The Slow Death of Harley Davidson

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”

An Introduction to Nitromethane

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”

Indigenous Voices: Doctrine of Discovery

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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The Phony Phone Ban

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”

Richview Remembers

By Christina Dinh

November 11th, Richview held its Remembrance Day assembly. The assembly started off with introductions from hosts, Sarah Abbott and Malachi Fatogun. 

Richview holds the assembly every year, but the focus this year in particular was on the experiences of soldiers during the second world war and the discrimination many of them fought after they returned home.

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Don’t Believe What You See

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Everyday, Little by Little

By Anonymous Continue reading “Everyday, Little by Little”

Indigenous Voices: The First Encounter

By Madeleine Cho

When most of us think of the first European and Indigenous encounter, often we think of the European perspective of the whole affair. There is nothing wrong with this, not at all, but we must remember that to each human encounter, there are at least two sides to the story. In this case, it is the First Nations people and the Europeans. The reason for this column is to bring awareness of the past, present, and future from the perspective of Indigenous people.

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Best Buddies Halloween Event

By Zoya Babicheva

On Friday, October 26th, there was an event for RCI’s Best Buddies club in the cafeteria after school, where everyone dressed up, played games, danced, and more. It was fun for everyone, and the buddies really enjoyed themselves.

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Book Review: The Confession by John Grisham

By Ana Downes

In 1998, a man named Travis Boyette abducts and murders a high school cheerleader named Nicole Yarber. He hides her body and watches as judges, police and lawyers sentence the wrong man to death row. Donté Drumm, a high school football star finds himself the main suspect and is convicted with absolutely no evidence but a confession – a confession extracted after hours of mental abuse in an isolated interrogation room, as well as off-record threats from the police.  Continue reading “Book Review: The Confession by John Grisham”