Many who go on the annual American history trip to Washington, D.C. come home saying that it is one of the best memories from their time at WCI.
As the last leaves fall from their trees, and the winter frost start to creep in, it is evident that the fall sports season has ended, and the winter season is beginning. Before we move on to the winter sports season let’s take a look back on 2015 fall teams.
Bengali immigrant Dazana H. recently took time out of her studies to speak with the FJORD about how being a young immigrant has affected both the opportunities she is given and her mindset towards others now.
There’s no use complaining, so might as well suit up in your fifth-year sweats and make the most of it.
While Black Friday may be the best opportunity to buy gifts for the upcoming holidays or score that perfect deal you’ve been waiting for, customers must think carefully before participating.
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.
After five days of voting, the 2015 Cake Boss Challenge poll is now closed and the results are in. The Sponge Bob cake, created by a group of grade 10 girls, came out on top with 50% of the total votes. Surf’s Up was a distant second with nearly 13% and D’oh took third place with just over 10% of the votes.
The dress code is inconsistent and lacks detail. People at school get “busted” for dress code violations frequently. Maybe students need to have more information in order to follow the rules more closely.
In this video we interviewed three WCI teachers to get a closer look at the people behind the profession. But first, we interviewed several students about how they view teachers in general.
This past Thursday, Waterloo Collegiate was met with the news that November 28th’s performance of the variety show, Concept, would be cancelled as a result of ongoing labour negotiations between the Ontario Public School Boards Association (OPSBA) and the Custodial and Maintenance Association (CAMA).
“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.”
With Concept 2015 right around the corner, and ticket sales already under way, we took a look at the Drama section of the production–specifically, the five main characters acting in this year’s espionage-themed Concept show.
You may be thrilled to leave your boring hometown behind, or you may fear change and the idea of moving on. Whatever your emotion may be, you must know how to be prepared for the transition.