By Georgia Blatt and Jaimie Kerzner If you could change one thing about the school system what would you change? “ If you come in, the school and the bell goes and you have to wait in the hall then you’re just more late. You
By Ava Smale “My mother-in-law, Rose Smale, has always been very determined and would go to great lengths to get what she wanted. In 1951, she was working as a secretary for Algoma Steel, a job she really enjoyed and got a lot of satisfaction
A must-read personal story about an FHCI student struggling with her family speaking a language she does not understand.
“Jared and I always spend our weekend summer nights playing pool at the local bar.”
“Forty-eight hours and you’ll get to go outside again.”
Hockey, unlike other sports, is heavily focused on team play rather than individual player success.
By Vanessa Ifepe Twenty four NFL players at Wembley Stadium in London, took a knee during the American National Anthem in protest of Donald Trump. This was after Trump made a comment about players who take a knee during the anthem needing to be fired. Time
After a mass shooting in America, the news is overtaken by the event. The conversation however, has little focus on gun control laws.
A collection of three poems by Henry Frumkin, a grade 12 student in the Creative Writing course.
“The President cranks out more bots as his war draws closer.”
By Justin Shapiro I – HIS WRATH For years he walked the ides of the free, turned to ashes by the men of yield, slayed by killers without names, the spawns of Tempter. Riddled theirs minds of disease and plague, dawn marked a day of
Ben sat in his car, staring at the dash. He wasn’t ready to go back to Pascal. Too many questions, not the right answers.
Waged a war inside her brain
Octavian vying for the throne
The next day I get up and go to work. I wash the floors, I clean the toilet
bowls, I refill the soap.
“I started training with my older brother and we go at it, but today he seemed off, he had a look in his eyes I didn’t recognize.”
“Three up from the bottom she sees her name, “Julie Pawper, age 17, legs.'”
By Mowie Casilla “We were an average family back in the Philippines. We were not rich, not that poor, we were pretty much normal. My dad was a manager in some shoe factory back in the Philippines and my mom works in Canada for so
By Sophie Gold Change can be scary. And high school definitely means change. The prospect of entering high school was never far from my thoughts over the summer. I felt anxious and excited, apprehensive and eager all at the same time. The Labour Day weekend
By Abi Parameswaran Why do scientists want to revive the Woolly Mammoth? This is not a commonly asked question in people’s day to day lives since many do not have the time to question these new found scientific experiments. However, it is important to be informed