“Being a Theatre Major isn’t that hard! The academic majors actually have to WORK!”

Theatre Major:

*Had to go through rigorous auditions as well as having high grades to get into school’s program*

*Had auditions to get into school’s musical and plays the first week of school while still unpacking* 

*Has at least 3, one and half hour classes that are for one or no credit but are mandatory*

*Has intensive dance class that would make a body builder sore*

*Has academic classes on top of theatre classes*

*Has 10 Hour long rehearsals on top of all other classes*


Academic Major:

*Applied and got into school*

*Has maybe one paper due next week and like a lab or something*

a quick note on selecting a major

i answered an ask about this earlier and i wanted to briefly remind everybody of a few things, especially as hs seniors have to contemplate their majors, and students in general think about their future careers:

  • you do not need to know what you want to do with your life. especially when you’re 18.
  • you are not eternally bound to whatever career path/major you choose. interests change; this is okay. many people switch majors and have several different jobs throughout their lives. 
  • to go in as an undecided major makes total sense. do not feel bad, lesser, or stressed if you don’t feel strongly one way or the other.
  • when thinking about your major, the subject does not have to be the class you got the best grade in. it should be a class and topic that actually interests and engages you.
  • not feeling 10000% committed doesn’t make you less ambitious, or driven, or smarter, than people who do.
  • EVERYTHING WILL BE OKAY
  • THE SUN IS SHINING
  • THE STUDYBLR COMMUNITY HAS UR BACK
  • A LOT OF PEOPLE LOVE U
  • NOTHING IS FOREVER UNLESS YOU CONSTANTLY CONVINCE YOURSELF THAT IT IS
  • JUST BE YOURSELF !!!

Major Mars News:

NASA just announced that on Monday (September 28th, 2015) they’ll hold a press conference. They claim to have “a major science finding” on Mars.

It will be broadcast live on both NASA television and on their website.

They’ve not given any clues as to what exactly this finding is.

Monday couldn’t get here soon enough.

(Image credit: NASA/Greg Shirah)