Tea sat on desk, ready to go, But thoughts churning like a washing machine set to slow. Pencil poised in an undecided hand, Oh how I wish I had something planned! Back and forth, side to side A cycle endless, and I’m the ride, Empty papers reflect my soul, A world away from a simple goal. Time ticks away, my tea grows cold, I fear … Continue reading A Writer’s Bane
With all the hype Stranger Things received this summer, it was hard to notice any other Netflix Original Series that were released around the same time. This is definitely the case for Netflix’s phenomenal, but significantly less popular show, The Get Down, a six episode series created by “Romeo + Juliet” director Baz Luhrmann. Netflix has become not just a widely popular streaming server, but … Continue reading The Get Down- Music, Youth, Hope.
Sitting at the table for the past three hours, and a blank page screaming at you to get your life together, to start writing already, was definitely not helping anyone calm down. Every time you put pen to paper, another project or problem would pop into your head, until you had assignments, people, places, dates, floating around, until all you could think about was slamming … Continue reading How to Conquer the Monster: Stress!
Rock, Paper, Scissors The classic game you have been playing since you were five. Bring the game to life by dressing up. Crayons You and your friends can pick your favorite colors and dress up as Crayola Crayons. This costume can be done with as many people as you want. You can get creative with this costume and go as a pack of rainbow crayons. … Continue reading 5 Group Halloween Costumes
Madeleine Kwan Tim Burton is back at it again with yet another dark and eerie movie, Miss. Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. This film was based roughly on the book series by Ransom Riggs of the same title. The movie aired on September 30th and had gotten a large 15.2M in box office, scoring second most successful box office movie in theatres … Continue reading Quite the Peculiar Movie
Emily Reynolds Drake’s ever-lasting love for Toronto, or “the 6”, was clear as day during his October 8th concert at the Air Canada Centre. Toronto’s beloved rapper had to cancel three shows on his Summer Sixteen Tour, including one in Toronto, due to an injured ankle. He managed, however, to hold it together for one show in his hometown. … Continue reading Welcome Home 6 God
Hear ye, hear ye! The 2015/2016 year has come to an end but we can’t leave without looking back on all of the great memories made through out the year! The success of Asylum the Richview’s drama production, the exciting events of Friday Night Lights, the first girls Friday Night Lights, the inside ride, the annual fiesta in the cafeteria, the New York trip, and … Continue reading That’s a Wrap!
How many movies have you seen where a main character is gay? How about bisexual? Surprisingly, most people don’t even know what bisexuality entails. It isn’t only the fault of the miseducation of the subject, but it is also the fault of media excluding diverse sexualities from the entertainment field. So, when Netflix starts recommending a film which includes exactly this, how could an LGBT+ … Continue reading “Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List” Movie Review
I love concerts. To me, there’s nothing better than seeing your favourite band come out on stage and being in the audience, dancing, singing and jamming out. I’m no professional concert-goer, really, but I think I’ve been to enough to share my personal advice and experience. Here are my personal tips for going to concerts that I’ve picked up over the years. Enjoy! Wear closed-toed … Continue reading Emily’s Concert Tips
Have you been wondering why teachers have become so lazy all of a sudden that they can’t even bring down the attendance? Why they refuse to write report card comments? Why we have had our late starts stolen from us? Some of it might be teachers slacking off, but in the bigger scheme of things, they are fighting for freedom. In short, teachers aren’t being … Continue reading No Attendance, No Voice