Book Review: Where’s the Truth in We Were Liars?

By Natasha Kangrga

“No one is a criminal; no one is an addict; and no one is a failure. The Sinclairs are athletic, tall, and good-looking”(p.3). But don’t let this apparent perfection deceive you.

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Tortured Dreams Pt 1

By Shelley Debartolo Campos

Ezekiel kidnaps people for money. Haru works tirelessly to support herself and her family.

One night Haru has to transfer money to her mom at a bank, but she gets lost and meets Ezekiel who’s running away from the police. He puts a knife to her throat.

Tortured Dreams is a story of crime and love, as Haru and Ezekiel face danger, murder, theft and an unlikely romance. Continue reading Tortured Dreams Pt 1

Richview’s Mental Health Assembly

By Abigail Marshall

May is the established National Mental Health Month, and this year the Mental Health club at Richview, run by Ms. Dougherty, arranged an assembly in honour of it. The assembly took place at 11:15 on Thursday, May 6th. The goal of the assembly was to bring attention to mental health and provide healthy ways to cope for those struggling with mental illness.

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Not All Men but 97% of Women

By Andrea Dovale-Puig

Being a feminist means you support the advocacy of women’s rights on the basis of equality of the sexes. In other words, it signifies that you believe that men and women should be treated equally in society and have the same opportunities. This all should sound reasonable to the decent person. So then why isn’t every person you know a feminist? 

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Television and The Pandemic

By Katherine Hunt

Television has changed a lot since its invention in the 1950s. It’s transitioned through technological changes of the times; going from black and white to colour, and from a big box that sat on the floor to a flat-screen that we hang on our walls. The technology is not the only thing that’s evolved, however, with the invention of streaming services like Netflix and Amazon the way we watch television has been fundamentally changed. 

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Book Review: Molly’s Game – Molly Bloom

By Ana Downes

Molly’s Game is a fascinating story. It is the autobiography of Molly Bloom, a woman whose story is incredible and inspiring. It details her life throughout the course of her astounding career running underground high-stakes poker games. Born into a family of competitive over-achievers with very high expectations, Molly and her siblings have been incredibly ambitious since childhood. Continue reading Book Review: Molly’s Game – Molly Bloom