Nineteen year old Ashley B., also known by her stage name Blaze Flames, has been song writing since she was in grade 8. Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Ashley B.
“Aren’t you that new Muslim kid? Well, I don’t like brown people at my table, so I mean, if you could get up and start walking, that would be cool.” Continue reading Social Experiment Tests WCI’s Acceptance of Diversity
Look Mom, I got a tattoo! It was for a good cause, I swear… Continue reading Henna Hands Are Helping Hands
Since childhood, my desperate attempts to have a “perfect” body changed just as rapidly as the images in the media did. Continue reading Body Image: Healthy or Manipulated?
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. Continue reading Redefining Culture: Bengali Style
“You know, our teachers were right. They said to listen. And today we have a Prime Minister that’s saying ‘Let’s listen to Canadians’… to serve in [their] best interest,” said Chagger during her visit to WCI. Continue reading Hometown Hero Bardish Chagger Visits Alma Mater: WCI
Damla Y, a grade 12 student at WCI reflects on her life as a young immigrant to Canada. She recalls the vibrant bustling streets of Turkey, much different from those of Kitchener-Waterloo. Continue reading Tales from Turkey
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. Continue reading Cultural Mosaic Teams Up with Around The World At WCI In All New Power Duo