Call Me By Your Name is a beautiful and heartbreaking novel that explores the thin line between lust and love and the ways in which human desire remains fundamentally the same throughout time. The novel was written by Andre Aciman, … Continue reading Call Me By Your Name by Andre Aciman
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
Rupi Kaur is a Punjabi/Canadian poet and writer who has garnered fame and popularity over the past couple of years after her first book, “milk and honey”, sold over 1 million copies after just one year and remained at the … Continue reading The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur
Do you watch anime? Are you interested in various aspects of Japanese culture? Of course! That’s why you should check out WCI’s Anime Club! Gathering on Thursdays after school in the Co-op room, Anime Club invites students who are interested in … Continue reading Who’s Down for Some Anime ?!
The Battle of Waterloo has been built up to be one of the biggest and most important events of the school year. The whole school is dismissed from their classes to attend an assembly to get everyone “hyped” for the … Continue reading Is Football the Right Sport to Represent our School?
Minutes away from Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Waterloo, is CTRL V, a recently opened arcade with a modern twist. This arcade was created by Laurier alumnus Robert Bruski and his partners, Ryan Brooks and James Elligson who … Continue reading Canada’s First Virtual Reality Arcade?
Located on an offshoot off of Hazel, Bao Sandwich Bar offers a modern approach to very diverse array of asian cuisines. Specializing on their Vietnamese sandwiches … Continue reading Bao Sandwich Bar
With both feet in the new year we highlight some of the bests from 2015. Continue reading A Look Back at Entertainment from 2015
If you don’t have a car and have needed to use public transit to get around Kitchener-Waterloo (KW), you will know it’s a long process, depending on where you need to get to, and after a couple transfers you might still end up … Continue reading More Than a Question of Cost: Uber vs Taxi
Located in the heart of Waterloo and between two universities, WCI is surrounded by a vast selection of dining opportunities ranging from fast food to upscale restaurants. Finding a healthy, inexpensive option can sometimes be a challenge. Continue reading WCI Poll: Healthy and Affordable Lunch Options at your Convenience
What’s important to remember is that Concept is more than just a play. While the drama is important, a significant part of the runtime is devoted to dance and live music. These performances did not disappoint, lending a fantastic amount of energy to the show. Continue reading Concept 2015: Good Fun, Great Music
“It’s the serving of the client that actually comes many times before us making a sale. It’s important. We feel that we have this responsibility to educate and serve the population.” Continue reading Local Conversations: Bob Egan of Bob’s Guitar Service
Not only are these TV shows perfect for you because there’s something for everyone, but they are also worth watching because of the types of stories they tell and the different people groups they include. Continue reading 4 TV Shows You Could Be Watching
MacAdams expressed an underlying principle of their business: “We’re a specialty shop, we aim to be the best at what we do.” Continue reading Local Conversations: Ryan MacAdam of Folkway Music
With elections fast approaching, and opinion polls cropping up at every turn telling us to vote for one candidate or another, it is important to remember one case that shows how these polls can sometimes be misleading. Continue reading Data Management: From Politics to Poker