Elon Musk is Time Magazine’s Person of the Year for 2021. Is this a bad thing? Many of the world’s critics think so. The Guardian opens its piece on Musk with the following:
“Time magazine’s decision to make Tesla billionaire Elon Musk its person of the year for 2021 has been criticized because of his attitude to tax, opposition to unions and playing down the dangers of Covid.” – The Guardian “Naming Elon Musk person of the year is Time’s ‘worst choice ever’, say critics.”
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Angel answers the question…
“School is really stressful and I don’t know how to manage my time. It’s been 2 weeks and I’m already so behind. What do I do??? – Ahhhhh”
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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.
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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.
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By Benny Streeter
Gusts of autumn wind grace your ankles as the dark-red leaves blow by, you sit in tranquility with a clear mind and a warm heart. This is the effect of a perfect October film. The complete immersion in a story that is told during the most romantic month of the year, the smile that finds its way to you through the thoughts of happier times. Many may ignore the opportunity to enjoy October films as much as I do but the passion I hold is in no way exclusive.
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It’s just a joke. Words are strange. They can mean so much but be said so fast. They can form feelings, stories, and patterns. We’ve all heard it. The jokes. Not a knock-knock joke, or a dad joke. No. The Jokes. “That’s so gay” “You are so retarded” “You guys are cancer” “What a Schizo” Those ones. The ones that when confronted, end with the recurring … Continue reading It’s Just A Joke.
I can distinctly remember the day I started watching Skam because it was the day after the American presidential election. I guess I was in some sort of shock so I distracted myself from those feelings by starting a new TV show, as I usually do. Little did I know that would be the day I’d become crazily obsessed with a Norwegian teen drama. I … Continue reading Skam and its International Appeal
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
Richview is offering an amazing travel experience, full of learning opportunities and incredible sights Our goal isto provide Richview students with cross-curricular and career opportunities by observing how the disciplines in science, math, history and the arts have influenced Western industry and culture. We will also experience firsthand how Europe’s entrepreneurial spirit has been utilized, enabling them to become world leaders in fashion, business, photography, culinary … Continue reading Welcome to London, Paris,Rome and Florence! March Break 2015