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HELLO & WELCOME

First of all, welcome back to St Patrick’s! We hope you had a lovely summer holiday in the sunshine and are ready to get back to student life. It’s going to be a very busy and exciting year, with lots of opportunities and new experiences to take on. Secondly, we are pleased to announce that “Vibe” is back. In this brand new issue, the chosen theme revolves around the importance of community. Here at St Patrick’s, we like to think of community as a group of individuals connected to each other by one or more elements, whether it’s a belief, a passion or a feeling of hope towards something good. A community is a familiar theme used to bring people together to encourage and support each other. A community is a safe place where people can feel less lonely — no one likes to be on their own for too long and a sense of belonging is what keeps us all alive. As a college that promotes a sense of togetherness among its students, St Patrick’s feels that harmony, cooperation and networking best represent its community. Harmony happens whenever people live and work well together. Cooperation is the result of a healthy working relationship, based on trust, mindfulness and mutual respect. Last but not least, networking is the act of connecting with people. Communities are usually made up of like-minded individuals who are not afraid of sharing their knowledge and experience. People with good relationships and who are in good harmony with each other not only accept diversity, but they welcome it. All of this and a lot more is waiting for you at St Patrick’s. We hope you enjoy this issue as much as we enjoyed putting it together. VIBE Editing Team


IN THIS ISSUE

IN THIS ISSUE COMMUNITY

p. 04 SPECIAL WELCOME from Esther Hardy

p. 14 HUMANS OF ST PATRICK’S

p. 06 ST PATRICK’S NEWSROOM College highlights / Graduation September’18

p. 16 WHAT TO WEAR Pieces with personality

p. 08 YOUR COLLEGE YOUR COMMUNITY p. 11 NEW INITIATIVES for student support We talked to Simon Collins, Director of ACE, about upcoming improvements at St Patrick’s.

p. 19 60 SECONDS with Emma Lucala, Student Experience p. 20 BLACK HISTORY MONTH Learn and honour the many accomplishments of black women and men throughout history.

p. 25 CREATIVE CORNER Immigrant Undocumented Alien by Malik Kah p. 27 THE MELTING POT A recipe for autumnal English butternut squash soup from Student Experience team. p. 29 WHAT TO WATCH / Remember the Titans / Monster University p. 30 DAILY WISDOM Community

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SPECIAL WELCOME

SPECIAL WELCOME from E s t her Hardy, Regis t rar

Welcome back to your new term or new year! I want to congratulate the majority of you for the amazing progress you’ve achieved so far. As your registrar and having been at St Patrick’s for the last 19 years, you never cease to amaze me! If you have not improved your performance, this is the time to knuckle down. It is never too late to start moving upwards. To succeed in life, you don’t have to be a genius. Everybody is unique and born with some extraordinary qualities within. Remember, there is no crash course for success. With the start of your new term and for some of you a new year, please remember, at St Patrick’s we want to see each of you grow and thrive, question, study and learn. It’s our aim to reach every student within the college and to make a difference in all your lives.

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With the start of your new term and for some of you a new year, please remember, we at St Patrick’s want to see each of you grow and thrive, question, study and learn. It’s our intention to reach every student within the college and to make a difference in all your lives.

Our staff will help lead you to the results we know you are all capable of achieving. We know that success follows a course, a calculated sequence of choices; and it’s not the brightest people who automatically succeed. The values that we see in today’s world and the people that we surround ourselves with can have a profound effect on who we are. You must never forget the importance of education. At St Patrick’s, we use innovation and teamwork to help you achieve excellence. It is a combination of building collaborations, a willingness to work extraordinarily hard and the ability to recognise opportunities that lead to success. We look forward to continuing to provide various support and learning opportunities for all of our students, as graduation is only one diploma away!


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S T PAT R I C K ’ S N E W S R O O M

ST PATRICK’S NEWSROOM COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS

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1–3 — St Patrick ’s graduation, September 2018.


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studying, hard work and determination as St Patrick’s graduates achieved a significant milestone. Having acquired practical knowledge and real-world skills for their chosen career paths, they can now embark on the next stage of their lives with renewed confidence and optimism. Our students took up a considerable challenge when they enrolled at St Patrick’s College, seeking to give their careers a new and promising direction. They are now able to celebrate the outstanding accomplishment of completing a degree with the feeling of a job well done. With their newly acquired qualifications, they now have a whole array of new opportunities opened before them to pursue dreams long dreamt. St Patrick’s staff and faculty members also extensively congratulated graduates on their achievement. Prof Maurits Van Rooijen, Principal and CEO of St Patrick’s, said to students, “The road you chose to take when you opted to study at our college was not easy and it was often made harder by other circumstances. However, you travelled this path with determination, strength and focus, and you succeeded. We believed in you when you entered the college and you have done us proud. What’s more, if you can successfully complete your study programme, you can go on to do so many other fantastic things.”

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As students who had to juggle more than most in order to complete a degree and earn a higher education diploma, celebrating their graduation certainly felt like a well-earned and just reward for all the time and hard work they dedicated to their studies. As former US president Barack Obama said, “when your journey seems too hard, and when you run into a chorus of cynics who tell you that you’re being foolish to keep believing or that you can’t do something, or that you should just give up, or you should just settle— you might say to yourself a little phrase that I’ve found handy these last eight years: yes, we can.” 3

On 6 September, St Mary’s Church in Marylebone, central London, welcomed around 100 students from St Patrick’s College for their graduation ceremony. The graduating students received Higher National Diplomas (HND) in the areas of business management, health and social care management, travel and tourism management, network engineering and telecommunication systems, law and fashion. Surrounded by a joyful and hopeful atmosphere, the graduates celebrated their achievement with friends, family, staff and faculty members. Amid a joyful and hopeful atmosphere, the graduates celebrated their achievement with friends, family, staff and faculty members. They attended a photography session, also featuring in the college’s live Instagram stories and Facebook, before making their way to the formal ceremony to accept their diplomas. After the ceremony, guests attended a reception with food and refreshments. The celebration was the culmination of years of VIBE MAGAZINE

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YOUR COLLEGE , YOUR COMMUNIT Y

YOUR COLLEGE, YOUR COMMUNITY

Being a student is a life-changing experience. It changes the way you think, your attitude to life and it gives you the ability to build your achievements, step by step, towards a rewarding career. Being a student is not only about working hard towards your own goals; it is also about working together, as part of a team, sharing the frustrations as well as the successes coming your way. Being a student will teach you the skills you’ll need to pursue your dreams. It will help you land a job you’ll be proud of but it will also allow you to build that sense of community you’ll be grateful for the rest of your life. When your student days are over, you’ll remember not only the lessons learned in the classroom, but also those learned outside of school.

HOW STUDENT LIFE CAN SHAPE YOUR FUTURE Student life can offer you a lot more than just a study experience; you will be making friendships that last a lifetime, you’ll take part in activities that will develop your curiosity and passions, you will engage with other students who have common or contrasting

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interests; you will learn to embrace differences and appreciate similarities; you will feel part of something bigger which will grow with you. As you grow, the memories made as a student will build the basis for the person you become in the future. Students are often busy people, but it would be a shame not to take advantage of the numerous opportunities accessible through education, whether it’s football clubs, volleyball classes, theme day celebrations, summer parties or student union events. Don’t miss the chance to get involved in exciting initiatives organised and hosted by St Patrick’s in the next few months. HOW YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE TO STUDENT LIFE Have you ever wished to take a course in something that has always interested you? Can’t find the right friend to share your passion for yoga? This could be your chance to build something new, enhance your circles and make a difference in the lives of many other students like you. Grab the opportunity to be an active part of your student community, helping it to grow bigger and better. As Mark Twain said, “Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” Don’t just sit back and enjoy your student life. Be part of it!


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N E W I N I T I AT I V E S

NEW INITIATIVES for student support

Simon Collins, the Director of Academic and Careers Enhancement (ACE), joined St Patrick’s in July 2018 and has been working on a few key projects aimed at improving the overall student experience at the college. We talked to him to find out more. “Since joining St Patrick’s, I’ve not only had the pleasure of working with a passionate and enthusiastic team but I have also seen how valuable our support services are to our students. Recently, I’ve been working closely with the Student Experience team to develop new induction and graduation materials as well as a calendar of exciting new events for students which will run throughout the upcoming academic year. Yet, perhaps the most exciting thing I’ve been looking at is the Sceptre Court building refurbishments. These include creating a brand new student hub on the 1st floor in December 2018. We also plan to relocate the library to the new hub, establishing comfortable, open-plan study spaces where students are encouraged to collaborate. In addition to an open-plan coaching area, we’ll transform each corner of the building into breakout spaces, giving students more of a choice in terms of where they can work and socialise. We believe it’s important that our students are given an environment which they can own and feel comfortable in, so I see these refurbishments as a step forward. We intend to consult with students as our plans become detailed so please do share your thoughts. Wishing you all an enjoyable term ahead!”

STUDENT EXPERIENCE

Ema Lucala and Lauren Nicholls head up the Student Experience team. They cater to students’ needs by running events and disseminating key messages to the student body on behalf of the college (and vice versa). Through acting on behalf of the students, the team is able to present student concerns to senior management and make sure that they are resolved in a timely and appropriate manner. “We’ve been busy planning the recent graduations and inductions for new students. We’re also in the process of setting up three extracurricular clubs: volleyball, football and the choir, as well as organising monthly student representative meetings. In October, we’ll be launching a mentoring scheme which will match secondyear students and recent alumni with first-year students. Through meetings twice a week, students will benefit from the support of their more experienced peers. We’ve trained seven fantastic mentors who are eager to welcome the new intake and begin working with them. We meet regularly with the Student Council to ensure that they have a platform to provide accurate feedback from students.

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We then take this forward to senior management along with monthly reports from the student representative meetings where matters are discussed in detail. We’re passionate about improving student experience and we also understand how important it is to be involved socially as well as from an academic perspective. As a result, we’re organising events such as “Black History Month” and “Heritage Day” to celebrate and understand the different cultures within the college. There will also be a “Christmas Talent Show” so make sure you sign up! Come and say hi to us or drop us an email at studentexperience@st-patricks.ac.uk if you have any queries.”

DA L E

Magdalena (Magda) Witko leads the Department for Academic and Learning Enhancement (DALE), a team of English language experts offering academic support. “The aim of DALE is to help you expand your educational, academic and social awareness. We work to help students equip themselves with the various skills that they will need for life during and after college. You have access to: • The Learning Centre — a space for students to receive one-toone assistance with specific problems • Workshops on computer skills, essay writing, essay structuring, paraphrasing and referencing • Classes on essential skills and English for academic purposes We see learning as a co-operative process between learners and tutors and our goal is to foster a positive attitude to academic skills and study in general.”

AC A D E M I C C OAC H I N G

Nana Akomeah leads the team of academic coaches. These coaches deliver high-quality, subject-specific coaching support for eligible students, allowing them to manage their studies and succeed academically. “As an academic coach, I am the first point of contact for students whenever they require assistance. I signpost students to the right place and direct them to someone who will be able to help them. As a team, we work closely together to motivate students, enabling them to achieve their potential. Coaching provides an environment where learners are able to share their views without judgement. We provide academic support to students on how to approach their assignments effectively and also ensure that students are aware of what they need to include in order to meet the assessment criteria. Here are some of the benefits: • • • •

Development of problem-solving skills Improvement in time-management skills Enhancing study methods and setting achievable goals An opportunity to reflect on what has been learned

Additionally, we provide pastoral support for those students whose personal circumstances may be affecting their academic progress.”

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H U M A N S O F S T PAT R I C K ’ S

HUMANS OF ST PATRICK’S

College is quite a new experience for me, mostly because it is more like a business environment. We go to college, swipe in, get our presence recorded, do our assignments, respect deadlines. Basically, it is just like being employed but instead, you are getting an education.

I’m from Bulgaria. I’ve been working in private security for 20 years. The company I work for is owned by a friend. We organise events such as boxing matches at Wembley Stadium. I’ve worked in both Bulgaria and London. I also work as a bodyguard as well as in the private security sector.

I’m working on a PhD in Philosophy and I hope to finish it by the end of December. I am then planning to retrain and go into the field of psychoanalysis, as it’s related to my PhD. I’ve noticed that lots of people have mental health issues and I’d like to help them.

Iulian, Student Council

Dimitar, Security Guard

Akosua, Essential Skills Lecturer

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LIVESLOOK LivesLook is a social net work site that celebrates the lives and legacies of lost loved ones

We celebrate the lives of your past friends and family members not because they are gone but because they were here. LivesLook is an online platform where you can create a page to memorialise those who have touched your life. Upload photographs and videos, share anecdotes or leave messages — LivesLook provides you with the experience of gathering around old family photo albums, regardless of the physical distance between you. The website allows you to connect with

distant family members and unknown mutual friends, giving you the chance to discover new aspects of your lost loved ones. Create events for anniversaries and memorials and share the experience with those unable to attend on Liveslook. Our aim is to give people the best way possible of celebrating the legacy and sharing the memories of their loved ones, providing a site where people can cry and laugh, reflect and preserve the memories for generations to come.

Rohan Brown, Founder

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What to get PI E C E S W I T H PE R S O N A L I T Y As this year’s long, warm summer makes way for autumn, make the most out of the newest trends to showcase your style and fashion sense with unique accessories.

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Bold colour palettes, eye-catching prints and statement pieces are some of the season’s favourites to revitalise your wardrobe and spice up your style.

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5 Zara Contrasting classic sneakers £39.99 6 Zara Embroided slogan cap £12.99 7 ASOS Mi-Pac tote backpack in felt check £40 8 Mango Horizontal striped sweater £29.99

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LIVESLOOK LivesLook is a social net work site that celebrates the lives and legacies of lost loved ones

We celebrate the lives of your past friends and family members not because they are gone but because they were here. LivesLook is an online platform where you can create a page to memorialise those who have touched your life. Upload photographs and videos, share anecdotes or leave messages — LivesLook provides you with the experience of gathering around old family photo albums, regardless of the physical distance between you. The website allows you to connect with

distant family members and unknown mutual friends, giving you the chance to discover new aspects of your lost loved ones. Create events for anniversaries and memorials and share the experience with those unable to attend on Liveslook. Our aim is to give people the best way possible of celebrating the legacy and sharing the memories of their loved ones, providing a site where people can cry and laugh, reflect and preserve the memories for generations to come.

Rohan Brown, Founder

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60 SECONDS

60 SECONDS with Ema Lucala, Student Experience

Can you explain how you maintain communication between students and the Student Experience team? We maintain communication between students and the Student Experience team by hosting events and having regular meetings with those who best represent the student community — Student Council and class representatives. We also

Background: I was born in Portugal. My mum is from Angola and my dad is from Brazil. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree with Honours in Sociology. Work experience: I have worked as a student mentor, carried out administration roles and worked as a senior mentor for the National Citizen Services. What’s your favourite event you’ve organised till date? My favourite event, among those I have organised, is the graduation which took place on 6 September 2018. It was great to be able to help students and their families celebrate their achievements, especially because I am aware of how hard these students worked to complete their courses.

have office hours from Monday to Friday where students are welcome to drop by our office and share ideas, concerns or just have a chat if they are in need of someone to talk to. What is your top achievement? My greatest achievement to date is my degree. What are you still working on? As a student experience coordinator, I am working on creating stronger links between staff and students while enhancing the sense of community within the college.

How do you work under pressure? Although working under pressure can be hard, I try to focus on the ultimate goal. It makes the process easier.

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BLACK HISTORY MONTH

BLACK HISTORY MONTH

We all know that, in order to understand the present, we need to explore history first. This is exactly why “Black History Month” is so important! Its main aim is to dedicate a whole month to recognising and celebrating the contributions the black community has made to society and British history, too.

“Black History Month” was first launched in the United Kingdom in 1987, but its origins date back to many years before that. The celebration originally started in the United States with the main focus being on educating the nation about its black history. Before “Black History Month” was introduced, the occurrence was originally celebrated in the US over the second week of February. On this date, the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln, who abolished slavery, and social reformer, Frederick Douglass, overlapped. Since then, “Black History Month” has grown to be recognised in both the UK and Canada, but over the whole month of October instead. Last year saw the 30th anniversary of “Black History Month” in the UK, with lots going on around the capital. This year is no different! Many institutions recognise the importance of highlighting the achievements made my inspirational people within the black community.

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There are hundreds of different events set up this month for your chance to learn and honour the many accomplishments of black women and men throughout history.

AFRICAN CARIBBEAN LIFEST YLE

7 October / Kensington & Chelsea This is an amazing showcase of health, hair, beauty and more! The event is lining up all the best events from the lifestyle and fashion world to ensure that you are living your best life.

AFRICA ON THE SQUARE

14 October / Trafalgar Square Returning for the third time, this one is not to be missed! The celebration hosts a range of events from live entertainment to showcasing African foods, fashion and music.

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B L AC K H I S T O R Y M O N T H C O M E DY S H O W

19–20 October / Waltham Forest Town Hall Hosted by top comedians Eddie Nestor and Robbie Gee and featuring an all-star lineup, this event guarantees a night of fun and laughter!

B L AC K S H E R O E S M O N T H ART WORKSHOPS

21 October / Bethnal Green This series of cultural events and art workshops are taking place around various boroughs in London with the main objective of reflecting the lack of black women referents in society.


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WelCOMe TO The CReATIve CORneR, A DeDICATeD SPACe TO UnleASh The ARTIST WIThIn YOU.. read on Welcome to the Creative Corner, a dedicated space to unleash the artist within you. In a world full of creative restrictions, this is a place for you to express yourself freely, write down your thoughts and let your creativity run wild.

therefore pleased to welcome contributions from all the creative minds out there who are willing to confidently share their work with others. Watch this space, future Wordsworth! At the “Creative Corner” you can pour your heart into art in the way you prefer, whether it’s prose, poetry or drawing.

As Henri Matisse used to say, “Creativity takes courage” and these words say it better than anything else. Here at St Patrick’s, we believe in brave, goal-driven, self-determined students. We are

If you are a shy person, don’t worry! This is a judgement-free zone and, should you require it, you can always ask for your contributions to be anonymous. Find your own inspiration. Get creative today.

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C R E AT I V E C O R N E R

CREATIVE CORNER Immigrant Undocumented Alien by Malik Kah

As we hustle saving money Selling Dad’s cows, Mum’s jewellery Submit documents Sleepless nights Endless prayers Cowrie shell soothsayers Marabout charms Concoctions To drink to influence the outcome Trembling like leaves Interviews or embassy interrogations The man behind the glass Questions probing questions Interrogations Met by stern answers Of lies and hybrid truths An encounter of dominator And dominance Discretion wins A process of brute torture A visa issued A smile of relief from psychological pain Imaginations Captures the mind The news suppressed

No one should know Lest witchcraft comes to play Good news prepare you For a journey of no return Young and ambitious Looking westward just as Our ancestors headed west In chains and boats All of a sudden The adjectives Ethnic minority Alien Illegal immigrant Nigger Terms and terminology Of contempt Of disdain Self awareness Self conscious Of being an outsider Labelled Tagged and targeted Menial jobs Minimum wages Mediocre reference

An alien An illegal alien Forcing the accent Funny twisted vowels Speaking through the nose Still a square peg in a round hole Twisted names Still Hunted hounded Expose to be expelled No green card No indefinite leave to remain Running Hide and seek New name adopted No date of birth Hoping job To job No NI No bank account High rents to pay No reference No medical cover Truly an alien An illegal alien.

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T H E M E LT I N G P O T

THE MELTING POT A recipe for autumnal English butternut squash soup from Student Experience team.

It can be a struggle to let go of summer, its blue skies and the brightness of its warm nights. After all, summer is the season that brings people together and gets them to celebrate the fullness of life, with its longer days, wide selection of fruit and vegetables, outdoor eating and plenty of ice cream flavours. If you are still not excited about autumn and everything that comes with it, don’t forget that this season is also about carved pumpkins, vampire teeth, heart-warming food and pub nights with old friends. With these premises, the transition from summer to winter has never been easier…

INGREDIENTS

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1 butternut squash, about 1kg, peeled and deseeded 2 tbsp olive oil 1 tbsp butter 2 onions, diced 1 garlic clove, thinly sliced 2 mild red chillies, deseeded and finely chopped 850ml hot vegetable stock 4 tbsp crème fraîche, plus more to serve

INSTRUCTIONS

• Heat oven to 2000C / 1800C fan / gas 6. • Cut 1 peeled and deseeded butternut squash into large cubes, about 4cm / 1½ inches across, then toss in a large roasting tin with 1 tbsp olive oil. • Roast for 30 mins, turning once during cooking, until golden and soft. • While the butternut squash cooks, melt 1 tbsp butter with the remaining 1 tbsp olive oil in a saucepan, then add 2 diced onions, 1 thinly sliced garlic clove and ¾ of the 2 deseeded and finely chopped red chillies. • Cover and cook on a very low heat for 15–20 mins until the onions are soft. • Tip the butternut squash into the pan, add 850ml hot vegetable stock and 4tbsp crème fraîche, then whizz with a stick blender until smooth. For a silky soup, put the soup into a liquidiser and blitz it in batches. • Return to the pan, gently reheat, then season to taste. • Serve in bowls with swirls of crème fraîche and a scattering of the remaining chilli.

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W H AT T O WAT C H

WHAT TO WATCH

R E M E M B E R T H E T I TA N S

MONSTER UNIVERSITY

Sports movies offer interesting metaphors of life: the underdog overcoming challenges to beat the odds, training to achieve the impossible and learn even from defeat. Released in 2000, this movie revolves around the American football team of a school in the 70s dealing with the integration of black students for the first time, which therefore adds layers of complexity to the characters dynamics. While entertaining with outstanding performances and a catchy soundtrack, the film doesn’t shy away from racial issues; instead, it focuses on showing how unity and respect in the community can help overcome differences. In the somewhat protected environment of the team, the students bond over the love for the game and gradually understand that the colour of their skin doesn’t matter. They become young and honest ambassadors of acceptance and diversity, turning the tables and teaching grownups a lesson of diversity.

The prequel of “Monsters, Inc.” (2001) takes us back to Sully and Mike Wazowski’s university days. Before they were friends and long before they became the power duo -pun intended- at the scary factory of the first film, they found themselves on very opposite sides. Mike is there to become a professional “scarer”, faced with scepticism from professors and fellow students. Boasting self-confidence and an important family name, Sully relies on his natural talent. Pixar has long shown that kids’ movies are an adult affair, giving a mature and sensitive spin to plots normally sacrificed to childrenfriendly storytelling. In this film, the competitive environment of the university seems to work against our characters: for the opposite reason, Mike and Sully are reminded of what is expected from them, especially by the Dean. It is in the weirdly assorted company of the Oozma Kappa, a group of outsiders, that they find the inspiration to defy stereotypes and be whoever they want to be.

For more movie recommendations, visit St Patrick ’s blog.

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D A I LY W I S D O M

DAILY WISDOM COMMUNITY

“Every successful individual knows that his or her achievement depends on a community of persons working together.”

“Social media is not about the exploitation of technology but service to community.” Simon Mainwaring

Paul Ryan

“Believe in yourself, your family and your community and you will win.”

“It takes collaboration to develop better skills for better lives.” Jose Angel Gurria

Lindsay Fox

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“Without a sense of caring, there can be no sense of community.”

“The power of community to create health is far greater than any physician, clinic or hospital.”

Anthony J. D’Angelo

Mark Hyman

For more daily wisdom, keep an eye on our social media channels.


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