Watch this video by Daer Ding and Spencer Spiegelman:
By Gabe Nisker I get to school. It’s loud. Music blares. It hurt my eyes. So much pink. It might hurt for you to read this. So many short sentences. Anyways, Day of Pink was today. That’s April 12th, for those of you reading this
A inspiring comic strip about Day of Pink
by Julia Reinstien You hear a friend of yours say “that’s so gay”, you: (a) Call her out, it’s rude to use someone’s orientation as an insult (b) Suggest a new word she could use instead, “gay” isn’t the same as “bad” (c) Explain why
Although FHCI is notorious for lacking spirit, there is one day each year that unites our school and brings out the spirit of each student and faculty member. This day is known as Day of Pink: the international day against bullying, discrimination, homophobia, transphobia, and
Hey Forest Hill! For THIS WEEK ONLY, our school’s Social Action Club is running a clothing drive for Syrian refugees who have recently arrived in Toronto. The goal of the campaign is to collect new and gently used clothing for New Circles in Toronto (http://newcircles.ca/).
Student Council, Prefects, GSA and Craft Club are hard at work preparing FHCI’s annual Day of Pink – April 13th!
By: Lorena Baston On average, 64% of the victims have been bullied at school. The rate of discrimination experienced among students who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans-identified, Two-Spirited, Queer or Questioning (LGBTQ) is three times higher than heterosexual youth. On average, girls are more
It has become an annual tradition to celebrate the International Day of Pink here at FHCI. Last year, our school demonstrated strong and impressive spirit at the big event. An official ceremony was held in our gymnasium and was attended by
By: Janet Chukwu Last year, Forest Hill Collegiate had the privilege of working with the Toronto Police to create an amazing Day of Pink event. The school showed exceptional school spirit, with the entire school dressing in pink for the special day.
Dear Students and Staff of Forest Hill Collegiate Institute, We are thrilled to share the release of the 2016 Winter Edition of the Golden Falcon Online Newspaper with you! We would like to thank our hardworking and talented contributors and editors for all of the
By Austin Kranc 1. Why do students become uncouth on weekends? Because they have no class. 2. Why do science students work best together? Because they have chemistry. 3. Why did the student break his carrot in half at 11:45 AM? Because it was lunch
Janet Chukwu, Caterina Vescio and Adnan Saoud Students may find it hard to get through another semester of school, especially right after they have written final examinations. Students may have had a rough first semester, and have no motivation to complete another 5 months of
By Samara Silver “I was riding across the open countryside and a Canadian film crew spotted me and filmed me for a documentary that later aired on CBC.” This is one of many of Hy Burstein’s incredible stories through his life journey. Hy, a man
By Riley Koltun “Moving to a completely different country is quite a drastic change, everything you knew, all that was familiar, near and dear to your heart will be nothing but memories.” Forest Hill CI welcomes new student Sigi Buzi all the way from Albania
By Tyler Burstein The best basketball players playing today are in no way “small”. Using their skill plus their intimidating size, players such as LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers have and amazing set of skills, but it also helps when your 6 foot 6
By: Maria Pletneva
Ethan Levy and Emma Albaum How long have you two been dating? Emma: “3 months.” What’s your favourite thing about Ethan? Emma: “He drives me around.” What’s your favourite thing about Emma? Ethan: “She makes me food.” Tell me something interesting about your relationship. Ethan: