• July 29: Zhu's Album!!
  • August 2: Brasstracks New Song
jul 31 2016 ∞
jul 31 2016 +
  • 1800-1914
  • The time period where Europe controls the majority of the world economically, militarily, and politically
  • North America and South America are not included since they've had their independence
  • Europe pretty much took over Asia, Africa, and the Middle East from 1800-1945.
  • Why?
    • Economic Exploitation
      • Colonies provide the natural resources, workers (cheap labor), and markets
    • Motivations for Europeans (competition)
      • The Europeans competed with each other for Africa and other Imperial land. Major players being France, England, Belgium, Germany, and Italy.
apr 27 2016 ∞
apr 27 2016 +
  • By 1800s, Qing dynasty faces a lot of challenges
    • Population increase
      • New World Crops
        • Maize
        • Spuds
        • Sweet potatoes
      • Population goes up by roughly 200% in 100 years (1700-1800)
      • Population goes up by roughly 300% in 150 years (1700-1853)
      • By 1900
        • Population outstrips food supply
        • Extensive famines
        • Unemployment and unrest
        • A higher population makes it much harder to govern
apr 11 2016 ∞
apr 13 2016 +

French Revolution (1789-1815)

  • French in 1780 (pre-revolution)
    • Politics and Religion
      • Absolutism
        • King has control of national affairs
        • Censorship!
          • Blocks anything with relevance to offending the government (blocks freedom of speech and printing)
        • Not a democracy!
      • Feudal nobles
        • Pretty nice if you're an upper-class
      • Catholicism
        • Official religion
        • "Heretics" are still exiled or persecuted...
mar 21 2016 ∞
mar 23 2016 +
  • Russia
  • Ottoman Empire
  • India (Mughals)
    • Religion and Social Structure
      • Islam & Hindu
      • The Mughals that took over are Islam, but the population was primarily Hindu
        • Islam: 20%
        • Hindu: ~77%
    • Akbar Achievements
      • Reorganized the government
        • Established government bureaucracy
        • Appointed army officers as regional governors
        • Efficient tax collection system
      • Monumental Architecture
mar 9 2016 ∞
mar 9 2016 +
  • Social History
    • "The history of how people lived"
      • Class
      • Race (and ethnicity)
      • Gender
      • Labor (what did people do for a living?)
      • Rights and freedoms
      • Family
  • Economy and Labor in New Spain
    • Silver
      • Two big silver mines
        • Potosi
          • Present-day Bolivia (South America)
        • Xacatecas
feb 5 2016 ∞
feb 8 2016 +
  • Economics (greed)
    • A direct route to Asia
    • More silk, porcelain, spices, etc.
    • More $$$
  • Military/Political Events
    • Why go AROUND Africa when you have the silk road?
      • The Ottoman empire is in the damn way
      • Turkish power over Constantinople
      • The Ottoman empire cuts off trade through the easy route
  • Underlying Political Factors
    • There's a lot of competition among the different European states
    • Exploration leads to $$$ and money
      • Money makes one more effective at war, so...
jan 27 2016 ∞
jan 27 2016 +

Song Dynasty - Economic "Resurgence"

  • Population Totals
    • CE 2 - 50 million people (peak of Han dynasty)
    • CE 742 - 50 million people (post-Era of Division)
    • CE 1100 - 100 million (Tang Dynasty)
  • Why did the population increase so much?
    • Champa Rice!!
      • First sent to China as a Tribute Gift from Vietnam!
      • Cultivated in Southern China
      • More efficient
      • More people
      • More specialization! Even in agriculture.
  • Monetarization
jan 8 2016 ∞
jan 8 2016 +

Timeline

  • Late 7th century
    • Islamic Merchants/Sufi mystics in India
  • 711 AD
    • 17 year old Ummayad General conquers Indus Valley
  • 10-12th centuries
    • Widespread Islamic conquests in Northern India
    • Delhi established as capital of Muslim India
  • Til 1500s
    • Many Muslim states established
    • Competed with native (Hindu) states and others
  • Differences between Islam and Hinduism
dec 21 2015 ∞
dec 21 2015 +
  • Trading networks
    • Case Study I: Venetian Trading Network
      • Venice
        • Competes with many other Italian city-states
        • Establishes bank branches in European cities
        • Establishes merchant colonies in
          • Byzantine Empire
          • Black Sea
          • Middle East
        • Sends the Polos to China!
    • Case Study II: Hanseatic League
      • Trade tax: If from local, no trade tax. If going to another place to sell, there will be trade tax to help protect local co...
dec 9 2015 ∞
dec 9 2015 +
  • Domestic (meaning within the empire) Production
    • Farming is the most economic activity (always will be before 1800s)
  • Trade!
  • Most industrialized production - Silk
      • Comes from silkworms
      • Comes from China
      • Silk is super desirable because it's very useful in hot weather and because it's pretty
    • Other industries
      • Jewelry
        • Gold/Silver
      • Textiles
dec 2 2015 ∞
dec 2 2015 +
nov 8 2015 ∞
nov 8 2015 +

Athens Golden Age

  • A golden age is an age where there is a lot of wealth, culture, and political power.

800 BCE

  • When the Greek City States (polises) formed

~499 - 460 BCE

  • Persian Wars - "300"

~480 - 423 BCE

  • Athenian Golden Age

~431 - 404 BCE

  • Peloponnesian Wars (vs. Sparta)
  • Greek "civil" wars

Background of Ancient Greece

  • Polis are city states
oct 28 2015 ∞
oct 28 2015 +

Rationalism: Using reason to do things, not believing in the supernatural India Civilization:

  • Harrappen civilization

River Valley

  • Indus river (root word of India)

Biggest city

  • Mohenjo-daro

Order of invasions and empire:

  • Aryan (1600-1000 BCE)
  • Mauryan Empire (322 BCE - 185 BCE) - 137 years
  • Gupta Empire (319 BCE - 535 BCE) - 216 years
  • India didn't care about having one leader at a time, it was an exception

Religion

oct 21 2015 ∞
oct 21 2015 +

Han Dynasty (202 BCE - 220 CE)

  • What did the Han get rid of?
    • Han got rid of book burning
    • Executions as the 1st option for controlling the population
  • What did the Han retain?
    • Han retained a centralized government
    • All of Shi Huangdi's institutional reforms
  • Innovations
  • Examination System (one of the few things you should definitely know about the Han dynasty)
    • Merit system
    • 130,000 bureaucrats in government (most don't take the exam)
    • Special schools
    • Didn't want to leave all the important hi...
sep 30 2015 ∞
sep 30 2015 +

The most important event in history is the Neolithic Revolution

  • Started with HUNTING! Humans always hunted and traveled in migrating groups to follow their food.
    • Farming was next
      • Was found when people started eating plants they observed were where they went to the bathroom...
      • Farming was important because people would have it on hand when it finished growing
        • More calories
        • More energy
        • More people!
  • The shift from wild -> domesticated animals
sep 11 2015 ∞
sep 11 2015 +

What is Aggression?

  • Chuck's definition
    • Physical (or) verbal behavior
    • Intended to
    • Harm or destroy
  • Nature or Nurture?
    • Nature
      • Might be born as an aggressive person
      • Evidence from Genetics
        • Can test identical twins in different environments to see the change of aggressiveness
        • If both are aggressive in general, it's genetic
        • Proven that genetics do do something
      • Evidence from Neuro Anatomy
apr 30 2015 ∞
apr 30 2015 +

Once again, no preferred order

PC (master race obv)

  • Diablo 3
  • Starcraft 2
  • Final Fantasy 13
  • Borderlands Prequel & 1
  • Ori and the Blind Forest
  • Life is Strange
  • Sleeping Dogs
  • Among the Sleep
  • I am Bread

3DS

  • Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
  • Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
  • Bravely Default
  • Fire Emblem Awakening
  • Tomadachi Life
apr 18 2015 ∞
apr 18 2015 +
list icon
  • MEET LUCY LIU
  • Meet all my online friends
  • Be a part of a AAA game franchise
  • Become a famous realism animator!
  • Be happy & Live a happy life c:
apr 16 2015 ∞
apr 16 2015 +

studygram

  • filter: gingham w/ lux 40
feb 14 2017 ∞
feb 14 2017 +

1857 - 1945

  • Before 1857
    • Who is technically in charge?
      • By 1850s
        • British East India Company (featured in Pirates of the Caribbean)
          • Controls most of the subcontinent
        • Indirect Rule -- British officially leave local rulers in charge
      • By 1860s
        • Direct British Control (formal rule after the Indian revolt)
  • Pros and Cons of British Rule
    • One government that replaces lots of local government
apr 29 2016 ∞
apr 29 2016 +
  • Government
    • Tokugawa dynasty
      • Military dictators (shoguns)
  • Religion/Culture
    • Religious mix of Christianity, Buddhism, and Confucianism
    • Zen Buddhism
    • Less Confucian influence than China, but heavy influence on family values. Definitely no exam system and more of an exam system.
  • Contact with the West
    • 1640s to 1700s
    • Not much contact with the west
    • Deshima
      • An artificial island in Nagasaki Harbor
apr 25 2016 ∞
apr 25 2016 +

1712

  • Thomas Newcomen develops first workable steam engine

1760s

  • James Watt applies steam technology to textile industry
  • The dude that uses it in actual industrial purposes

1850s

  • Britain becomes the world's largest textile manufacturer (majority of cotton imported from India)

By 1915

  • 8% of England = Farmers

Quick Technology Brain Storm

  • Clothes (sweaters/coats, pants, shirts, shoes)
mar 30 2016 ∞
mar 30 2016 +

Church in the Middle Ages

  • Dominant Form of Christianity
    • Catholic
  • Head of the Church
    • Pope
  • With whom do the Popes compete (politically)?
    • Kings & Princes
  • How does a person get to heaven?
    • ???
    • Order
      • God
        • Grace is a substitution piece that shows that people can indulge in their sins and their flaws to go to heaven
mar 14 2016 ∞
mar 14 2016 +

Silver I

  • Potosi
    • STUPIDLY rich veins of silver
  • Who mined it?
    • Indians
    • Mita System
  • Where did it go?
    • Spain
    • Phillipines
      • Which is a Spanish colony
      • Ends up going to China
  • What did the Spanish do with it?
    • Paid for wars!
    • Quinto
      • 1/5 of all silver goes to the Spanish gov...
feb 8 2016 ∞
feb 8 2016 +
  • Cry
    • My seniors are gone omfg rip
  • Upward Bound
    • June 15 - 17
      • Leadership Trip - Providence, RI
    • June 22 - July 5
      • Rest of UB
      • 3 weeks before Game Academy (RIP showcase)
  • VT State Board of Ed Retreat
    • June 20 & 21 (Monday & Tuesday)
    • BUUURLINGTONNN <3
  • LUCKY CHOPS @ HIGHER GROUND AY LMAO
    • June 28 // show at 8 pm
    • $15 tickets
jan 30 2016 ∞
jun 20 2016 +
  • Major Nomadic Groups of Eurasia
    • Xiongnu Confederation
      • AKA the Huns
      • Invaded Western Rome and Han China
    • Turks
      • Conquered Asia minor (Anatolia and stuff)
      • Conquered Abbasid Caliphate
      • Conquered Byzantine Empire
      • Established Sultanate of Delhi (India)
    • Mongols
      • Dominated most of Eurasia more than anyone else
  • What type of climates spawned nomadic societies?
    • Dry parts!
jan 20 2016 ∞
jan 20 2016 +

589 - 618 Sui Dynasty

  • First dynasty after Han

618 - 907 Tang Dynasty

  • Founded by Li Yuan
  • Former general for last Sui emperor

960 - 1279 Song Dynasty

  • Never militarily as strong as Tang
  • Economic and Cultural golden age

Rivers! (East to West)

  • Yangze River
  • Yellow River

Themes of Tang-Song Era

  • Tribute System
  • Revived imperial institutions
  • Economic/Cultural Golden Age

The Tribute System

dec 23 2015 ∞
dec 23 2015 +
  • Pre-Islamic Arabia
    • Bedouins
      • Pastoral
      • Organized by tribe
      • Often conducted trade between...
    • Oasis Towns
      • Have water!
      • City-states
      • Trade hubs
  • Pre-Islamic Religion
    • Polytheistic
    • Allah: The Supreme God
      • What other religions might influence Islam?
  • Who is Mohamed?
dec 9 2015 ∞
dec 9 2015 +
  • Europe was not unified
  • There was no state called:
    • Germany
    • Spain
    • Russia
    • Italy
    • The British Isles are not united
  • Who was in charge? The Pope or the local/regional kings?
    • Debated for a looong time
  • Feudal System
    • A network of obligations between liege-lords and vassals
      • The "bigger shield" is the liege-lord and the vassals are his followers
      • Liege-lords are those with more power than others
dec 4 2015 ∞
dec 4 2015 +

What determines an acid vs. a base?

  • All about the ions!
    • If your substance produces an excess of cations (H+) when reacting, it is more than likely an acid
    • If your substance produces an excess of anions (OH-) when reacting, it is more than likely a base
      • Example: HCl + H2O -> H+ + Cl- + O2- (probably will be ClOH)
      • Really depends on the substances that are reacting

Acids

  • Made up of one or more hydrogen atom
  • H- can be easily released in a water solution
  • Identified through the chemical formula
nov 12 2015 ∞
nov 12 2015 +

Plato - Idealism (ex: What is the perfect pencil?)

  • Everything is perfect; you imagine it's perfect
  • Everything you see is just an image of something that's imperfect
  • Everything exists in a world that you can't see

Aristotle (ex: What do they all have in common?)

  • What are the essential and realistic properties?
oct 30 2015 ∞
oct 30 2015 +

Board Set ($999.85 ($899.87 with 10% ($99.98) discount))

Pants ($159.95 and/or $129.95)

Gloves (Must haves; $16.95)

Helmet ($109.95)

oct 25 2015 ∞
oct 25 2015 +

Roman Republic (507 BCE - 31 BCE)4th century BCE - 61 BCE

  • Republican Empire (where it is defined with lots of land and power, not the definition of being ruled by an emperor)
    • Not ruled by an emperor
    • A lot of land outside the city of Rome
    • Expansion into the Mediterranean Sea

Roman Empire (31 BCE - 5th century CE) Roman Legal System

  • 12 Tables
    • Law code
    • Legal rights granted to even lower classes
  • Generally:
    • Even aristocrats must obey the laws
    • Law - impersonal/abstract/objective
oct 5 2015 ∞
oct 5 2015 +

Zhou Dynasty

  • Mandate of Heaven
    • "God/Heaven picked me as your eligible ruler!! Shut up!!! I am amazing!"
    • Method that Zhou dynasty took to overthrow Shang Dynasty, also with military
    • "Approval" of Heaven
    • Morality itself ("Heaven") deposes corrupt rulers!
    • Concept invoked for 2000 years!
  • "He who wins is the king; he who loses is the rebel"
  • Zhou Dynasty fades away

Intermission -> Warring States Period (700s BCE - 221 BCE) Qin Shi Huangdi

  • Found of the Qin Dynasty (221-202 BCE)
  • Most competitive of the Warring States
  • Became Qin's leader at age 13
  • Unified China!!
sep 12 2015 ∞
sep 28 2015 +

What is aggression? (continued)

  • How a Behaviorist Produce Aggression?
    • Psychologically, aggression that is committed by an adult figure would help "encourage" it in the family. This means that kids who were raised in abusive families are more likely to be violent.
  • Do video games/violent media lead to more aggression in the real world?
    • I mean, have you read Game of Thrones?
    • South Africa
      • Introduced TV in 1975
      • Murder rate doubles by 1989
      • Even controlling for other factors
    • Remember the Titans [example of reducing aggression]
      • Superordinate Goals
may 5 2015 ∞
may 5 2015 +

not in order

  • Aaron
  • Saylor
  • Mary
  • Meara
  • Kevin
  • Dan
  • David
  • Jake
  • Nathan
  • Edward
  • AJ
  • Austin
  • Orly
  • Don
  • Ethan
  • Ledania
  • Hau
  • Hannah
  • Kristen
  • Marie
apr 17 2015 ∞
apr 17 2015 +

Grade vs Grade (Teachers are allowed to participate)

Other Ideas

  • Relay Ideas
  • LOTS OF SPRINKLERS
  • Sponge Run
    • Buckets full of water and buckets empty
    • Bring sponges to water bucket and run to other side with sponges and squeeze the water out
    • Group with the most water at the end is the winner
    • However, there are sprinklers you have to run through :^)

Inflatables and Stuff

apr 25 2015 ∞
apr 25 2015 +

lmfao idfk

  • Kevin West (my fav bitch orchdork)
  • Kevin Huang (UVM Upward Bound)
  • Kavin Thai (Kigu Maple/League Kevin friends with v)
  • Kevin Tian (Maple/League Kevin friends with ^)
  • Kevin Li (New Jersey Family Friend)

(3 others by name if that counts)

rip

apr 18 2015 ∞
apr 18 2015 +
  • Title
  • 50 word description
  • Brainstorming ideas
  • Visual (due: June 24)
    • Cool prezi with simplistic visuals
  • State Board of Education Facts
    • Only 2 (?) states in the entire country with student representatives on the SBE, but only Vermont (?) has them voting
  • 8-12 minute speech
  • Rehearse talk for Erica at least 1-2 times (can schedule around visual deadline)
  • July 26 preparation day
  • Conference July 27-29
may 12 2016 ∞
may 12 2016 +
  • Economic Reforms
    • Infrastructure
      • State-sponsored railroads, telegraphs, and steamship service!
    • Education
      • State-sponsored public education!
      • Western-styled universities
        • Focusing on science and technology not simply because nobody gave a shit about the arts and philosophy, but because of industrialization and military
    • Industry
      • State-sponsored pilot programs and military factories!
    • ZAIBATSU
apr 27 2016 ∞
apr 27 2016 +

Economic Philosophies I: Classical Liberalism

  • 15th - 18th century
    • Mercantilism (an absolutist monarch's goal)
      • Wanted colonies for more money
      • More money = More military
      • More military = More Wars = Conquering/Power
  • 18th century
    • Physiocrats
      • Enlightenment thinker and economists
      • They think mercantilism is inefficient
  • Adam Smith (1723-1790)
    • Wrote Wealth of Nations
apr 1 2016 ∞
apr 1 2016 +

Early Modern Times: 1450 - 1750, while Modern Times: 1750-1945

  • What is the enlightenment?
    • The growth of REASON as a way to run human societies
      • What's reason?
        • Scientific, logical, and based on evidence
        • Is not emotional, religious, or mystical
    • Big ideas
      • Reason!
        • Logic
        • Science
        • Evidence
    • Progress
mar 21 2016 ∞
mar 21 2016 +
  • The Slave Trade in World History
    • Numbers
      • Took place from 1500-1866
      • 12.7 million people were taken from Africa
      • 10.8 million people who arrived in the New World
    • How is it connected to world economy?
      • Suuugaaaar
  • The Great Trade
    • New World -> Europe
      • Sugar
      • Silver
      • Booze
    • Europe -> Africa
feb 17 2016 ∞
feb 17 2016 +
  • 1492
    • Caribbean Sea
  • By 1700
    • Most of South America
    • Mexico
    • Florida, California
  • How did they do it?
    • Case Study
      • "Peru" (1535-1717) means Spanish-speaking South America (not Brazil)
  • Spanish vs. South America (Incans)
    • Spanish side
      • Francisco Pizarro
        • Had an army of 182 men
feb 3 2016 ∞
feb 3 2016 +
  • Mongol Strategic Advantages
    • Surprise
    • Communication
      • Coordination
    • Secure supplies
      • Self-sufficient
  • Psychology
    • Psychological - Military culture
    • Psychological - Intimidation
      • Messages of the Mongol strength spread and people eventually surrendered on encountering the Mongols
    • Psychological - Meritocracy
    • Psychological - Enemies Became Allies
      • Took in some prisoners or some of their e...
jan 22 2016 ∞
jan 22 2016 +
  • Buddhism
    • Reminder that buddhism is not becoming attached to impermanent things and achieving that through meditation
  • Timeline
    • Enters China during the Era of Division
    • Some concepts similar to native Chinese beliefs
    • Popular with nomadic regional rulers
    • Buddhist monasteries control land, wealth, and political influence (kinda like with the Catholic church)
  • Buddhist interpretation of the Emperor's role:
    • To tell others to reach enlightenment
    • Can call on spirits to aid in government
  • Tang Dynasty
jan 4 2016 ∞
jan 4 2016 +
  • A Caliph is a king
  • What did the Umayyads conquer?
    • Arabia
    • Persia (Modern Iran)
    • North Africa (excluding Egypt)
    • Spain
  • Arabs
    • Muslim (from birth)
    • Can become army officers
  • Christian/Jew
    • Everywhere else
    • Conquered
    • Pay extra taxes
  • Mawali
    • Someone who converts to Islam
    • Conquered
    • Convert
dec 16 2015 ∞
dec 16 2015 +

Europe's Recovery

  • Population Increased (900 - 1360)
    • Climate improves
    • Fewer Wars/Conflict
    • Agricultural technology
      • Horse collars
        • Let's horses pull plows
        • Faster than oxen
        • More land gets plowed
        • More food
      • Two-field system
        • 1st field: Wheat (that took away all the nutrients)
        • 2nd field: Pasture (with cows and poop)
      • Three-field system
        • Some other crop
dec 7 2015 ∞
dec 7 2015 +

Began after the collapse of Rome, the Middle Ages is the era between the collapse of classical societies and the "modern world"/"new world" - About 476 - 1492.

  • Economic Productivity and Technology
    • Increases because people get smarter!
  • Official Political Power
    • Men obviously take rule
  • Artistic styles, religion, technology, diseases
    • Spread via trade networks
  • Most powerful/Sophisticated civilizations at time
    • Western Europe/China/Islam
  • Byzantine History = Rome #2?
    • 476 A.D.
nov 30 2015 ∞
nov 30 2015 +
  • Remember: Classical Era 600 BCE - 600 CE

How did stuff travel?

  • Bridges and roads that were built.
  • Domesticated Pack Animals
    • Camels (central Asia, Sahara desert)
    • Horses
  • Technology
    • Stirrups
    • Saddles
    • Made land travel much easier if you were actually riding an animal!
    • Sailing
      • Lateen Sail
        • Allows ships to sail into the wind (called tacking)
      • Convenient for traders to travel when kno...
nov 2 2015 ∞
nov 2 2015 +

Country

  • Nepal/India

Founder

  • Siddhartha Gautama

When

  • 600 BCE

Basic Ideas/Beliefs

  • The world and everything in it is an illusion/impermanent

The Four Noble Truths

  • Life (appears to) suck and is full of suffering
  • Suffering is caused by attachment to things you shouldn't be attached to
  • How can life not suck? We can end suffering by giving up our attachments to impermanent things.
oct 26 2015 ∞
oct 26 2015 +

Republic to Empire (A vicious circle)

  • Roman army = citizens
  • Citizens ~~ Small Farmers

Step 1

  • Rome expands
  • Citizens on duty for LONG periods of time

Step 2

  • Citizens are selling land to wealthy patricians (who also happen to be the generals of the army)

Step 3

  • Wealthy folks buy slaves (more slaves lead to more wars) for estates (latifundia)
  • Wealthy folks grow cash crops instead of food
  • Small farmers/citizens move to urban slums
oct 7 2015 ∞
oct 7 2015 +
  • A State
    • A geographic area controlled by a government (not like the 50 states)
  • 4 things that states do
    • Monumental architecture (big things)
    • Class hierarchies
    • Gender hierarchies
    • Writing/Record Keeping
    • Relations with Civilizations
  • What makes a state?
    • Usually led by a king (Not monarch because it was usually a man)
    • Organizes surplus labor and resources
    • Resolves disputes (court system)
    • WAAAAAAR (controls military)
  • Kingship in Egypt
    • The Pharaoh
sep 21 2015 ∞
sep 21 2015 +

lights out! we're in this 20s swing B)

what if we added teachers ohoho ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

  • Houghton and Payeur
  • Lauterbach and McKelvy
  • Litt and McQuinn
  • McMannon and Wheeler
  • POQUETTE AND OFFICER CHRIS??? MY GOD
  • Dunn and Payeur if things don't work out B)

but of course we need students so

  • Ledania and Sean (cross dressing)
  • Joy and Jason ?? (pls)
  • Brandon and Holly ?
  • other seniors B)
may 29 2015 ∞
may 29 2015 +

Concerts I should/need to see before i die (no order)

  • Fall Out Boy (as of 6/26/15)
  • Studio Killers
  • Sam Smith
  • BROODS
  • M83
  • Video Game Orchestra
  • Bruno Mars
  • DJ Okawari
  • Calvin Harris
  • Ellie Goulding
  • Epik High
  • Maroon 5
  • Joe Hisaishi (pls don't die)
  • Imagine Dragons
  • The Piano Guys
  • Pentatonix ??
  • Tuxedo
  • Zedd
apr 27 2015 ∞
apr 27 2015 +
  • Upward Bound
    • June 15 - June 25
      • Leadership Trip - Albany, NY
      • First week of classes
  • Fall Out Boy Concert
    • June 26 - June 27
      • Hartford, CT
  • GIAC China
    • June 30 - July 10
      • Beijing, Kunming, Qufu
  • Upward Bound
    • July 12 - July 25 (?)
      • Last 2 weeks of class
apr 18 2015 ∞
apr 18 2015 +