Carl Sommer

Homesick for the Superbowl

Posted on 2:45pm Tuesday 14th February 2012

Student Carl Sommer is sharing his experiences during a six month exchange from Purdue University in Indiana USA to University of Sussex. Superbowl Sunday was quite the culture shock

Carl Sommer

Beyond the city limits

Posted on 1:01pm Monday 23rd January 2012

Purdue University Carl Sommer shares his opinions on Stanmer Park, Falmer, London and Oxford as he explores beyond the Brighton city limits

Carl Sommer

Hippies and the Pavilion

Posted on 5:20pm Monday 16th January 2012

Purdue University student Carl Sommer is on a six-month exchange visit to University of Sussex. In his second week in Brighton, he discovers hippies and the non-godless

Carl Sommer

American in Brighton – Starting out

Posted on 4:13pm Wednesday 11th January 2012

Purdue University student Carl Sommer arrived in Brighton on January 4, 2012, and is studying at University of Sussex during his six-month exchange visit. Carl is sharing his experiences as he discovers Brighton

Annie-Marie Page, teen outlook

Blackheads

The Argus: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 3:43pm Tuesday 8th February 2011

Over the past few months I have been creating a documentary with several young people to raise people’s awareness on how the media portrays young asylum seekers, refugees and Muslims.

Annie-Marie Page, teen outlook

Becoming a lead student

The Argus: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 3:57pm Wednesday 23rd June 2010

As you are know lots of schools have prefects. Patcham High School has 32 lead students and about 60 students applied for the opportunity. The lead students for next year were chosen on 9th June and will be starting their roles properly on the 28th June.

Annie-Marie Page, teen outlook

My Work Experience at Scope charity organisation

The Argus: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 5:13pm Friday 14th May 2010

I started Patcham High School about a month ago and had work experience last week.

Annie-Marie Page, teen outlook

Art 2010 at the Islington Art Business Design Centre

The Argus: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 2:14pm Thursday 21st January 2010

Art 2010 at the Art Business Design Centre was a fascinating experience. Andrew Gifford took me with him for the day as he exhibited some of his paintings there, in the John Martin gallery. There was hundreds of gallery’s exhibiting artists work from all around the world. The paintings that Andrew exhibited were a series of the Thames showing light bouncing off the water, in oil paint. They were very inspiring and looked great in the special lighting and handmade frames.

Annie-Marie Page, teen outlook

Cyril Mount, Operation Scipio

The Argus: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 5:53pm Thursday 14th January 2010

Cyril Mount is an oil painter; he has taught me many painting techniques and inspired me to be a painter.

Annie-Marie Page, teen outlook

My passion for art

The Argus: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 1:52pm Monday 23rd March 2009

I am an artist and work mostly in oil paint. I enjoy painting landscapes, portraits and some still life. I have two friends who are professional artists and I benefit from their advice and criticism.

Annie-Marie Page, teen outlook

Preserve our planet

The Argus: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 5:08pm Tuesday 10th March 2009

I think a sense of social responsibility should be an important part of business. Now many people are showing more awareness of the environment and how we should look after it; people want to see their society being looked after by local businesses and more importantly the big businesses that make an enormous impact on our earth. From my experience I do not believe that many businesses demonstrate a sense of responsibility towards society.

Annie-Marie Page, teen outlook

Ageing: The Myths Uncovered!

The Argus: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 10:52am Tuesday 3rd March 2009

Why do most men and women moan about ageing when they are still very young? Ok so you may not like the idea of wrinkles and not having the same body you had ten years ago, but we don’t stay what we call “looking young” for even half our lives.

Annie-Marie Page, teen outlook

BLOG: Interacting in the adult world

The Argus: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 12:00pm Monday 9th February 2009

A few weeks ago I started a philosophy course. I asked my friend who is fourteen and my tutor who’s an adult if they wanted to come as it’s a course for all ages. I was pleased that they could both make it. My friend and I were the only young people who attended the course.

Annie-Marie Page, teen outlook

Parents - who'd have 'em?

The Argus: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 5:53pm Monday 26th January 2009

You may think this is a silly question but it really isn’t.

Annie-Marie Page, teen outlook

BLOG: Celebrity Big Brother - under the microscope

The Argus: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 6:30pm Monday 12th January 2009

Verne, Latoya, Mutya, Ulrika, Coolio, Ben, Tina, Terry, Tommy and Michelle you are in the Big Brother House! … Who is going to stay and who is going to go? It is up to you, the great British public!

Annie-Marie Page, teen outlook

Blog: What's the point of the rat race?

The Argus: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 4:28pm Wednesday 31st December 2008

What's the point of the rat race?

Annie-Marie Page, teen outlook

Blog: Home education

The Argus: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 2:49pm Thursday 18th December 2008

If I asked your opinion on home education I would probably get a mixed response but I think one of the main things you would say is that most young people who home educate don’t get to socialise with other young people as much as they need to.

Annie-Marie Page, teen outlook

Blog: Eastenders paedophile apprehended

The Argus: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 2:43pm Thursday 18th December 2008

When I’m falling asleep I usually think of something. The other night I was thinking of Eastenders.

Annie-Marie Page, teen outlook

Blog: My school failed me

The Argus: Photograph of the Author

Posted on 4:01pm Wednesday 17th December 2008

I wanted to learn. That was too much to ask for!

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