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Category Archives: Stephen Garman

Stephen Garman is a first-year graduate student in bassoon performance. He enjoys long walks on short piers, trimming reeds, and holds a private pilot certificate with a glider rating!

NEC Students Do Not Find Their Studio Teacher THAT Good.

The following was submitted for publication in the March 2014 release and subsequently banned by The Penguin facultyView full post »

Above Ground

by STEPHEN GARMAN Master of Music ’14 Bassoon Performance     Well friends, the end of the year is upon usView full post »

International Fare

by STEPHEN GARMAN 1st year MM Bassoon         What a conundrum food is. Our appreciation for itView full post »

If Only

A PENGUIN FOLLOW-UP   BY STEPHEN GARMAN   Positive response from students to the February ar­ticle “ElevateView full post »

Green means go!

BY STEPHEN GARMAN   In October of 2011, Cornell University police issued 143 citations, with substantial fines,View full post »

John Heiss

BY MIKE ALEXANDER, STEPHEN GARMAN, KATE LEMMON, ELIZABETH O’NEIL, AND JAZMINE TSU-TING   For our February issue,View full post »

Elevate Me

BY STEPHEN GARMAN   Take cover! Valentine’s day is next week, and for many, “Singles Awareness Day” (SAD) isView full post »