Here are some pictures from the Sr. Boys Volleyball season! Continue reading Sr. Boys Volleyball Pictures
Of all the questions I’ve encountered as a student at WCI, one of the most perplexing questions has been: what exactly is … Cow Club? Around March of last year, I began hearing whispers around the halls of WCI, about … Continue reading Cow(s and other Bovines) Club
Sabletine is a pastry and cake shop located on King Street South in Waterloo, just down the street from Uptown Waterloo. The owner, Kate Sauer, is proud to create authentic French pastries and cakes without the use of preservatives. Although … Continue reading Restaurant Review: Sabletine
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
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
WCI is known for having a club for anything and everything. Started by four senior girls, a new club is stepping into the spotlight. WCI is proud to offer a health science club, HOSA, to educate and prepare students to … Continue reading WCI’s New HOSA Club
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?
I’ll Give You The Sun by Jandy Nelson is a beautiful coming-of-age story centered on twins Jude and Noah Sweetwine throughout their formative, adolescent years. Written in the points of view of both people, Nelson makes readers feel incredibly connected … Continue reading Book Review: I’ll Give You The Sun by Jandy Nelson
Welcome back, flu season! It’s the time for coughs, chills, and sniffles. As a student it can be quite difficult to stay home for a sick day, so here are some things you can do to prevent and cure a … Continue reading Cure a Cold
At WCI, one of the most underappreciated fall sports is Cross Country (acronym XC). Contrary to popular belief, Cross Country is actually a riveting, highly competitive sport with stellar athletes in association. There have been standouts such as both Maddie … Continue reading Athlete Profile: Scott Arndt
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’?