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
Battle of Waterloo, the age-old tradition at WCI, is a huge event that is celebrated annually. It is an event that has been going on for as long as I can remember and is valued by staff and students alike. … Continue reading Battle of Waterloo 2017
A look at WCI’s Mental Health Week Continue reading WCI Mental Health Week 2017
Highlights from Fast for Freedom 2017! Continue reading Fast For Freedom 2017!!!
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??!
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
Commencement, the event that concludes our four year long journey through high school. The highly anticipated event all parents and high school students look forward to. At Waterloo Collegiate Institute commencement occurs in November the following year of high school, … Continue reading The Inconvenient Commencement
The brash sounds of the band danced with the mellifluous harmonies of the orchestra as the WCI Senior Symphony played with Cameron Heights Collegiate Institute’s symphony on April 20. Together they performed “The Raiders’ March” from Indiana Jones and the … Continue reading WCI Plays at Cameron Concert
Without sufficient time or any spotlight devoted to the issues at hand, WCI might not be able to maintain its Eco Gold status this year. Continue reading Earth Week Gets Overshadowed
“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
In 2010, the Canadian Cancer Society estimated that “2 out of 5 Canadians (45% of men and 42% of women) are expected to develop cancer during their lifetimes.” It is safe to say that, according to this statistic, the majority … Continue reading Cailyn H.: A Fighting Spirit
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
Picture this: 40 musicians playing ultimate frisbee in the snow… with a purple unicorn. That unicorn is more commonly known as Mr. Piché, the head of … Continue reading Unicorn Sighted at WCI Music Retreat