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51 things to do in 2021

Bucket lists are a great medium to document and motivate yourself on a concrete path to self-improvement throughout the year, and what’s a better start than refining your skills or diving right into a new hobby? It is easy to get lost among the wandering currents of society, but bucket lists are here to remind…

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Fiction: “Unexpected Places” – Part 4

AUTHOR’S NOTE: The following is a weekly series that will be continued throughout most of the year. This story is completely fictional and none of the events in this story are real. I hope you enjoy the story! I entered the school and gave the place a good long stare. It’s finally time to find…

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Drumming Up A Storm

On February 19, 2020, students at J. Clarke Richardson Collegiate received a special treat in the form of a musical assembly. Babarinde ‘Baba’  Williams, a musician and drummer, led the assembly. As a drummer, Williams’ career is impressive, having played in a variety of groups and even with Nelson Mandela. He is the CEO and…

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Pink Shirt Day 2020 Event

Writer’s Note: What is pink shirt day? If you have forgotten or need a refresher, pink shirt day was a movement created by Canadian students who decided to stand up for a student getting bullied for wearing a pink shirt. These two students decided to stand up to the bully by also wearing pink and…

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The New Console Generation: The PlayStation 5

The new year has arrived and with that follows the new releases of video games. This year, we get the release of Sony’s new console, the Playstation 5. With the start of this year, the current console generation between PlayStation and Xbox comes to an end bringing upon us the new generation. Both Sony and…

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DEFINING SUCCESS: An Interview With Mrs. Gray

Shakespearian scandals and how particles behave when someone flails their arms. Grade twelve students must consider such things as well as their entire future. ‘Overwhelming’ is quite an understatement when it comes to the last year of high school. One of the best ways to cope is to have a conversation with Mrs. Gray, the…

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Terry Fox Run 2019

The 2019 Terry Fox run at J. Clarke Richardson was an exciting and lively event with students and teachers taking part in the community school walk. This was our school’s 18th year of doing the Terry Fox Run.   As explained by “TerryFox.org”, at the young age of 18, Terry Fox was diagnosed with bone cancer…

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Cyrodraken Boreas – Canada’s Newest Discovery

The excitement of the Earth’s history has been reawakened this September with the discovery of an entirely new species of dinosaur in Canada’s very own Alberta.  Fantasy, dinosaur, and reptile enthusiasts alike have been pouring over the news of the Cyrodraken Boreas, as the new pterosaur has been named for its resemblance and shared attributes…

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