Tag Archives: Music Business

Staff Spotlight: Introducing Our New Front Desk Staff

Have you met our new front desk staff, Grace Maring and Amanda Jones? Both joined us at the beginning of Summer Quarter. Helpful, friendly and outgoing are just a few words to describe these two welcome additions to the Globe University-Madison West campus community! Grace is our new daytime administrative assistant. She grew up in
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Can Music Help Lower Suicide Rates Among Native Americans?

“What does your journey matter if you don’t share it with others?”  That’s what Globe University-Madison East music business student Elliot Christensen’s grandfather used to tell him, and now Elliot is hoping to share his journey and the healing powers of music with others. Elliot, who is half Dakota, was born on the Lower Sioux reservation
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Buzzworthy: Music Student Makes a Name

Bre’Yon Sommerville, May’s Student of the Month at Globe University-Madison East, certainly knows how to get things buzzing!  In Madison, a city that’s not always known for its music scene, Bre’Yon is making a name for himself in the industry.  He’s currently interning with The MAMAS (The Madison Area Music Association), where he’s been in
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Creative Juices Are Flowing: College Publication Attracts Literary Stars

The students at Globe University-Madison East are a creative bunch, and the annual Creative Quill contest allows that artistry to shine brightly. The Creative Quill is a literary magazine published annually with submissions from students at all Globe University, Minnesota School of Business and Broadview University campuses. The first step to getting published is the
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See How Music Business Education Rocks Out for Lung Cancer Research

Earlier this year two Globe University-Madison East classes joined efforts to help raise funds to support the Jodi Lou Lung Cancer Foundation.  As a wife, mother, and non-smoker, Jodi Lou was shocked to become diagnosed with lung cancer.  She passed away at age 36, shortly after starting her foundation. The foundation is dedicated to supporting
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Students Plan and Promote Music Industry Party and Food Drive

Music business students help plan and promote Believe Music Productions 4th Annual Food Drive set for this Friday, November 30 at Dibbos in Hudson, WI. Doors open at 8:00 p.m. and all non-perishable food items will be collected at the door and donated to Valley Outreach Food Shelf in Stillwater, Minn. Music starts at 9:00
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The Pitch Sessions Take Madison Musicians to the Next Level

Written by Guest Blogger: Globe University Student Accounts Representative Kim Martin On Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012, at the Regent Street Retreat, Globe University-Madison East, Broadjam, and the Madison Area Music Association (MAMA) hosted The Pitch Sessions, an event that brought together local musicians and top music industry executives. Musicians submitted their music in CD format
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Back to School for Boomers

The young at heart follow their passion in increasing numbers. By Julie Christensen and Katie Weddle Langer Back in the day, the phrase “non-traditional student” described a minority group of college students who were over the age of 22, enrolled part time, had dependents, worked full time, or all of the above. Today, these so-called
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Collaborating for a Cause

Benefit Concert raises over $2,100 for Lung Cancer Research When Globe University – Madison East students heard about the Jodi Lou Lung Cancer Foundation they knew they wanted to help.  It wasn’t until they met Jodi’s widowed husband, Ray Rickert, and saw the young daughter and parents she left behind, however, that they realized the true importance
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