My name is Cheyanne Hwang and I am minoring music, I play golf, and I participate in many cool events like Dance ensemble and BSU's activities. Since I was young, I played the piano and flute which made me think to pursue music as my minor. By handling all the activities I listed at the beginning, I gain knowledge and experience. Another activity that I play is golf. Although I'm in the golf team, I am also a choreographer in the dance ensemble as well. And while I'm balancing all these activities, I manage to go and do events such as hosting perspective students through the BSU club. Another thing that I could add to my busy pile is that while I'm minoring in music, I am also taking philosophy as my major. This maybe all a bit too much for a small person like me, but at least I have fun and that's all the reason I need.
When I took Music Technology with Chris Watts, I enjoyed it and it gave me a new way to play with music. Another music class that I enjoyed taking was Music of the World with David Henderson. It was fascinating to learn about other countries' culture. Taking these classes from the department made me experience new style of music and culture. Speaking of experiencing new things, when I took the University Choir ensemble I learned so much how to sing and read music in a different way. Overall, I think I made the right choice on taking music as my minor and the experiences from taking all these activities and classes will last a lifetime.