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Becoming a Catalyst for Change

Erin Gruwell chose to become a teacher who believed in change. She believes that no matter where a student grows up, what type of atmosphere he or she grows up in, or what his or her background consists of, each and every student has the opportunity to decide what the future will hold. Instead of becoming involved with a gang, being a victim of  [...Continue Reading] “Becoming a Catalyst for Change”
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Be Hermiones, Rather Than Pansy Parkinsons

Books and stories are my lifeline. From “Green Eggs and Ham” as a 3-year-old to “Pride and Prejudice” as a 24-year-old, the worlds authors create completely astound me. For me, not much can compare to the feel of a page between my fingers, the smell of the paper and the words written upon it. When I am lost in a story, I am just  [...Continue Reading] “Be Hermiones, Rather Than Pansy Parkinsons”
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A History of Printing

Inspiration is key at Canright. It is a part of everything we do. To celebrate what inspires us, each week we present Canright Inspiration. This week, Collin presented on the history of typography and printing. Collin says, “check out my inspiration presentation to my firm, drawing in my experience growing up at my family’s newspaper, The Chesterton Tribune. I covered stories I heard of  [...Continue Reading] “A History of Printing”
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Today’s Inspiration: Ukrainian Easter Eggs

This morning for our Inspiration Meeting, I shared a cultural tradition called Pysanky (Ukrainian Easter eggs). Many of you are probably familiar with these intricately decorated eggs, but I bet you haven’t tried making one! I had my first experience creaing Pysanky years ago in my high school Russian class, so I thought it’d be a fun thing to try again. The process of  [...Continue Reading] “Today’s Inspiration: Ukrainian Easter Eggs”
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