Submit your creative writing to the “First Page” student writing challenge! Continue reading Info Post – The “First Page” Student Writing Challenge Is Open For Submissions!
Hi Richview Peeps,
The CCGSD (Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity) is offering livestreamed equity programming and free conferences that might be exciting additions to your classes (Queer History anyone?!) Check out the dates and times below, but you can also contact them to arrange a time/date that works for you. See contact info below.
Ms. RomanoContinue reading “Info Post – Learning Livestreams With CCGSD And More!”
By Lia Marchione
Halloween: the most iconic time of the year, and the only day of the year where taking candy from strangers is an acceptable activity to take part in. This year, the day of spooks and candy falls on a Saturday, which adds to the beautiful irony that is the year 2020. Of course, the best part of Halloween isn’t spending time with your friends or dressing up, although those are great. It also isn’t walking kilometers around your neighborhood peering judgmentally at people’s houses to see if they will grace you with the one thing everyone is actually here for. The best part is the candy.Continue reading “Top 10 Best Halloween Candy — Ranked By Me (Whose Opinion Is Infinitely More Valid Than Yours, Therefore I Am 100% Correct)”
By Imani King
As the temperature slowly decreases, and sunny days are making less and less of an appearance, people are being forced to ditch the shorts and dresses and bring out their fall looks. As a result, I took a deep dive into various social media platforms and designer webpages to find the hottest trends for the 2020 chilly season and deliver them to you.Continue reading “Autumn Fashion Trends 2020”
A compilation of resources for teachers, parents, students and anyone interested in learning how to unlearn racism and colonialism, and take action for justice.
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By Christina Dinh
I’m in a slump, an extremely long slump. I find myself longing for a past version of myself that had the motivation and inspiration to regularly write. It’s like I have a creative block I can’t get over. I’ve rewritten this article 3 times and I’m ready to give up. Resign to a life of nothingness, void of creativity. Yet, here I am, still trying to write this stupid article. Continue reading “An Extremely Long Slump”
By Brock McPherson
One of the most iconic vehicles in film history is the Batmobile, there’s no denying that. A problem does arise, however from its 50 year history on screen, and that problem is that there have been four different live-action Batmobiles, all completely different. (Note: The Keaton/Kilmer/Clooney Batmobiles will be treated as a set) A group of people could talk about “The Batmobile” and all be thinking of different cars. So, the reasonable thing to do is see which one would win in a race. I’ll be doing this by comparing the power and weight of each to see which has the best ratio. Continue reading “Battle of the Batmobiles”
By Brock McPherson
Harley Davidson has been around since 1907 and they’re indisputably an American icon. Their badge is instantly recognizable to just about anybody in the English-speaking world, despite the fact that their sales have been on the decline for a while. Continue reading “The Slow Death of Harley Davidson”
By Brock McPherson
Top Fuel drag racing is a crazy world. For those uninitiated, in a drag race, two vehicles line up and see who can complete a quarter mile in less time. It’s practically an American tradition at this point, having been massively popular since the hot rodding scene of the 1950s. It makes sense, that some would take it more seriously than others. The fastest and most dangerous level of drag racing is Top Fuel. Continue reading “An Introduction to Nitromethane”
To all those interested, check out this opportunity further with this link! http://edu.yorku.ca/?slides=black-poetry-recitation-contest Continue reading Black Poetry Recitation Contest