By Remington Ross
Have you ever been texting someone and couldn’t understand if the message they sent was serious or meant to be a joke? Well, there’s a solution: tone indicators. Tone indicators are mainly used by neurodivergent people who have difficulty understanding tone, but they’re becoming more widespread by the day.
Continue reading “Tone Indicators”
By Jasmine Miljure
No one likes to be stuck inside because of bad weather (well, almost no one). What’s even worse, is when you’ve got nothing to do. This seems to be a problem especially when bad days come one after the other and you find yourself running out of ideas as to how you’ll waste time. Well, here’s a few ideas for what to do when being outside isn’t much of an option. All of which are costless or pretty cheap if you pull your cards right.
Continue reading “How to Beat the Weather Without Breaking the Bank”
Attention all you lovely single pringles! Don’t let all those lovey-dovey couples rub their special day in your face. It’s time to take back the night and celebrate the strongest love of all; friendship! Here are 3 fantastic ways to up your palentines’ day itinerary. ?. Palentines’ day cards This classic Valentine’s tradition has now been taken over by the friendship train! Make fun and … Continue reading 3 Fun Ways to Spend your Palentines’ Day
While the holidays are great for relaxation and spending time with your family, sometimes relaxing all day can get a bit boring. Of course, that doesn’t mean you’re wishing for the holidays to end any sooner — no, you just kinda wish there was something fun to do over the break while you still can. Luckily for you, here are just a few holiday fun … Continue reading Happy Holidays!
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
Halloween Costumes for the Signs! Aries (March 21 – April 20): Cat Taurus (April 21 – May 21): Left Shark Gemini (May 22 – June 21): HULK Cancer (June 22 – July 22): Slimeman Leo (July 23 -August 21): Cowboy Virgo (August 22 – September 23): Minions Libra (August 22 – September 23): Donald Trump Scorpio (October 24 – November 22): Devil Sagittarius (November 23 – December 22): Elsa from Frozen Capricorn (December 23 … Continue reading Halloween Horoscope
Every year since 2010 Richview students and teachers have participated in the Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation’s Inside Ride. This event is Canada’s first indoor cycling challenge and fundraising event dedicated to raising monies in support of families and children with cancer. 100 % of all (receiptable) donations is distributed where the needs are greatest, including funding of oncology camps, community support programmes, research … Continue reading The Inside Ride: Saints Raising Money for Kids with Cancer
By William Westaway On March 17th, 34 Richview students and three of their teachers returned from a 12 day long trip to Western Europe. Visiting a total of three countries (France, Belgium and the Netherlands), countless monuments, sites and cities, the trip was a resounding success. On March 6th, the group left Toronto for Schiphol Airport, in Amsterdam. Led by Mr. Nunes, a former resident … Continue reading Richview Students Return from Western Euro Trip
By Alexandria McLean The end of the school year is nearing and that can only mean one thing; the dreaded season of exams and summatives. This time of the year is nerve racking for everyone. Grade 12 students are praying they get into their first choice university. Grade 9 students are nervous to write their first exams, and Grade 10s and 11s are just trying … Continue reading Top 5 Apps For Summative Season