Lockers and walls plastered with colourful posters can feel overwhelming, especially when combined with mobs of friendly campaigners appealing to your school spirit with tiny, wrapped candies and chocolate. It’s easy for the information about who to vote for and how to vote to get lost in the bustle.
To get to know the mayoral candidates, FJORD contributors Emily Nighman and Kate Schneider asked them some questions about themselves and their campaigns.
Since this past fall, WCI administration has begun to gradually shut down the recycling program, a move that puts our designation as an EcoSchool at risk of being revoked.
Building connections within the school and with the outside community seemed to be a common theme during the night.
It’s safe to say that most people break their New Year’s resolutions within a few weeks (maybe even a few days) of making them.
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.
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.
WCI, along with community partners, aims to raise over $30,000 to support a refugee family from Syria for one year.
Vote for the entrepreneurial group you thought created the best product for the best price.
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.
Society may push students towards STEM because people believe the arts are irrelevant, but there will forever be a demand for artists: we will always need books to fill our libraries, paintings to fill our museums, music to fill our ears.
MacAdams expressed an underlying principle of their business: “We’re a specialty shop, we aim to be the best at what we do.”