This past Wednesday, just over 40 Senior Orchestra musicians boarded a bus to head to MusicFest Nationals in Ottawa, ready to compete in the national music … Continue reading WCI Wins Gold at MusicFest
“Living in Southwestern Ontario, we are often not exposed to the perspectives of the other provinces, and through this simulation, students can get a greater understanding of what it means to be Canadian, coast to coast.” Continue reading WCI Set for Fed Prov 2016
This year’s ABCD speeches had a clear prevailing theme: how to include the wide range of diverse voices around our school. However, each candidate had a different idea of how to achieve this inclusion, while trying to make individual connections … Continue reading Highlights and Results from the ABCD Election Week
Lockers and walls plastered with colourful posters can feel overwhelming, especially when combined with mobs of friendly campaigners appealing to your school spirit with tiny, wrapped candies and chocolate. It’s easy for the information about who to vote for and how to vote to get lost in the bustle. Continue reading WCI Poll: Your Guide to the ABCD Elections
To get to know the mayoral candidates, FJORD contributors Emily Nighman and Kate Schneider asked them some questions about themselves and their campaigns. Continue reading Getting to Know Your Mayoral Candidates
To investigate if ABCD’s negative reputation is grounded in fact, FJORD interviewed five past and eight current ABCD members, as well as several teachers. Whether anonymous or named, interviewees shared both positive and negative aspects of the group and many suggested areas for improvement. Continue reading ABCD: Investigating the Tradition
A stunningly accurate replica of Waterloo Collegiate in Minecraft, built by former WCI students, has been shared on YouTube. Continue reading WCI Alumni Build Replica of School in Minecraft
It’s safe to say that most people break their New Year’s resolutions within a few weeks (maybe even a few days) of making them. Continue reading Being Realistic for the New Year
Our society constantly feels the urge to label people. Often, we are forced to sort ourselves into two groups based on gender on government forms, sports teams, and of course, when it comes to public washrooms. Continue reading “It’s Freedom”: Gender Neutral Washrooms at WCI
The ensembles and orchestras that make up the WCI music department will be in full force this Thursday, December 10th, performing two mid-day concerts as well as the traditional evening feature at 7pm. Continue reading Winter Music Night Includes Mid-Day Concerts This Year
Here is a selection of pictures highlighting the music program at WCI this Fall. Continue reading Music Department Photos
Vote for the entrepreneurial group you thought created the best product for the best price. Continue reading WCI Poll: Who Won the Entrepreneurial Challenge?
For this artist spotlight, FJORD is featuring an actor, Brandon K., a grade 12 student at WCI. In the past twelve months, Brandon has auditioned for four different plays and gotten a leading role in all of them. Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Brandon K.
While Black Friday may be the best opportunity to buy gifts for the upcoming holidays or score that perfect deal you’ve been waiting for, customers must think carefully before participating. Continue reading WCI Poll: Think Before You Buy on Black Friday
This past Thursday, Waterloo Collegiate was met with the news that November 28th’s performance of the variety show, Concept, would be cancelled as a result of ongoing labour negotiations between the Ontario Public School Boards Association (OPSBA) and the Custodial and Maintenance Association (CAMA). Continue reading Weekend Performance Cancelled Amidst Custodial Job Action