San Jose State senior Krysta Shaw is one of several students who started with a highly marketable major before changing to one that made her happy — musical theater. “I started school as a math major, and I was like, ‘I hate my life. I cry all the time. How could this possibly be worth it?'”. Shaw, who teaches dance and might one day open a studio, said the kinds of numbers in Carnevale’s studies haunt her. “I look at those things and I go, ‘I guess I need to be a doctor. I guess I need to be an engineer,'” Shaw said. “It just sucks the life out of you to say, ‘I just need to make money.'”.
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As today’s practitioners bicker over yoga styles — Iyengar versus Bikram or Ashtanga — they re-enact a historic debate: “In modern yoga, there’s a lot of criticism: ‘Oh, this isn’t authentic yoga,’ ” Kaitlin Quistgaard, former editor-in-chief of Yoga Journal and now an adviser to the exhibit, said in an interview. “So the exhibit is timely and fun in showing us that this isn’t even our argument. This is a fight that’s been going on for hundreds or even thousands of years, take your pick.”.
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