Many people believe that the arts, specifically music programs, hold no beneficial value to students other than for an extracurricular activity. Others believe that having these programs within our schools, only takes away from instructional time. However, research has shown that music education, and exposure to music in general, provides great benefits and values to the adolescents that are involved in said programs (“Music Matters”). Participation in music programs promotes the advancement of academic scores and sets students on the path to success later in life. Furthermore, these programs, be it instrumental or vocal, provide an outlet for adolescents to express themselves and have truly lasting implications on their global development. Notwithstanding all of the pleasure and self-confidence gained through participation in music programs, music education may provide important benefits towards students’ academics by improving their concentration levels and cultivating higher order thinking skills that may increase academic achievement.
On 5/8/16 Client Antionette Williams #239 got into a fight with a resident on Unit #206 Shaundenis Pagan mother, the client stated that Ms. Pagan started by know oh her door asking for cigarettes and then proceed to another resident unit and told that person that Ms. Williams was talking about her, that situation escalated leading into an argument between, Ms. Williams, Ms. Pagan and Ms. Chanel Grant. After the argument on the second floor, Ms Williams decides to go to the parking lot for a fresh air, while Ms. Pagan went into her room and put her sneakers provoking other the other residents, they all went outside the building at the same time, Ms. Pagan mother arrives to drop her granddaughter with Ms. Pagan, went they all starting to fight.
Upon my arrival, I met with homeowner, Ms. Anastasia Shields and tenant Stephen Hayes who was intoxicated and being verbally aggressive. Mr. Hayes related that he rents a room from Ms. Shields. An argument erupted tonight between the parties when Ms. Shields asked for the rent which is over a month past due. On inquiry, Mr. Hayes produced a lease between Ms. Shields and himself. At this time, I noted that the property is a single residence and Mr. Hayes actually lives with Ms. Shields, which is against Haddon Township Ordinance.
On 6/4/16 Client Ryan Bowman #205 was involved in a verbal disputes with resident Anna Jones # 203, he stated that his neighbor, called the police against him for no logical reason, he stated that Ms. Jones was banging on the wall from inside her unit and Mr. Bowman told to stop making noise because her son was sleeping, however Ms. Jones do not stop the noise and them call the police. Mr. Bowman also mentioned that both residents meet at PATH during the intake while were waiting for placement and that Ms. Jones was very friendly at first , going into Mr. Bowman unit offer him to cook for him and because he does wanted Ms. Jones approach he believe that now she acting
Defendant SARAH MINER (hereinafter “Ms. Miner,”) owner, and operator of the Portola complex, recently denied Plaintiff DARLAWILLIAMS’ (hereinafter “Plaintiff,”) a former tenant, application to continue leasing at the complex. As such, Plaintiff brought several suits (Exhibit 1) against Ms. Miner, alleging discrimination as the basis for her denial. The Plaintiff's case against Ms. Miner, however, is without merits. Plaintiff received several noise complaints (Exhibit 2) throughout her tenancy, disrupting the peaceful residential community. Moreover, Plaintiff failed to keep her unit in good condition, resulting in considerable damage to the unit and property.
Defendant SARAH MINER, owner, and operator of the Portola apartment complex, recently denied Plaintiff DARLAWILLIAMS, a former tenant, application to continue leasing her unit at the complex. Plaintiff subsequently brought suit against Defendant, alleging discrimination as the basis for her denial. The Plaintiff 's case against Defendant, however, is without merit. Defendant denied Plaintiff 's application because she received several noise complaints throughout her tenancy, disrupting the peaceful residential community. Furthermore, Defendant denied Plaintiff 's application due to her failure to keep her unit in good condition; resulting in substantial damage to the unit and approximately $3,500 in repair costs.
Ms. Davis stated on the above incident date her neighbor kids were at her residence with her kids. Ms. Davis stated Ms. Carroll younger child (juvenile) were making smart remarks while at the residence. Ms. Davis stated she informed the juvenile that if she keeps up with the behavior she will not be attending the party on Saturday. Ms. Davis then stated she texted Ms. Carroll and informed her of the juvenile behavior. She then stated Ms. Carroll responded back using profane languages towards her which wasn't called for. She continued to state she informed Ms. Carroll that she would not be taking the juvenile to school anymore and that she couldn't attend the party this Saturday due to the conflict she wasn't attempting to resolve. Ms. Davis stated she also wanted Law Enforcement to be aware of this incident due to prior incident where Ms. Carroll has intentionally damage their personal belongings. She stated she was afraid that Ms. Carroll would come on her property and damage/destroy their personal property and she would like it document.
The complainant was flatulating throughout the night which caused Lynn to kick her out of the bedroom because of the smell. The complainant went into the living room and was unable to go back to sleep and became bored. The complainant decided to put Christmas decorations up throughout the house and on the Christmas tree. The complainant was in the bathroom when Lynn approached her and stated “Why you put decorations on that girl tree” referring to Kiyanna. The complainant told the Lynn that if Kiyanna didn’t like the decorations Kiyanna could take them down. The complainant and Lynn continued to argue and Lynn told the complainant to leave. Lynn then called the Michelle and advised her to bring her shit referring to a gun. A few minutes later Michelle arrived at the home. The complainant who was gathering her belonging to leave advised that Lynn and Kiyanna started putting stuff back in the apartment and taking items out the complainant’s hands. Michelle who was
On December 16, 2017, at approximately 1311 hours, I responded to 2660 N Orange Blossom Trail; Lot 48 in reference to a disturbance. Upon my arrival I made my contact with Pablo Joshua Soto (victim/complainant) who advised the following via verbal and a sworn written statement:
Upon arrival, I made contact with the complainant, who I identified as Rachel Switzer through a previous encounter. Switzer advised that moments before my arrival, she had taken place in a verbal argument with a male subject that was still inside his residence at the above address. I did not observe any physical injuries to Switzer. Switzer stated that the male subject had picked her up and brought her to his residence to spend time together. Switzer stated the argument was over her willingness to take a bath. Switzer advised that the male subject and her have dated in the past for a total of
On December 16, 2016, the complainant reported that on December 9, 2016 that she and Aaron Whitington hereinafter referred to as the defendant were involved in an argument that escalated in to a physical altercation. The complainant reported that the defendant pushed her down the steps; he then grabbed her and pushed her against the wall. The complainant and the defendant have been romantically involved and have one child in common.
Officer Emanuel went back outside to speak with Brent again, while I stayed inside to speak with Mary. Mary kept asking me what I can do to make sure he does not come back tomorrow while she is at work. Mary stated that she want us to make sure that he doesn’t damage anything when and if he comes back and does not burn the house down. I again told her that legally I cannot keep him from the house as he is on the lease. I told Mary that by law he can come and go from the house as much as possible because of the lease, which it’s his house as much as it is hers. Mary got very distraught and angry with me and yelled at me to get out of her house. I then asked Officer Emanuel to come in as she did not want to speak with me anymore. Officer Emanuel did so.
There is no disputing that society is influenced by its choices of entertainment. Some ways in which people are influenced are positive, but others are harmful. In the society we live in, the harmful ways always outnumber the positive. If we gravitated toward the positive forms of entertainment a little more often than the negative, then our society would have fewer problems. Popular music has a negative effect on society and endorses a lack of creativity.
Music. It’s different to everyone, even if everyone happened to be listening to the same thing. There are health and emotional benefits that come with playing an instrument. It’s so important that every student gets a musical education because knowing an instrument is comparable to you exercising a muscle; music is exercising the brain! The auditory cortex is working hard to process the sound, while the nucleus accumbers, amygdala, and cerebellum are working hard to make you feel. Oh, and you know when you know your favorite part of the song is coming up? Well, that’s when your prefrontal cortex is being activated and is getting anxious (“This is Your Brain on Music” by Knowing Neurons). Being involved in music helps students do better in other subjects. Our brain works harder when we play music, and it increases IQ and improves spatial-temporal skills, which is when students can see elements that should go together, which improves math skills (PBS Parents, “The Benefits of Music Education”). Music affects everyone, reading this might help you realize the beauty of music, learn how it affected me meticulously, and other things about music education.
When one hears the word “feminist”, many different things may come to mind. One may think of the “bra burning” feminists of the 1960s or the “riot grrrl” feminists of the 1990s. It can bring to mind issues such as abortion, birth control, and unfair wages. There are many different aspects of feminism, some of which are understood only by those involved in the movement. But like most things people are passionate about, feminism has held a strong place in music since its very beginning, and can be seen in its festivals, its politics, and in the average American’s everyday life.