“I didn’t want to just help Muslims,” Ayana said. “I wanted to stop discrimination for all groups of people.”
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.
Christmas, to me, has nothing to do with Christianity. It barely has anything to do with Santa Clause, either.
On Tuesday, December 1st, WCI held this year’s Regional Senior Debate finals, where five schools attended to compete for the top three spots in order to advance to the provincial competition. WCI sent four teams to the competition, and first and second place went to two WCI teams.
For this artist spotlight, FJORD is featuring an actor, Brandon K., a grade 12 student at WCI. In the past twelve months, Brandon has auditioned for four different plays and gotten a leading role in all of them.
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.
“I realised it was less of a homework assignment and more of a personal challenge,” Julien S explained. “It’s mostly for the experience of writing in a group setting. NaNoWriMo isn’t that unique of a challenge, but it provides a feeling of community.”
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.
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.