This year, WCI attended the Model United Nations, hosted at Waterloo’s Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) on December 11, and came out having the most awards of any school in the competition.
As the season for giving comes to an end at WCI, it is clear that the tradition of giving is still strong.
Our society constantly feels the urge to label people. Often, we are forced to sort ourselves into two groups based on gender on government forms, sports teams, and of course, when it comes to public washrooms.
To keep spirits high, here are eight fun ideas the whole family can do over the holidays.
We interviewed a few students about their holiday traditions.
Here are some photos of the senior girls’ volleyball team’s season so far.
Check out photos from the first game of the Jacob Ranton Memorial Tournament.
Students from every corner of the school put together two assemblies to inspire the student body to participate in WCI’s sponsorship of a Syrian refugee family.
Christmas, to me, has nothing to do with Christianity. It barely has anything to do with Santa Clause, either.
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.
In comparison with Canada, Sweden, with a population of 9.5 million and its total of 78,000 refugees, is proportionally taking on approximately 11 times more refugees than Canada.
“Whether it was being the guy anyone could turn to if they needed help or advice, or whether it was charitable work through student council, Jacob was there.”
Senior students are on high alert as stress levels sky rocket with the pressure of applying to colleges and universities with the best marks possible.
The open mic is an invitation for any students with an affinity for the performance arts to share their craft with a fresh audience.