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By: Kana Ogawa
“I’m grateful for a positive surrounding of friends, and a lack of snakes.” Continue reading Humans of FHCI: Galya Feldt
By: Liv R.
People have always seen me as a tough, fearless girl who had boys for friends… Continue reading Humans of Toronto #LifeObstacles
By: Jomana Elsays
An interview with President CJ Mezin and Vice President Bailee Cohen. Continue reading What do you wish you could tell your Grade 9 self?
By: Kana Ogawa
“The name Nuomi means sticky white rice in Chinese. The funny reason why he was named that is…” Continue reading Pets of FHCI: Nuomi
By: Vanessa Ifepe
I am a visual artist and musician. I’ve done a lot of work in design and I have a background in construction… Continue reading Teachers of FHCI: Mr. Fraser
By: Raj N
When I was a kid, I idolized people and the influences around me. I was raised by my parents, but.. Continue reading Humans of Toronto #MyGrandma
By Kana Ogawa
“I have a brother, who is ten years older…” Continue reading Humans of FHCI: Ziyu Chen
If you weren’t a teacher, what do you think you would be? “I gave some real thought to being a lawyer for a while, and I also thought about being a professor and haven’t entirely dismissed that as a possibility maybe sometime down the road.” What do you want to do after retirement? “It would be nice to go down to the faculty of education … Continue reading Teachers of FHCI: Mr. Berger
What is your biggest fear?
“Heights. When I was little I got stuck at the top of the monkey bars at school and I had to wait until 3:15 for my mom to pick me up because I was so…” Continue reading Humans of FHCI: Lauren Mirabella
Tell me something you absolutely hate about people.
“I hate when people are selfish.” Continue reading Humans of FHCI: Olivia Bogner
What is something you wish you could tell your grade 9 self?
“Enjoy the easy work while it lasts.” Continue reading Humans of FHCI: Marlee Moskoff
If you could give one piece of advice to a large group of people, what would it be?
“I would tell them to always trust their judgment and never let others persuade their thoughts. You have to be a very…” Continue reading Humans of FHCI: Beza Tadesse
Imagine working two jobs and going to school at the same time. Imagine getting no Netflix time. It is all worth it for Mike S. Continue reading Day in the Life of Mike S.
“I chose to interview my dad, Robert Greenfield, for this project. I wanted to interview him because I think that it’s interesting how he moved from his home city, Chicago, to another one. He had never been to Toronto before, so it was a big change and I wanted to know more about this change in his life.” Continue reading Humans of Toronto — missing Chicago, loving T.O.
Who is your favourite teacher and why? “I’m new to FHCI so I don’t know many teachers, but I really like Mr. Lee and Ms. Roca and Ms Neumann and Ms. Ibe and I guess I like all of the teachers I have this semester because they’ve all helped me when I needed it and most of them are funny. Oh, also I really like … Continue reading Humans of FHCI – Dani Leite
Semi-Formal Photo Photobooth Pictures! Continue reading Semi-Formal Photobooth Pictures!
By Mia Brenner Do you have any funny holiday memories? Mady:” Last Christmas my cousin really wanted some ginger-ale and my Grandma always says soda. She was like’ oh Grandma do you have any ginger-ale’? My grandma was like ‘No sorry, I don’t have any’. And my cousin looks in the fridge and all that’s in there is ginger-ale. And she’s like ‘Grandma why didn’t … Continue reading Humans of FHCI: Anna and Mady
By Mia Brenner What are your plans for the holidays? Max: “Relax. Sleep, read a book or two, go out a bit.” Emerson: “I’ll work a couple more hours on my shift and then sleep as much as possible.” Do you have any new year resolutions? Emerson- “I don’t want to say them. I mean, focus more on school, get my G2, stuff like that.” … Continue reading Humans of FHCI: Max and Emerson