At last week’s initiative meeting, the members of Backrow Records – including myself – collectively decided that we were going to post weekly playlists showcasing each member’s individual taste in music. I’m not set to post mine until much later in the term, but being the overzealous one I immediately… Continue Reading Get To Know Me Through Music
Hello there! I’m Haylee, and I’m ecstatic to be entering my first year of Music Business Management (MBM) at Durham College this September. Finding a program that you feel was made for you is incredible, but sometimes it takes a few tries to get there. I wish I could say… Continue Reading More about Haylee
I have heard people say that if you have hobbies that you are not busy enough, but having hobbies allows you to use your time for something other than your job. I have many hobbies and each of them relate to each other in some way. For example one of… Continue Reading Having hobbies is not a bad thing
Summer is a time to do many things, but is listening to music one of those things on your list? It should be after you listen to some of my favourite summer songs. All of these songs remind me of summer in some way or another. This list is in… Continue Reading My favourite summer songs
We all know what it is it like to be near the end of the semester, there is homework, then exams, then sleep. But sometimes your body wants you to do nothing since it is near the end, but you can’t. You need to stay focused and get to work.… Continue Reading It’s The Most Stressful Time Of The Year
Have you heard about Riot Radio? Riot Radio is the visual radio station inside of Durham College, located at B105, which is the same hallway as the computer commons and the security desk. Riot Radio was started in 2004 by the music business management program inside of the marketplace cafeteria.… Continue Reading Life of a Riot Radio station manager
Note: before reading this post, I suggest some ambient background music like this.
As a student, a married one at that, I understand that it can be hard to make ends meet sometimes. Tuition, textbooks, rent/residence and all the other stuff we have to pay for, it can become overwhelming.
So, how do we do it? How do we manage? Well, since I wanted to go back to school, it was only fair that I find the solution.
My name is Kayley and I’ll be entering my second year of Durham College’s (DC) Public Relations program in September. I ended up at DC when I realized, after two and a half years, that university wasn’t the right path for me and I needed to find something different. What… Continue Reading More about Kayley