These cakes were designed and made by WCI’s grade 10 food classes this semester. Have a look at all the submissions then vote for which cake … Continue reading Cake Boss Competition
Growing up as a child living in Ontario, I’ve experienced firsthand the push for physically active lifestyles from the provincial government. We’ve all seen it. Whether it be the ads in our children’s television show commercials translating to ads on … Continue reading Organized Sports: The Unwritten Reality
A large amount of students after graduating high school choose to pursue further education by going to University or College. Universities and colleges are schools that help further develop specific knowledge that are essential for jobs. At WCI specifically, there … Continue reading In Debt and Full of Regret
As the school year continues overwhelming amounts of stress can start to cloud your brain. With an abundance of schoolwork and pressures to maintain high marks so you can get into university or show your parents a dazzling report card, … Continue reading How to Cope with Stress
“The Thrill of it All” was definitely a thrill. Sam Smith is back and better than ever. The last we heard from Sam Smith, aside from his album he dropped this week, was in 2014 with his hits, “Stay with Me,” … Continue reading Album Review: Sam Smith
Located in Downtown Kitchener directly across Charles St. Terminal is Cafe Pyrus. Cafe Pyrus has a wide array of options that are both tasty and well sourced. Pyrus takes a focus on providing food that is organic, local, and sustainable, … Continue reading Restaurant Review: Cafe Pyrus
Students nowadays are finding themselves with more responsibilities than ever before. With pressures to succeed in school as the marks they achieve will possibly affect the rest of their lives, holding a job can prove to be difficult. Teenagers need … Continue reading Having a Job While in School: Positive or Negative?
In the past few years here at WCI there has been a FAST decrease when it comes to the student body’s interest in spirit assemblies. For reasons such as the booing ban, exclusive groups in spirit videos, and the overall … Continue reading Has WCI Found It’s Spirit?
At WCI, when you think of school spirit you probably think about sports. In particular, football. Battle of Waterloo is a timeless tradition at our school. The staff and students of WCI all come together to watch and support the Boys … Continue reading Do We Need a New ‘Battle’?
Dear United States of America, On September 28th, 2017, a man by the name of Stephen Paddock checked into room 32135 at the Mandalay Bay Hotel. From his room on the 32nd floor of the hotel, he had a clear … Continue reading Dear America
If you were a grade 9 involved with grad buddies please fill out this short survey for future reference. Grad Buddies (Grade 9) If you were a grad involved with grad buddies please fill out this short survey for future … Continue reading Grad Buddies survey
Commencement is a time when graduates come together one last time to say goodbye. It is built up to be one of the biggest events in your high school experience. This year’s edition did not live up to the hype. An … Continue reading Commencement 2016
Is a male dressing up as a female for laughs something that should’ve ended a long time ago? For those who aren’t familiar with the term “transgender”, they are people who have a gender identity, or gender expression, that differs … Continue reading Think First