By Lauren Olszaniecki
Richview’s 2021 SAC Elections were executed in a fairly entertaining, yet disappointing series of blunders. In fact, Richview may have ended up without an SAC this year, if not for the *rumoured* actions of one electoral candidate… Thankfully, though, our school administration was eventually able to run the vote… by Google Form.
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By Eden Nath
Hello Richview! The student council is looking great this year and with Covid restrictions lifting bit by bit, we might be able to have some great in-person events! I got a chance to speak with this year’s grade 10 representative, Samantha Chin, who gave us some intel on how the student council is looking and what some of their great plans are.
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By Shabahat-Noor Husnain
When you open social media today, your feed is swarmed with posts, stories, celebrities and hashtags – all shedding light on the ethnic cleansing Israel is inflicting onto the Palestinian people. This imposition on human rights is something I care very deeply about and you should too. This isn’t about religion. This present-day apartheid is a reflection of our governments, the United Nations and everyone who chooses to stay silent or neutral on a literal genocide.
Continue reading “What’s Happening in Palestine”
By Katherine Hunt
After four days of waiting, on Saturday, November 7th, the election was called in favour of former vice-president Joseph R. Biden, making him the 46th President of the United States of America.
The long-awaited conclusion to this election has sparked joy across the United States. Videos from places like Pennsylvania, Georgia, New York, and Washington D.C. have shown people flooding the streets, cheering and waving flags. Many people are relieved because of this historic win, excitement reflected across the country. Continue reading The 2020 Election
By Mona Urata
On September 14th, Paris Hilton, heiress and proto-influencer, released a documentary entitled “This is Paris” on YouTube, tackling her fame and the persona she has played for over 2 decades. However, at the heart of her documentary lies the trauma imprinted on her at Provo Canyon school when she was a teenager. Paris has paved the way for other victims to speak up about the abuse experienced at for-profit remote boarding schools known as the “troubled teen” industry. Continue reading The “Troubled Teen” Industry
By Noor Rashid
As students, we’ve watched from the sidelines as decision-makers debate the future of education during COVID. Over the summer, everyone was talking about the fate of the 2020-21 academic year. Some students prepared to go to university, while younger public school students waited to hear any information at all.
Continue reading “Two-Tiered Education During a Pandemic”
By Abigail Marshall
On October 7th, 2020, Colin Renaud, a 15-year old boy who attends Villa Maria College in Montreal, wore a skirt to school in protest of sexist dress codes, toxic masculinity, and the rule requiring skirts to be a maximum of 10 centimetres above the knee.
Continue reading “Quebec Dress Code Protests”
By Jasmine Miljure
For the three weeks before winter break, there have been three one day strikes that took place across multiple school boards. All students and teachers have been affected and there is still a looming uncertainty pertaining to what is to happen in the future. Continue reading “Three strikes you’re out?”
By Madeleine Cho
Before reading this article read: Indigenous Voices: The First Encounter
“They invoked their Doctrine of Discovery. Everything has led us to what we live with today. Trauma, identity issues, loss of culture and language, and land disputes.”
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By Jasmine Miljure
On Monday, November 4th, 2019, a TDSB wide “cellphone ban” was placed in effect. Everyone knows that it’s ridiculous and a waste of time and effort. Why? One reason: nothing happened. Continue reading “The Phony Phone Ban”