Three more looks to inspire your winter outfits, modeled by Nicki Aye. Continue reading Winter Lookbook 2017
A healthy lunch is essential to any growing teen’s body but it’s often hard to prepare a lunch everyday. Many turn to the local businesses for food every day, which can quickly cause a dent to your pocket. Here are … Continue reading How to: Student Lunch
A new petition has been created by the Social Innovation Club to remove the Hat Ban at Waterloo Collegiate Institute. The petition is a result of Social Innovation Club observing the many signs of student dissatisfaction over the no hat … Continue reading Petition to Remove Hat Ban
Currently subscribed at over seventy five students spanning three different classrooms, American History is a course that enables students to push their horizons past the aspect of the Canadian culture. As a course that does not require a lot of memorization, it … Continue reading You Like Trips, Eh?
We all know that when students get in trouble they go to the principal or vice principal’s office to discuss their wrongdoings. But what happens to teachers? Can they get in trouble too? Teachers work for a union that can … Continue reading Can Teachers Get Punished Too?
Craig Nickel is head of the Student Activities department and a guidance counsellor at Waterloo Collegiate Institute, but to many he is also a friend. This week Mr. Nickel will begin to spend less time at WCI as he will … Continue reading Mr. Nickel to Coach UW Women’s Basketball Team
Mr.Chapman, our new vice principal is a friendly and easily approachable person, He graduated from teacher’s college in 2001, he has taught in two provinces: … Continue reading Meet the Educator: Mr. Chapman
Meeting on Thursdays after school in room 218, WCI’s Robotics Club invites students who have a drive for innovation and are interested in the application of engineering and technology to solve tasks. The club’s leader’s, Nick Pfieifle and Kevin Zhou, … Continue reading Club of the Week: Robotics