Profile: Dylan Cash Miles, also referred to as D.C., is currently enrolled at the University of Arkansas - Monticello. His focus is in Music Education and Journalism. He is currently in his fifth of six years in undergraduate study, obtaining a Bachelor's in Music Education for Vocal, a Bachelor's in Music Education for Instrumental, and a Minor in Communications in Media (Journalism). D.C. is involved in many areas at his university. He has recently occupied the Commentary Editor position, along with being a Staff Journalist at The Voice, UAM's Online News Source. He recently occupies a Junior Editor position. He is a member of Phi Lambda Chi Fraternity, Inc., a national men's social fraternity, of which he is currently in his second year of office as Secretary for the Gamma Chapter. At the 2012 National Conference for Phi Lambda Chi, in Shreveport, LA, he was honored in being appointed for two positions, of which were to purposely reboot programs for the national organization. His leadership skills have progressed him towards being chosen to head the Phi Lambda Chi National Undergraduate Marketing Committee. Also, with Dylan's ever-growing knowledge in journalism, he has been appointed to reboot the fraternity's national magazine, The Aztec, of which he is the Editor-in-Chief. The Aztec is a mostly online source, tentatively returning in mid-2013. Updates to the project will be announced. Dylan is involved thoroughly in the Alpha Chapter of Alpha Psi Gamma, National Honorary Choral and Music Theatre Fraternity. He is currently the Secretary Elect of said chapter, and is promoting growth and nationalization, planning to expand to campuses across the U.S. in the near future, and hoping to continue his efforts as an alumnus through the national governing process. Dylan has participated in the UAM Symphonic Band for four years so far, of which these last two years he was seated Principal Trombonist. He is also involved in Concert Band, playing Euphonium. Dylan has been involved in the UAM Choir, Chamber Choir, and several seasons of the UAM Music Theatre Workshop. He has played roles such as Fogg in Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street, B.J. Gibson in The 1940's Radio Hour, performed the Concentration Aria in The Four Note Opera, has been involved in several choruses in productions such as Sweeney Todd and The Pirates of Penzance. He is continuing to broaden his abilities in Music Theatre to prepare for his hopeful career in Opera. He is planning on attending the University of Mississippi/Ole Miss for a Master's Degree in Opera Vocal Performance. D.C. hopes to use his growing knowledge and skills in journalism, while attending graduate school, to work for Ole Miss' The Daily Mississippian. He would hope to also work at the local statewide newspaper in Oxford, MS, The Oxford Eagle.

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