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The One and Only Day of Pink

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

Which shade of PINK are you?

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

Day of Pink: Did you know?

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

Throwback to FHCI Day of Pink 2015

           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

Day of Pink: Why we celebrate it

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.