Articles by Lana Wehbeh

I am a Grade 9 student who loves to write, read, and share my stories and opinions with others!


Trending Ten of 2019: Jasmine Jagmohan-Singh

J. Clarke Richardson Collegiate is full to the brim with extraordinary students with many different passions. The staff at Eye on the Storm has decided that these students deserve to be recognized for their hard work and talent.  Explore the lives of these exceptional students who are profiled here as part of our new series:…

Voices of the Storm – Episode 1

Hello everyone and welcome to the very first podcast of Voices Of The Storm. In this series, the newspaper club will cover school events, news, and more importantly, current media! Our first episode features Lana Wehbeh and Daniel Persaud discussing new films such as John Wick 3, End Game (no spoilers!) and all these new Disney…

Student Voices On The Recent Walkout

On Thursday April 4th, some J. Clarke Richardson students staged a walkout to protest Premier Doug Ford’s new policies. This was not a school-sponsored event and students left school during lunch to participate. A second walkout occurred later but with less traction and attendance. In our ongoing effort to represent the student voice, Eye on…

Three Reasons To Care About French

Did you know J. Clarke Richardson has a French Club? The French Club meets every Thursday after school to practice, read, and learn about French. They do everything from games and community circles, to French songs and art. Unfortunately, French class is often viewed as a chore or a ‘good riddance’ type of subject. I…

CROSSING AFRICA: Mario Rigby’s Journey

What would you do if money was not an object, if family and friends were not an influence?  That was one of the many questions that J. Clarke Richardson students contemplated on October 27 during Mario Rigby’s presentation at our school. Who is Mario Rigby? He is one man who decided to trek across Africa…

Halloween and Cultural Appropriation

Now that October 3lst has arrived, many of us are rushing to get our costumes ready.  Halloween is definitely one of my favourite times of the year. After all, who doesn’t like dressing up and free candy? Although it is finally spooky season, it is important to stay safe and also respectful with the costumes…

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