Theme: Global Issues
St Gilgen, Austria
March 10th, 2011
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About this event
This event gives students the opportunity to share their ideas about global issues that are important to them.
has been at StGIS from the start and will be a member of the inaugural graduating class. Originally from Bulgaria, Bobbi might be “California Dreaming,” since he aspires to meet Steve Jobs and one day to work for Apple. While most people know Bobbi as the resident tech expert, you might be surprised to know that he is huge Stargate and Scifi fan.
is inspired by her mother and hopes to be able to give a little back for all the wonders she has given her. She loves to bake, believes in the value of hard work and aspires to be someone worth remembering. Along with her interests in economics and entrepreneurship she strives to be in the likes of Donald Trump, J.K. Rowling or at least meet them along the way.
is inspired by nature and other young agents of change. She is passionate about children’s rights and hopes to help people respect our earth. Along with her passion for nature she is a young woman of many talents including front and back flips, Capoeira and climbing trees. All three with be helpful in achieving her goal of working for Cirque Du Soleil.
StGIS IB Theater Arts
Sonja Sobel, Michele Haindl, Luiza Madalozo and Max Weiser have bonded tremendously since their formation in August. This group is bursting at the seams with talent; demonstrated in their respective roles in various productions and monologues. They enjoy clapping, have their own “bat call” and have know of a blackhole in the Library in which Max gets sucked into.
In a few years if you don’t see her on the silver screen, look for her to represent you for your next legal matter. She is a busy woman and if she wasn’t interested in sleeping and eating she wouldn’t have time for them with all her other interests and activities. She has the gift of gab, a fondness for Kurt Geiger shoes and is one of our local speakers, hailing from Salzburg.
wants to be an artist in every sense of the word. “I want to change things, not reluctantly or sadly accept everything that’s thrown at me – be rationally radical, not compromise.” If she is not singing, directing, writing, acting, drawing or dancing you can find her discussing and debating ways to change a game or revamp the rules of almost everything.
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St Gilgen, 5340
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