The Epiphany Season
Most of the students at Tanglewood came from Indiana University. Thousands of students graduate from Indiana majoring in clarinet, violin or voice, to name a few disciplines, every year. Yes, they do know how to read, but they can't balance a checkbook or operate a computer any better than the average athlete.
McDermott, Dan. "If a Student Can Major in Piano, Why Can' t a Player Major in Passing?" NY Times 4 December 2005.
Wow, what do you know, I go to Indiana University!
I really wish I knew how to operate a computer. Because if I did I might:
And whilst operating it, I might:
You seem to believe that university orchestras charge for concerts. We at Indiana, land of the balanced check book, do not. Students and the general public attend free of charge.
I see bacchanalian refuse on my way to play Bach.
All students at Indiana, however, are charged a $30 dollar athletics fee to support athletic activity that is associated with reckless alcohol consumption. (I would know. I see the bacchanalian refuse on my way to play Bach.)
Meanwhile, a gift of $40 million dollars is given to the Music School at said institution.
Football is brutal and violent associated with what you call, "pain, injury and effort." That's great. I call it destructive, superficial, fleeting.
Music, however, I would define as "constructive, spiritual, lasting."
People benefit from a lifetime of involvement with Music. Perhaps that's why there's a School.
A lifetime of participation with football would be a short, painful lifetime indeed. To answer the question posed in the title of your article, perhaps that's why there's no Football School and no passing major.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to go balance my checkbook.
Oh wait, I already did.
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