Articles by Sukaina J.

Sukaina Jamil is a grade 12 student at J. Clarke Richardson and editor-in-chief of the school newspaper, Eye on the Storm.


Trending Ten of 2016 : Omar Iqbal

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 10 exceptional students that are profiled here as part of our new series:…


The Impact of ‘Humans of New York’ on Society

“HONY is one of the only things keeping people from getting lost in the matrix.”- New York City inhabitant Almost everyone with an account on Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook or Instagram has likely wondered what they would talk about if they were ever to come across popular photographer and storyteller, Brandon Stanton. His humanitarian work in…


Exciting New Yearbook Opportunity

Share your story. Share your pictures. The yearbook is used to summarize the events that take place throughout an entire school year. Many may say that it is a perfect way to represent the culture and lifestyle of the school it is made for. Unfortunately, some students occasionally feel as though they and their friends…


Winter Clothing Drive

The holiday season is all about giving back, and this is something the staff and students at Richardson excel in every school year. On December 7th, 2015, the newly renamed club Students without Borders did their share in providing for those in need by launching their first ever winter clothing drive called “Threads for Teens”….


Hope for the Holidays

The warm feeling you get after helping someone in need is one of the best parts of the holiday season. This school year, J. Clarke Richardson’s Student Government ran the annual Hope for the Holidays campaign.  During this event, our school worked with the Durham Children’s Aid Society and sponsored two families in need to help them…


The Prime Ministers!

Eye on the Storm recently had a chance to sit down with our school’s Student Government Prime Ministers, Hajra Naeem and Chankalee Samarasinghe. The two students were more than happy to answer our questions after one of their weekly Monday meetings. EYE ON THE STORM: What were your previous positions in Student Government? Samarasinghe: Well… Thursdays after school in the library. New Members Welcome Anytime!