Erin and Avior are two young people making their way into the music world. More specifically, the world of EDM, Electronic Dance Music. Both have been DJing for at least a year and are furthering their practice in producing music. They hope their music and talent will take them places, allow them to travel and perform at a large-scale.
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Music is a universal mechanism that can dictate the way one feels but also is an outlet to listen to certain genres when in a particular mood. Erin Shea, Towson University student’s mood is at its high point when DJing, producing EDM (Electronic Dance Music) or even when at an EDM concert/ event.
“It’s a lot of positive energy,” said Shea. “I’m never happier than when I’m at an EDM show.”
Brandy Hall discusses how to get involved on campus but also how important it is to get involved. Joining the right clubs and organizations that fits one’s interests will allow them to grow as well as have a better experience.
Feeling the sun in your face, sand between your toes, and condensation from you ice beverage sitting on the beach during vacation is a relaxing feeling, but what about the hassle it took to get there.
Packing for vacation is the most dreadful part. It is no simple task, lots of time, energy and thought goes into packing, much like an art or science. Yes, packing is comparable to a fine art, making all items fit perfectly and neatly.
“The technique I use, folding clothes inside of each other then placing my clothes vertically in my suitcase opposed to stacked on top of each other, really creates a lot of room allowing me to fit all my clothes and toiletries neatly,” said Allie Ruddy, Towson University Senior who has traveled abroad multiple times. “I always would get very nervous my suitcase would be over weight or not close correctly, but with the folding method I really don’t have those fears much any more, everything is really consolidated.”
This photo has a lot going on and although some of the girls are centered, the girl in the jean jacket to the left aligns with the grid for the rule of threes. The empty space in the top balances the bottom.
The flag poles almost hit the grid where the rule of threes align. Also, the photo is mostly empty space occupied with the sky, and the cars and buildings are at the bottom which is appealing for viewers.