Concentrating our socials classes on the question, “Why do events happen, and what are their impacts?” will create deeper understanding of the cause and consequences our world has faced. By focusing on the domino effect, we will hopefully be able to eliminate any negative repetition, and find insight as to how to better the world […]

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What went particularly well during your mentoring sessions? I think that Claire and I clicked well and had good open communication. It felt a little awkward at first however, after a little while it started to feel more casual. When we started talking about song inspiration (around 20 minutes into the mentor session) the conversation […]

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What has been my most difficult mentoring challenge so far?  Why? One of the challenges that I have faced in my mentor sessions, like I said in my previous blog post, is that songwriting is an extremely personal thing. Claire can give me small suggestions about my song, tips on things I can improve/expand/shrink, explain […]

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Song writing is like… being possessed. You try to go to sleep but the song won’t let you. – John Lennon This year for my In-Depth project, my mentor is Claire Lundin a graduated Gleneagle Student. She has performed original songs at many Gleneagle events that I have attended, and each time she never fails […]

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In William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the Nurse is a comical character who adds liveliness to the story. She is enjoyable to read about and her caring personality towards Juliet is nothing short of heart warming. The Nurse is outgoing, jovial, fun loving, and ultimately a caring mother figure for Juliet. These qualities are what possibly make […]

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