Despite the benefits of musical education, University of the Virgin Islands’ students tire of redundancy.
ST. THOMAS – Students on the University of the Virgin Islands’ St. Thomas campus have desired diversity with their musical class selections.
However, student interest has not been enough for the university to make improvements in musical education.
“It’s not that the university doesn’t have music classes, but they lack a variety. Music is to be learned progressively, once you have reached a certain level, then you must continue to progress. Stagnation is the key to unproductivity,” Nyim Haynes, former UVI international relations student said. Continue reading Musically Challenged