college majors

clothes of the majors I’ve met

English: stylish enough, glasses, won’t look me in the eye when I wear crocs, lots of things on their keychains

Computer science: the hoody-jeans squad, did CS so they would never have to wear a suit

philosophy: tank-tops, no shoes, pajama bottoms

art students: either rocking that depression sweater or making some sort of statement I missed

Psychology: leggings or sweatpants, pastels, long hair and messy top-knots

engineering: same as CS, bags under their eyes, lot’s of pins

International relations: mostly H&M and going hard for some unknown European flavor

archeology/anthro: beads & warm colors, always give me the vibe they would rather be covered in dirt right now

law school: forced into suits when required, otherwise have 2 day old makeup on or 7 o’clock beard shadow

teaching/nursing: look more comfortable than me, practical shoes

aerospace: how do all of you own the same einstein shirt?

history/humanities: left any sense of fashion in the 18th century, baseball caps, forget to wear socks with their shoes

business school:

just saying but most iconic front women from rock/music history have had lesbian relationships. janis joplin? joan jett? josephine baker? debbie harry? amy winehouse? the godmother, the QUEEN, of all rock music sister rosetta tharpe? ALL have expressed in public (or private) their attraction for women as well as men. lesley gore, the 60s pop artist who gave us “you don’t own me”? a lesbian. ma rainey, a blues artist who gave us one of the first recordings of actual, non-subtextual lesbian content in “prove it on my blues”. and these are just the women who are, for the most part, well-known for their music and image. women who love women have done so much for music, and this is most likely only scratching the surface

College Majors as lines from Hamilton
  • Psychology: Some men say that I'm intense or I'm insane
  • Chemistry: SHA-BOOM
  • Accounting: We need to handle our financial situation
  • History: But Jesus between all the bleeding and fighting I've been reading and writing
  • Business: Shake hands with him, charm her
  • English: He started retreatin and readin every treatise on the shelf
  • Creative writing: You built me palaces out of paragraphs
  • Criminal justice: Stay out of trouble and you double your choices
  • Pre Med/Nursing: Stay alive
  • Education: Give us a verse, drop some knowledge
  • Theater: Yo yo yo what time is it? SHOW TIME!
  • Music: You changed the melody every time
  • Foreign language: I came from afar just to say "bonsoir!"
  • Political Science: Don't modulate the key then not debate with me
  • Current Affairs: How lucky we are to be alive right now, history is happening
  • Fashion: I think your pants look hot
  • Philosophy: You want a revolution, I want a revelation
  • Theology: I'm searching and scanning for answers in every line

Today, my history professor made the mistake of announcing that she believed that you could categorize people into two groups: those that preferred Sound of Music and those that preferred Grease.

I have never heard a room of history majors become so outraged.

“–Grease SUCKS–”

“–excuse me but have you heard of our Lord and Savior PHANTOM OF THE OPERA–”

“–don’t talk to me unless it’s about Fiddler on the Roof–”


–did you mean Les Mis?–

And, me, in the corner with my Newsies shirt on (which was a perfect coincidence):


Reasons Your Music Major is Crying
  • Their reed broke.
  • They forgot to eat this morning.
  • Bach.
  • They have an audition soon.
  • Their favorite practice room was taken.
  • They realized they haven’t seen the sun in two weeks.
  • They saw a dog when they looked out their teacher’s window.
  • They’re awake.
  • They’ve been awake for 18 hours and rehearsal isn’t over.
  • They got a lower chair than they wanted.
  • They got a higher chair than they were prepared for.
  • They just had an audition.
  • Messiaen.
  • They remembered the Katzenklavier existed.
  • They have to memorize Gregorian chant.
  • Their teacher scolded them.
  • Their teacher complimented them.
  • They were asked to perform ‘for exposure.’
  • Someone asked what they planned to do after graduation.
  • They heard an Otamatone.
  • They ran out of caffeine.
  • Their department’s funding was cut. Again.
  • They are currently auditioning.
  • They had to choose between performing one concert or performing a different concert.
  • Wagner. (The asshole.)
  • The price of Young Artist Programs.
  • The price of YAP applications.
  • Someone put their flute on a music stand.
  • Their mute fell out on stage.
  • Their teacher is retiring.
  • Their favorite performer tweeted back at them.
  • They finally hit that note.
  • They can finally go to sleep.
Ideal Majors For the Signs
  • Aries: Medicine, Law, Public Relations
  • Taurus: Business, Journalism, Sociology
  • Gemini: Foreign Language, Creative Writing, Film
  • Cancer: Music Performance, Early Childhood Education, Art
  • Leo: Political Science, Social Work, Literature
  • Virgo: Economics, Animal Science, Theater
  • Libra: Communications, Marketing, Advertising
  • Scorpio: Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Human Development
  • Sagittarius: Psychology, English, Religious Studies
  • Capricorn: Accounting, Computer Science, Anthropology
  • Aquarius: Engineering, Environmental Science, Nursing
  • Pisces: Education, Music Theory/Composition, Design
It's about that time again

Dear music major college students who are debasing switching next semester due to non supportive forces:

-You didn’t choose a dead end major
-You can make a living off it
-Don’t let anyone stop you
-It’s a highly respectable and necessary career

Past, present and future music majors, please reblog if you’ve been asked “what’s your back up plan?” And you proved them wrong.