The Future is Female; not to be interpreted to say men are the less significant gender, nor is it saying that women are the more significant gender, rather that women will no longer live in a male-dominated world. This phrase … Continue reading The Future is Female
We’ve all done it: asked to go get a drink from the water fountain, had one drink and then taken a leisurely stroll down the hallway for some time out of the classroom. I’m not sure about you, but whenever … Continue reading Top 5 Water Fountains at WCI
Between school, homework, and extracurriculars, it’s hard to find time for basic human needs. Students at WCI are strong academically, but these grades may be coming at a price. Are students raising their grades ethically? Are they cheating? Or are … Continue reading Sleep; the Real Reason You Aren’t Passing Your Classes
Following the conclusion of the school year, students across Canada make the transition from high school to postsecondary education. The overwhelming excitement of being independent and making new friends clouds our judgement as we leave home while there is a … Continue reading We Aren’t Ready
Finding inspiration to make a change in your community can take time, and it comes more naturally to some of us than others. For WCI’s own Kia Tagger, that passion stemmed from an early childhood friend who, at the age … Continue reading Spooky Tours
Now that first term marks and report cards are rolling out, many students are realizing that their grades aren’t what they expected. If your marks in the first term of this semester were subpar, don’t be too worried. There’s still … Continue reading Grade-Saving Tips
Extracurricular activities basically mean “activities supplementary to a course of study,” but I believe that they are essential to every student’s learning experience. Clubs allow students to explore their physical, creative, social, political, and career interests, with like-minded people. The … Continue reading Why You Should Be Involved: The Benefits of Extracurriculars
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
In early October, WCI held an indigenous awareness week. Various efforts were made around the school to honour this week, but a survey with the students of WCI revealed that it, despite these efforts, fell short. In an interview with … Continue reading Student Thoughts on WCI’s Indigenous Awareness Week
Quick and easy costume ideas for yourself and friends. You can find most of these costumes in your closet! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0suyPMUteM&feature=youtu.be Continue reading Last Minute Halloween Costume Ideas
On Friday, Oct. 20 FJORD TV published a video in progress containing critical remarks made about WCI spirit assemblies. The video was a component of a satirical comedy news program in the style of Last Week Tonight. We regret publishing … Continue reading Fjord TV Apology
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?
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