You’ll have your entire life to drive fast and make questionable decisions. If there was ever a time to be patient, your first trip in the family mini-van certainly seems like a promising candidate.
MacAdams expressed an underlying principle of their business: “We’re a specialty shop, we aim to be the best at what we do.”
“Battle represented the competitiveness and putting schools against each other, whereas spirit includes everyone and is more about the school spirit. Essentially, Battle is the game and Spirit is the event.”
Even though my last Spirit of Waterloo would at first seem like a night ruined by Mother Nature, the game was so close and the crowd so persevering, it would most certainly be a memorable one.
“There are people dying in the world for this right and we have it.”
These are photographs from the Waterloo Collegiate Girls’ Field Hockey final game against Bluevale Collegiate.
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.
In “Around The World At WCI,” our goal is to showcase different cultures and the diversity at our school. This is an introduction to our features.
Below are the results of the mock election that occurred last Friday and the real election that occurred yesterday.
Stonewall sounds like the sort of movie that should be highly regarded and embraced by the LGBT community. So why was it not only a box office bomb, but boycotted by the online community?
Last Wednesday, WCI students of all grades and political stripes gathered in the school’s auditorium to hear federal candidates for the Waterloo riding debate issues relevant to young Canadians.
With October 19 fast approaching, the local candidates were taking every possible opportunity to try to gain voters and sway the undecided by promoting their campaigns and voicing their parties’ platforms.
In this episode of Viking Polls, we take a look at how much students and staff at WCI know about the federal election.
Maybe it’s just a product of my uneventful year in highschool, but I get the feeling that every time I am roped into even the most casual of conversations, the topic invariably turns to politics. Either that or the Blue Jays.