Stress Management Tips for the High School Graduate

Ethel Sing, Staff Writer

June 21, 2013

Filed under Student Life

According to studies such as the latest Stress in America survey, the current generation that seems to be affected by stress the most would be young adults. Considering societal similarities, it’s safe to assume that this is...

Online Applications

Olivia Bult, Staff Writer

June 20, 2013

Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

You would think that when finding a potential employee for your business there would be a long list of things to look for: someone who is professional, level-headed, articulate, friendly, mature and over all tolerable- almost...

Day One

Day One

June 18, 2013

How to Appreciate Yourself More

Nina Pham-Do, Staff Writer

June 15, 2013

Filed under Student Life

Everyone is hard on themselves because society has expectations laid out for us all and rules we’re told to uphold.  Most of the time, however we get too caught up in trying to appease others, that we don’t have time for our...

Dorkey Yearbook Write-Ups

Morgan Fitz-Gerald, Staff Writer

June 7, 2013

Filed under Opinions, Student Life

Writing in people’s yearbooks is so difficult. You try to write something intimate and end up saying something stupid like ‘Have a great summer’. Wow, that’s so original. You’ve known these people for five whole years...

The Boston Marathon and Social Media

Laura Foreman

June 1, 2013

Filed under Student Life, World Issues

If there is a huge disaster somewhere in the world, it will show up in social media. The Boston Marathon comes to mind when I think of news travelling quickly on the internet. First, the horrific news reaches everyone around the...

Hidden Scars

Maham Shahid, Writer

March 10, 2013

Filed under Student Life, World Issues

        The meaning of self-harm according to the Merriam Webster dictionary is “the deliberate non-suicidal injuring to one’s body.” But what is self-harm, really? It comes in many forms and can be really damaging t...

What if you got a zero on your assignment?

Preetpal Tumber, writer

June 19, 2012

Filed under Student Life

At Ross Sheppard High School in Edmonton, a 61 year old teacher with 35 years of experience, Lynden Dorval, was suspended because he gave zeros on assignments. This, according to the school rules, is not allowed, but Dorval didn’t agree with the policy. He believed givi...

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