By: Daria Draskovic Winter is here, meaning the holidays are coming! When many people think of the word “holidays”, more widespread and widely known ones such as Christmas usually come to mind. However, at this time of year, there are so many more multicultural holidays that many of us don’t know about! Here are just … More 5 Multicultural Holidays That You Might Not Know About
It’s getting colder outside and winter is on its way! Find out how well you know this freezing season by taking the quiz below!
By: Zoe Ermatinger DISCLAIMER: THIS ARTICLE IS SUPPOSED TO HELP YOU UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU ARE GOING THROUGH AND FIND WAYS TO COPE. THIS IS NOT AN EXCUSE TO SELF DIAGNOSE OR SELF MEDICATE. Seasonal affective depression (SAD), or seasonal depression, is a type of depression that is related to seasonal change. In more often cases, … More What is Seasonal Depression and How Can You Handle It?
By: Gefen Selchen The poem titled The Night Before Christmas, also known as Twas The Night Before Christmas, and A Visit from St. Nicholas, is largely known to have been written by Clement Clarke Moore. However, what you might not have known, is that not everyone believes Moore to be the true author. The origin … More The Mystery Behind Who Really Wrote This Famous Christmas Poem
By: Eray Tanburoglu As the holidays approach, it is always good to plan ahead and get things to do during the holidays. That could be buying tickets for a new movie, buying a new puzzle to finish, or, the most popular of all, playing Monopoly. Well, I can’t give you guys any of those, however, … More Holiday Crossword Puzzle
By: Nicholas Pope The holidays are almost here and I for one can’t wait! When I think about holidays, a ton of different ideas float into my mind ever so freely, remembering what they’re all about. If I’m going to be 100 percent honest, it sometimes excites me more than anyone could ever imagine with … More Things to Do During the Holidays!
By: Molly Singer Scorpios are born from October 23 to November 21. Here are some facts about them!
By: Brooke Mirabella What grades are you in? Both: “11.” How long have you known each other? Evan: “Since SK, kindergarten.” Dan: “Yeah, kindergarten at Holy Blossom.” How did you become friends? Dan: “Our cubbies in our kindergarten class were next to each other because our last names are close together so we started talking … More Humans of FHCI (Best Friend Edition): Dan Isenberg and Evan Kerzner
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By: Kyle Williams Having been teaching for over a decade now, I got to sit down with FHCI’s math teacher Ms. Matte. Continue reading and you’ll find a lot of interesting things about Ms. Matte and her love for the students at FHCI, plus she’s an amazing baker! (Want proof? Ask our VP Mr. Ghassibe) … More Teachers Of FHCI: Ms. Matte
By: Brooke Mirabella – What grade are you in? “Grade 11.” – Are you happy to be back at school? Why? “Yeah kind of. I like school but I do miss online school because I had a nice routine going on and its kinda hard to stay motivated. I do like seeing my friends and … More Humans of FHCI: Emmy Pressman
By: Dani Zeiler With Halloween coming up, friends and family are making plans to celebrate. Many people are trick or treating, decorating their house, and going to (socially distanced) parties. It is quite cold though, and a popular alternative to going out is watching a horror or thriller movie for Halloween. For all the people … More Top five not-scary movies for Halloween
By: Molly Singer Have fun finding the words in this spooky word search!
By: Gefen Selchen The holiday we now know as Halloween has quite an interesting history. Its origins date back to the 9th and 10th centuries when a festival called Samhain was commonly celebrated in the area that is now Ireland, the United Kingdom, and northern France. Samhain is believed to have Celtic pagan origins and … More The History of Halloween
By: Molly Singer Spooky season is around the corner, and the best way to celebrate is with some not-so-scary treats! Here are some recipes you can try: Pumpkin Bars Spooky Chocolate Cookies Peanut Butter Spider Cookies Halloween Macarons Chocolate Chip Sprinkle Brownies Skeleton Sugar Cookies Mummy Pumpkin Hand Pies Coffin Sandwich Cookies Hats and Bats … More Top 10 Halloween Baking Recipes
By: Nicholas Pope Halloween 2021! As you might or might not know, Halloween is just around the corner, closer to us thanever before! People are going to dress up in costumes, snacks are going to be shared far andwide and it’s going to be a great time no matter how you look at it. Sure, … More Halloween Costumes for This Year!
By: Emily Lindzon Minutes into his new Netflix special, The Closer, Dave Chapelle follows an antisemitic joke with the words “it’s gonna get worse than that.” Oh boy, did it get worse than that. After sitting through a confusing hour of hateful ‘comedy’, I feel the need to break down some especially problematic aspects of … More OPINION: Punching Down: Why Dave Chappelle’s The Closer is Worse Than You Think
By: Kyle Williams TORONTO – It was recently Orange Shirt day, and it came to my attention how little orange shirts were worn during such an important day. Even I myself was not aware to wear an orange shirt despite the multiple announcements at school in the past days. Also, my attention span, that of … More OPINION: The Problem with Orange Shirt Day, and Why No One Takes It Seriously (and how to fix it)