A look at WCI’s Mental Health Week Continue reading WCI Mental Health Week 2017
WCI’s very own, Ken Gao, had one of his new singles featured yesterday morning on CBC Radio One. The song is an original called “I’m Yours”and features another WCI student, Jacquelyn Morley, on vocals. In a brief interview, Ken told Fjord … Continue reading WCI Musician, Ken Gao, Featured on CBC Radio One
Post-secondary education is a time consuming, stressful, and financially draining part of most young adult’s lives. One of the biggest struggles of applications and tuitions to the countless university and college as the expenses are high for each school. However, … Continue reading Scholarships: Top 5
These are all examples of “distracting, immodest or unsafe clothing and will not be permitted”. – WCI Dress Code Policy. Do you agree? NO spaghetti strap NO bare midriffs NO shorts that are too short NO sheer clothing NO hats … Continue reading WCI Dress Code Infractions
A part of living in Canada is dealing with the weather that comes along during the winter. It isn’t always safe to get to school by car or buses so the school board decides to either delay buses, cancel buses … Continue reading School Closures- WEATHER or Not to Stay Open
With the spirit election coming to an end, many are wondering who will be declared the new Spirit Directors of Waterloo Collegiate Institute. Here are a list of the candidates that you will be able to vote. Chloe Jin … Continue reading Who will be the new Spirit Directors??!
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
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
Adam Piazza is a well-rounded Viking athlete who prides himself on his height and stellar skills. Throughout his 5 years at WCI, Adam has been on 11 teams overall and has contributed a lot to this school sports system. In … Continue reading Athlete of the Week: Adam Piazza
First steps are always tough. Escaping from war, saying goodbye to family and friends, leaving hometowns and starting a new life. Newcomers feel nervous and anxious with several expectations about how life could be in Canada. From living in a unfamiliar place, to struggling … Continue reading The Newcomer’s Experience
Have you ever been running late and didn’t have time for breakfast? If so you may have been feeling not so prepared for the day. Nutrition for Learning is a program run every morning within our school and many others … Continue reading Nutrition for Learning: Is it Being Exploited?