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When you return home after your first semester at Queen’s, you might struggle to describe why it feels so special to be part of the Queen’s community. You might struggle to tell your family what it felt like to put your tam on for the first time. You might find it hard to explain to your friends why you’ve spent all afternoon humming the Oil Thigh. You might question how to explain to your high school classmates why Queen’s is unlike any of the other institutions dotting our country.
The musical Moellman children, from left, Jonathan, 14, Clara, 13, Peter, 11, and Gabriel, 9, are seen at a recent performance. (Supplied Photo) jpg, KI For the Moellman family, music is as much a part of the daily routine as eating breakfast or brushing their teeth.
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