Monthly Archives: September 2004


Classes are going well so far. We lost one student in counterpoint, so we’re down to two now, one of whom is actually enrolled. (I’m still trying to get in.) It is rather strange to be expected to do lots … Continue reading

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What Ever Happened to Competent Administrations?


What a mess I’ve managed to get myself into! 18th century counterpoint was scheduled to be from 4:30 to 5:45 on Tuesday and Thursday in Music 1213. So I stopped by the math mailroom for tea after Greek and then … Continue reading

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First Hazard


I tried to talk to the three professors I needed to talk to today, but none of them were in their offices. Therefore I tried sending emails. One bounced, and it bounced again when I tried resending it. So I’ll … Continue reading

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As of Saturday, I am back at UCSB. I had some trouble getting my internet connection to work, as the university network system is notorious for collapsing when it is most needed. Computer troubles are not yet over for me, … Continue reading

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I’m still in Alpine. I’ll be returning to Sunnyvale on Thursday. The reason I haven’t been posting lately is because, well, nothing ever happens in Alpine. I rarely break the daily routine of waking up at around 5, getting ready … Continue reading

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