Articles by Suveka

Suveka is one of the student journalists in Eye On The Storm! She also participates in other clubs and activities that involves enjoyment and change within the school community and also tends to stick with writing articles on school events!


SPOTLIGHT ON ELECTIVES: Hairstyling and Aestetics

In 2017, J. Clarke Richardson Collegiate launched a new elective course known as Hairstyling and Aesthetics. This popular course, open to all genders, has been getting a lot of attention within the school community recently. The course is taught by Mrs.Tran, a teacher who is a specialist on cosmetology. The course teaches aspects of hairstyling…


Cultures of Richardson’s Annual International Day

Last December, COR (also known as Cultures of Richardson), successfully ran their annual “International Day” promoting the various cultures in our school. The club has created many important ways to empower cultures within the school community but this has to be one of the biggest and most successful ways. Cultures of Richardson is a club,…


Lest We Forget

For many of us, war is an occurrence often seen through the lens of a movie, show, book or even listening to your family members’ real life experiences. However, even through such family history, photographs, uniforms, badges, medals and diaries that you would typically see online, we sometimes don’t fully understand the importance of what…


Because I’m a girl!

COR members have successfully run the ‘Because I’m a Girl’ campaign at J. Clarke Richardson, promoting the empowerment of women. They have created a ‘Because I’m a Girl’ banner, sold flower pins, brooches, baked goods and fundraised more than two-hundred dollars in two days. COR, Cultures of Richardson, is a club at J. Clarke Richardson…


Music Marathon 2016

On Tuesday, October 25th, 2016, J. Clarke Richardson held their annual Music Marathon for a total of 6 hours. The Music Marathon, if you don’t know, is a celebration of musical arts that takes place across Canada. According to one of the teacher contributors, Ms. Prohaska, “It’s a good balance between the music courses that… Thursdays after school in the library. New Members Welcome Anytime!