Although I can’t say that I’m particularly excited to return to school, I am just a little bit eager to see what the new term will bring. Continue reading Back to Class, Back to Clubs, Back to School!
As we move into the middle of July, many children and teens are gearing up to return to school, many of which will be in-person (finally!). Catherine offers some advice for incoming freshmen to make the most of their year! Continue reading Advice for High School Freshmen/Ninth Graders from a Junior
The word disability is defined in the dictionary as “a physical, mental, cognitive, or developmental condition that impairs, interferes with, or limits a person’s ability to engage in certain tasks or actions or participate in typical daily activities and interactions”. There are a variety of different disabilities that exist in the world, but nowhere in the definition of a disability does it state that having a disability makes you completely different. Continue reading Why Reverse Integration Programs Are the Next Step to Full Integration
“Are Asians POC?” While this question might be exceedingly straightforward to Asians and other minorities, the answer may not be so cookie-cutter for individuals who do not fully understand the true meaning of racism, and what it means to be discriminated against. Continue reading Are Asians POC? The truth behind Asians in North America
Discover COVID-19 and the issues associated with it from a younger perspective in the form of poetry. Continue reading The Screen Disease
Today, Sunday, March 8, 2020, is a very special day honouring a very strong and resilient group of individuals: women. Continue reading A Girl’s Perspective on International Women’s Day 2020