By Kasie Tran
Throughout the month of May, the Asian Heritage Club has taken the time to have a meet every Friday and come up with ideas on how to represent the Asian community. When people think of Asia, most think of East Asia – China, Japan, Korea. This is mostly fine, but we sometimes forget that Asia is a large continent that includes South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Central Asia. The Asian Heritage Club does an amazing job at representing every Asian community.
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By Sathya Siva
What do you think of when you hear the word saint? Do you think of high-school? A football team? How about a public school logo? Yeah, I didn’t think so. When I think of a saint, I think of a ‘holy person’ depicted in Christianity who is supposedly ‘close to God’. So is our school logo promoting Christianity?
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By Lauren Olszaniecki
Richview’s 30-year-old science labs have got to go. More specifically, the stools, lamented by students of all ages, genders and sizes. Even teachers agree that the science labs’ stools are one of the worst parts of teaching. I’ve learned that a significant part of the science department’s limited budget is spent on getting new stools to replace broken ones.
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Hear ye, hear ye! The 2015/2016 year has come to an end but we can’t leave without looking back on all of the great memories made through out the year! The success of Asylum the Richview’s drama production, the exciting events of Friday Night Lights, the first girls Friday Night Lights, the inside ride, the annual fiesta in the cafeteria, the New York trip, and … Continue reading That’s a Wrap!
Have you been wondering why teachers have become so lazy all of a sudden that they can’t even bring down the attendance? Why they refuse to write report card comments? Why we have had our late starts stolen from us? Some of it might be teachers slacking off, but in the bigger scheme of things, they are fighting for freedom. In short, teachers aren’t being … Continue reading No Attendance, No Voice
The Syrian civil war forced millions of people to flee their homes and seek new settlements in foreign countries. For Canadians, what sparked the sudden urge to help resettle the refugees to Canada was a photograph of Alan Kurdi dead on a Turkish beach – the Syrian child and his family were trying to escape from the war in Syria. It had appeared that the … Continue reading Liberals Create a Plan in Efforts to Help Bring Syrian Refugees to Canada
I don’t like to vent. I see it as a selfish release of thoughts with no care about how people will react. But it’s something that people do anyways, and it’s exactly what a person can use every once and a while to let things off their chest. For me, this is that time. This is a website for following the latest news about the … Continue reading Venting
High school is where a lot of us make the friends that we keep for life and it is also where we develop our own study habits which stay with us for the rest of our lives. Just like many other habits, the sooner you start practicing and developing them, the higher the chance is that you will continue them. With education and studying, it … Continue reading Study Tips & How to be Successful in High School
Hey guys, today I am going to share some input and my personal thoughts on Black Ops 3. As one of the most anticipated games that came out this November it had a lot of competition like Fallout 4, Halo 5 and Star Wars Battlefront. Activision came out with Black Ops 3 saying it is the future of shooter games. Call of Duty fans … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why to Buy Call of Duty Black Ops 3