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Geek Speak: Dan May - “That Song Changed My Life: The BHSU Community Reflects on the Power of Music”

Geek Speak: Dan May - “That Song Changed My Life: The BHSU Community Reflects on the Power of Music”

Author: BHSU Communications/Monday, September 16, 2019/Categories: Events, Students, Community, Faculty, Staff

Event date: 2/13/2020 4:00 PM Export event

Where: Jonas 110 
When: 4:00PM
Description: Inspired by the similarly-titled book by NPR Music’s Bob Boilen, this session will feature the diverse voices of BHSU students, staff, faculty and community members. We will individually celebrate the ability of music and song to move, challenge, comfort, guide or surprise us. Each person will share a time in their life when a particular piece of music provided an especially meaningful soundtrack. From this disparate set of unique and personal stories, unifying themes will emerge, and we will collectively reflect on the power of sound to provide shared meaning in our lives.

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