Beethoven, Mozart, Mendelssohn: the arcs and passages of intricate notes are lines of genius printed on paper, but ultimately, it is the musician who coaxes them to life.
They are open to artistic and emotional interpretation, and even eight simple bars can inspire well over a dozen different variations.
Muscle spasms spread throughout my body, and I briefly passed out.
Severely dehydrated, I was rushed to the hospital and quickly given more than three liters of fluids intravenously.
Practice was no longer a chore; it was a privilege and a delight.
In high school, I began playing the piano for church services.
Our students show us a great deal more in their applications than just academics—and we care about a lot more than their numbers.
In these pages, meet five of our students in the way we first met them: through the personal statements they wrote for their law school applications.
EDUCATION: University of Northern Iowa, BA in Economics and English, magna cum laude (2009) LAW SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Student Admissions Committee, flag football, Tony Patiño Fellow The turning point of my college football career came early in my third year.
At the end of the second practice of the season, in ninety-five-degree heat, our head coach decided to condition the entire team.