Scuibblenaughts Unlimited Review

By Bryan Travers For those of you who don't know the backstory of these games allow me to explain: Scuibblenaughts Unlimited is the third game in the Scuibblenaughts franchise. The first game; simply titled "Scuibblenaughts" gained a lot of hype when it was first announced because it allowed the player to write any noun in … Continue reading Scuibblenaughts Unlimited Review

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The Inside Ride: Saints Raising Money for Kids with Cancer

Every year since 2010 Richview students and teachers have participated in the Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation's Inside Ride. This event is Canada's first indoor cycling challenge and fundraising event dedicated to raising monies in support of families and children with cancer. 100 % of all (receiptable) donations is distributed where the needs are … Continue reading The Inside Ride: Saints Raising Money for Kids with Cancer

Girls Who Are Playing In A Boy Dominated Sport

By Sierra Bein Kick flips, pop shuvs, varials and riding fakie are not the type of things that usually pop up in conversation between two girls. Aliya Bein and Savannah Bein, are definitely not ordinary girls. In grade 5, Savannah started skateboarding with CJ’s Skateboard Park and School which is owned by Jay Mandarino, president … Continue reading Girls Who Are Playing In A Boy Dominated Sport

Two Bands You Should Be Listening To

By Alexis Apostolidis Teen Dream – Beach House Beach House is a dream-pop band consisting of Alex Scally and Victoria Legrand. Teen Dream is their third album and it starts off with “Zebra” a catchy song with a calm positive feel. It’s a great spring time track. “Silversoul” is beachy and sounds a bit droned … Continue reading Two Bands You Should Be Listening To

April Buyout

By Sarah Krichel “The juniors were impressive, Elijah Miller went to work.” ​-Scott McInroy, Grade 12 Richview student ​Another Richview buyout, a success! It’s a Richview tradition to allow the students to buy their way out of class for the afternoon to watch and support their fellow Saints. Our students had the opportunity to witness … Continue reading April Buyout

GREEN DAY BOUNCES BACK FROM iHEARTRADIO INCIDENT

By Laura MacInnes-Rae After a dramatic lash-out from front man Billie Joe Armstrong in September at iHeartRadio; the postponement of Green Day’s 2013 tour was announced due to Armstrong’s rehabilitation admittance. However, just six months later, Green Day seems to have pulled it together again and has at last eased back into its familiar tour … Continue reading GREEN DAY BOUNCES BACK FROM iHEARTRADIO INCIDENT

Critique of the “The Host”, an unintentionally hilarious alien soap opera

By Hanna Hadzihasanovic Against my better judgement and knowledge of the disappointing Twilight series , I was convinced by my friends to go see 'The Host', a sci-fi flick based on Stephenie Meyer's book of the same title. I had previously read the book a couple of years ago, due to my adoration of science … Continue reading Critique of the “The Host”, an unintentionally hilarious alien soap opera