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January 25, 2002, Special Edition

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Deadline: Teacher Licensure Program Applications for the Practicum Year Program for teacher licensure are due Friday, February 15 in the education office, room 303, Reese. If you are a junior and plan to student teach in the spring of 2003, you must apply by this date. For application materials, contact Gayle Higgins, senior administrative assistant, at x2844 or

Performance Study Auditions Auditions for performance study in music (required of all students taking music lessons for the first time at Mount Holyoke) will be held in Pratt Hall on Wednesday, January 30, 2–5 pm. Students should call x2306 to make an audition appointment. Locations are as follows: piano, room 211; voice, room 202; flute, room 209; violin, viola, cello, room 215. For all other instruments,
students should check with the music department senior administrative assistant, Michèle Scanlon, x2306.

Grant-in-Aid for Music Lessons Students who receive financial aid from the College are eligible to receive a grant toward the cost of music lessons. Applications are available in the music office and must be submitted by 4 pm Thursday, January 29. Students must apply for grant-in-aid at the beginning of each semester. There are no automatic renewals.

Music 100 Exemption Exam The Music 100 exemption exam will be given at 4 pm on Wednesday, January 30, in room 109, Pratt Hall. Students may enroll initially in performance study without prerequisite, but continued study after the initial semester is dependent on enrollment in or exemption from Music 100.

Music Ensemble Auditions Auditions for ensembles will be held 2–5 pm Wednesday, January 30, in Pratt Hall: jazz ensembles (vocal, big band, chamber), room 209; wind ensembles and klezmer band, room 209; string ensembles, room 215; early music ensembles (Collegium, Voces Feminae, and other early-music instrumental ensembles), room 210. Students interested in the flute choir should see instructor Alison Hale on Tuesday, January 29, in the Warbeke Room.

Financial Assistance Reminder for 2002–2003 Returning domestic students should visit the Office of Financial Assistance Web site at for renewal deadline information or stop by the office in the basement of Skinner Hall to speak with someone in person. Renewal information was mailed to students’ homes in December.

Gorse Accepting Applications The Gorse Child Study Center is now accepting applications for the 2002–2003 school year for morning preschool, afternoon preschool, and kindergarten (ages 3–6). For information and an application, call x2039.

Glee Club/Chamber Singers Auditions Sophomores, juniors, seniors, FPs, staff, and faculty women are invited to be part of the Glee Club’s busy second-semester schedule, including concerts with Rutgers and Harvard men (Brahms, with orchestra!), a Five College Choral Festival, and a trip to New York City. Glee Club rehearses Tuesdays 4:15–5:45 pm and Thursdays 7:15–9:30 pm. Chamber Singers, a select ensemble drawn from the Glee Club and Concert Choir (first-years are eligible), rehearses Wednesdays and Thursdays 4:15–5:30 pm. Painless auditions are Tuesday, January 29, 4–7 pm. Sign up on the bulletin board across from the music office in Pratt Hall.

Yoga for Faculty and Staff Tara Starling is offering two winter yoga classes for faculty and staff. Session I: January 30–February 20, seven classes, $35; Session II: February 25–March 13, six classes, $30. Classes meet in Dance Studio II in Kendall, Mondays and Wednesdays, noon–1 pm. You may also drop in on a single class session for $10. For information or to register call x2310.

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