere. Their songs are being used in commercials for everything from electronics to cars to even makeup, they opened for the Oscars, and the movie “Bohemian Rhapsody” has been all the rage. It seems like you can’t get away from them! But why would you want to? If you’re anything like me – which you probably aren’t, but for argument’s sake, let’s say…

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The Girl with the Bluish-Green Hair

Rachael Eckerson is in her third and final year at FLCC, working towards her two associate’s degrees in Music and Writing. She originally enrolled in college to become a math teacher, too stubborn and not confident enough to pursue her passions as careers options. However, when she made the switch after discovering that her life-long plan of becoming a teacher wasn’t as good a fit for her as she thought it would be, doors were…

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